Wow this is such a great story! I love how you told your getting into a noni empire... and I'm sure you miss it. Must have been a great adventure of trial and error.

And this is amazing:

a fruit whose fermented juice tastes a bit like blue cheese

I do like stinky cheese!

Thanks for the post


      THANKS! Okay, I have miserably failed as a noni salesmen 👨‍💼 with this post, but the post itself has been mildly successful. We aim to be stinking 👃 up our landlord's house very soon with some jars of fermenting noni. We just have to make sure she is okay with it first.

Haha, I'm still sold on it because I like vinegar type things and I've been loving the whole fermented foods and drinks thing that been happening again!

Apparently in Cambodia, noni reached it peak of hipness in the late 1990's, and that's when everybody was planting trees like crazy. Now it's out of fashion and there are so many abandoned huge trees to pick full of fruit.

Funny how fashions work. 30 years is a good number for a fruit tree to grow!

I hope your landlady likes the idea!

The jury is still out on that one.