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  • Another fruit that flopped was the naranjilla, also known as the lulo.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • My sort-of-challenge was directed at "lulo" but this sounds interesting.


  • Then the "John L" guy later copypasted the whole chunk from that "lulo" post, including Gavin's correction - without indicating the source.


  • Most of the serious readers here do look at cites, and I think it's obvious the "lulo" person was doing a typically "lulo" misattribution.


  • Dr. Pielke, the quote is of something written by "lulo" slightly earlier in the thread - numbered 130:


  • Doing a 'find' in this thread for the disputed string locates the origin of the error by "lulo"


  • But people do that kind of thing all the time, claiming some eminent scientist supports their wacko notions hoping nobody reads them - most of us here do check claimed sources, and know "lulo" as quite unreliable.


  • "lulo" said he liked your paper, claiming it as support for lulo's statement - not attributing it to you verbatim.


  • Or some sort of lulo custard, eminently repeatable.

    Around the Colombian family’s kitchen table « Unknowing

  • What is the best way to highlight the tartness in a lulo or the variety of flavors in soy?

    The Sorcerer’s Apprentices


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  • Solanum quitoense, naranjilla.

    December 28, 2010