Thanks for your interest in my fruits and veggies, ha. There are three forms for each type and there’s a location involved also:
On a treadmill inside a door are 3 “yellow corn” items. Traveling from left to right along the tread. 1) corn on the stalk, 2) corn meal in a sack, 3) cornbread on a plate. Next in that room is a desk and on the desk (left to right) are rows of yellow bell peppers growing, next is a slice of yellow bell pepper lying flat like a cops badge, and finally, on the floor next to the desk, is a bowl of chopped yellow bell peppers.
On the floor in front of a TV is a cow made of mango (Mr. Potato Head style), then to the right of that is a mango pit, then a glass of mango lassi on a bookshelf. Next comes 3 distinct forms of butternut squash, then 3 forms of pumpkins, 3 variations of orange bell peppers, to tangerines to gala apples to tomatoes to radishes, strawberries, beats, red onions, cabbage and so forth around the color wheel, ending up with celery (which is green tending back toward yellow).
So, really there are only 22 types of fruits/veggies but each comes in 3 forms for a total of 66. The general color progression works around the color wheel with yellow moving toward red toward blue, to green to yellow.
Green bell peppers lead to sno peas to green grapes to celery with he bell peppers being obviously more blue and the celery more toward yellow. So I start with corn and end with celery and there’s a distinct form of a fruit or veggie for each book of the Bible.
Later I added a location journey of 66 different buildings, one for each book of the Bible.
The book of Ephesians, for example, is a string of blueberries strung like a rope or necklace (it’s on a bed). Ephesians 6:12 is wrestling not against flesh and blood but against powers. The person associated with number six (for me) wrestles with the rope of blueberries using the item associated with the number 12 person to indicate it’s verse 12.
Since the book of Ephesians now also has a building location, I could have the action take place there but it’s easier to just wrestle with the blueberry rope for that verse. I ended up with TWO locations for each book of the Bible owing to my haphazard self-devised system that required (I thought) expansion. Fruit and veggies can go anywhere.
The book of John, for example, was originally red cabbage on a staircase but there’s not a lot of room there, so now I also have a building dedicated to the book of John. I can use the cabbage alone or in either location or I can leave the cabbage off if I don’t need it.
I think taste, color and texture will all help me. I’m certainly open to any suggestions!!!
Your grocery store idea sounds good to me. If they move stuff then I’d just have to remember where it used to be. It’d be my very own grocery store. I like the idea of full price, sale and store brand. It’s a great way to expand and it reminded me of my own 3-styles of one fruit/veggie.