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Simple, healthy, nutritious and the orange juice really did prevent the other fruit from browning.

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eatrealfood January 28, 2010

Delish! I made as directed, omiting the sugar and adding a few strawberries. This is very adaptable as other reviewers said, adding what ever fruits are on hand. Although we had this with Perch Fajitas with Pineapple Salsa Perch Fajitas With Pineapple Salsa for supper, this is also a great breakfast/brunch fruit salad! Thanks for sharing this keeper which we will be having often!

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ellie_ May 20, 2006

Easy enough for the kids to make, pretty enough to serve to company! We've been making variations of this, depending on what we have ~ kiwis, strawberries, and blueberries are all great additions. My daughters 'jazz' theirs up, lol, by using cinnamon-sugar instead of plain sugar.

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winkki October 30, 2005

I prepare many variations of this said based on what ingredients I have on hand. Today, I used Granny Smith apples, red grapes and mandarin oranges. I hit the apples and bananas with a squeeze of lime before tossing everything together and loved the tartness. I omitted the sugar. Thanks for posting an extremely adaptable recipe.

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Ms B. October 30, 2005

Nice easy fruit salad. For me the grapes to the rest ratio was a little off. I would have liked more apple I think. But the taste was great and it was super easy. Thanks for something yummy to have with our veggie burgers tonight!

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ladypit July 19, 2005

Delicious combination of fruits!

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Cactus Arm March 11, 2005

This was very simple to make. I did't have grapes and it was still good, but would probably be better (and prettier) with the green grapes. The bananas did not start to get soft until the third day and neither the apples or bananas turned brown. I actually poured a little orange juice on them, stirred, coating them well, then drained off most of the extra juice. This was really tasty. Thak you for sharing your Grandmother's recipe with us newspapergal!

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Junebug January 18, 2005
Refreshing Fresh Fruit Salad