Kashi Go Lean with these. From vines in my yard. We are lucky to have these all over our yard, but I can't pick a lot of them since most of them also have poison ivy nearby. I'm already covered with it thanks to Miss Miko (aka Poison Ivy Butt) and I can't take anything thanks to my liver problems. I spent my growing up years covered in poison ivy thanks to playing in the woods too- so I already know that I'm horribly allergic to it, and know that not much works with me. I just try my best to keep it to a dull roar. [As a side note, while working as a Vet Tech I used to get it between my boobs all the time while holding dogs because I'd get fur down there thanks to the scrub tops V-necks and my bra would keep the fur there all day.] Anyway it doesn't bother me one bit since the squirrels and birds love them too. I don't mind sharing. As it is, we didn't get any cherries this year, they were pretty small and I think they ripened during my surgery.
At the moment I'm a homemaker, no kids, but we have 2 pugs (Ted & Mabel), 4 Quaker birds (Ralph, Sunshine, Cricket & Dot and 4 cockatiels (Gracie, Buster, Godiva & Lex). I'm trying to lose weight, doing WW. I love all types of food, and I love to cook. I was a licensed Veterinary Technician for 8 years until a medical problem (liver cell adenomatosis) and the fact that I am highly allergic to cats finally took it's toll. My last job (right before my liver diagnosis actually) was as the Executive Chef at a local Make & Take meal place (Like Dream Dinners or My Girlfriends Kitchen). I'm working at Project Perry (www.projectperry.com) a parrot sanctuary (I started there owning just Buster and Gracie). I love it and wish they had enough money to pay me. :)