Who likes peaches better than nectarines ?
I love nectarines and wonder if anyone else prefers them, Do you like peaches or nectarines better ?
I have no idea what nectarines are, so I guess I'd go with peaches. ^^
both are pretty good. I dislike how peaches are fuzzy. I like to cut that part off. Peaches are definitely my favorite.
I rate them more than on the taste rather than the name, so I guess my answer is both.
I like peaches better but my husband likes nectarines. So I usually have a few of each in the crisper.
I like both Peaches & Nectarines the same, but if I eat a Peach I have to take the skin off as I hate the fuzzy feeling of it....
For me this is difficult. Whether I prefer peaches to nectarines will depend on the variety of the peaches. I prefer the yellow peaches to nectarines, but if it is one of the other varieties I prefer the nectarines to the peaches, if this makes any sense.
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