I've cooked them and eaten them raw, have both large and small varieties, have tried them firm and quite ripe. They taste great initially, but the aftermath is terrible. I can't really find much in the way of reasoning for this... off to get my Harold McGee book off the shelf, but does anyone know how to remedy this? Thanks!!
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