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Old 03-29-2009, 05:07 PM   #1
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does anyone have color values for fruits (SRM/L)? thanks
(it doesn't need to be exact, it's only for an estimation)

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This has been asked many times and it never gets a response. I think the consensus is, we don't know.

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I do know.

Oranges are orange

Raspberries a blue, purple, or red

Strawberries are red...

oh wait, I don't know either.

Sorry, it had to be done.

I don't think that fruits register on the SRM scale. They throw it out of wack.

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