Persimmons are often given as good luck gifts this time of year. When raw and unripe, they practically beg you not to eat them, making your mouth feel like it's covered in a cashmere sweater. When ripe, persimmons are a mushy mess. Yet Sáša Woodruff reports that there is a way to turn the persimmon from dire to sublime. Learn more on the Good Food blog. Woodruff's piece comes to us thanks to KCRW's Independent Producer Project.
Music: "Días y Flores" by Silvio Rodríguez