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  1. carlos
    February 18, 2014

    Many eggplant-lovers believe there are no different breeds of eggplants, only clines of eggplant phenotypes. “purple” and “white” eggplant are just social constructs. eggplant breeds are an imperialist social construct advanced by colonialist, oppressive German eggplants so they can remain the master breed over other eggplants. There is only one breed, the eggplant breed. Evil Nazi, German Eggplant supremacists are the only hateful ones that think otherwise.

    The argument that different eggplant races don’t exist is just a silly as this clap-trap on eggplant breeds. When you can prove to me that eggplant breeds don’t exist, you’ll earn a cookie.

    The real reason pundits and sophist hacks insist that “eggplant race does not exist” is because they really mean, “The white, Eggplant race does not exist.” They would never walk into a Purple eggplant village and tell the Eggplant, “your race does not exist.” The Eggplants would stomp them into soup meat. They would never walk into White Eggplant territory and tell them, “the White eggplant race does not exist.” The White eggplants would tie a 50-lb. rock around their neck and drop them down a well.

    But we know the real impetus of this anti-eggplant insanity is to convince white, Aryan eggplants they don’t exist, so they will not defend their nations from the mass immigration of hundreds of millions from the other gardens. It’s the United Nations program for genocide–slow, demographic extermination of white eggplant through forced, non-white eggplant immigration, while telling them, “race doesn’t exist.”

    White eggplants for EVERYBODY. It’s genocide. If you object to millions of purple eggplants invading your country, they call you a “racists.” But they are not anti-purple eggplant. They are anti-white eggplant. Anti-racist is a codeword for anti-white eggplant.

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    • Lucy
      June 18, 2014

      Carlos, your comment is stupid.

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    • Hahaha
      August 7, 2016

      Dude …. That was hilarious. Thank you for the unexpected entertainment while I was looking up how to cook an eggplant. Hope your day is as awesome to you as your comment was to me.

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    • Adriana Dey
      November 25, 2019

      I died laughing

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  2. Tera
    March 23, 2018

    I just ordered a bunch of far out eggplant seeds from Baker seed company. I ordered two types of Italian: Prosperosa and Rosa Bianca and two Middle Eastern ones for baba ganoush: Aswad Egyptian and the Syrian stuffing eggplant. I had a wonderful experience the first year I grew Hansel eggplant amd sliced them up, coated them with salt, pepper, and olive oil and grilled them. Where I live in Oregon, no one even knows what eggplant is and they are not popular. I feel like I have to teach the joys of eggplant. Looking forward to the ultimate eggplant parmigiana. And we had Egyptian baba ganoush from a good trailer when we had only known Israeli or Turkish baba ganoush. It was chunkier and had a very different spice mixture. It was awesome. My teenagers were fighting over it.

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