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  • Grown in Morro Bay, this exotic 'citrus caviar' pops in your mouth

    Shanley Farms in Morro Bay grows exotic fruit, including the finger lime, a rainforest shrub that produces a microcitrus with a pearl-like flesh that looks like beads of caviar — "the coolest thing I've ever seen," said farmer Jim Shanley. He plans to sell individual jars of the Citriburst finger lime pearls, described as “citrus caviar.”

Shanley Farms in Morro Bay grows exotic fruit, including the finger lime, a rainforest shrub that produces a microcitrus with a pearl-like flesh that looks like beads of caviar — "the coolest thing I've ever seen," said farmer Jim Shanley. He plans to sell individual jars of the Citriburst finger lime pearls, described as “citrus caviar.” David Middlecamp The Tribune
Shanley Farms in Morro Bay grows exotic fruit, including the finger lime, a rainforest shrub that produces a microcitrus with a pearl-like flesh that looks like beads of caviar — "the coolest thing I've ever seen," said farmer Jim Shanley. He plans to sell individual jars of the Citriburst finger lime pearls, described as “citrus caviar.” David Middlecamp The Tribune

Morro Bay farm grows the unexpected: coffee beans, dragon fruit and limes that look like caviar

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