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  8. Mrs. Ann Briseno March 29, 2012 at 9:34 pm

    In South West Texas area, grows a used to flavor homemade Aserado Cheese.. I am told my husband’s native family the plant is called Trumpio. I am also told it grows well in sandy dry land, has blue / purple blooms and grows wild . I have not been able to find a listing for it on most Wildflower web sites. Can you help me obtain this plant or purchase seeds to grow myself. Also , I am diabetic. so can you give me a web site to purchase Misquite Flour or if it is sold in Dallas / Ft. Worth Texas area stores. Thank you.. Mrs. Briseno

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    1. Thanks Jennifer. I’ll forward this to Lydia. Deborah

      New comment on your post “Native Foods Make a Comeback in Southwest: KPBS > video with Lydia Vassar, Tucson mesquite folks, and me” > Author : Jennifer (IP: 64.60.28.98 , > 64-60-28-98.static-ip.telepacific.net) > E-mail : jpurcell@livingdesert.org > URL : > Whois : http://whois.arin.net/rest/ip/64.60.28.98

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