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    1. Oh yes, fig jam is lovely. If I have enough figs I make jam but if we have a late heavy frost, I have lots of figs but they don’t get ripe in time.

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    1. Fig trees normally give loads of figs, in hot countries like Spain and Italy they give 3 harvests a year, the first harvest starts growing before Christmas but in a very cold Winter most of them don’t survive, the second harvest is now, and the 3rd is in a month or so but they never ripen here in Belgium.

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    1. No ???Are they not for sale in your supermarket ? I think they are pretty tasteful when they are fresh and ripe, the dried ones I am not so fond of.

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