I'm not doing so hot at eating fruit every day, but I'm trying. I went to the fancy-schmancy grocery store while I was on the phone with my sister, and she picked quince out of their exotic fruits. I bought a not-very-pretty quince and learned that you can't eat it raw, because it's very bitter when raw. Quince is apparently an old-fashioned fruit that has fallen out of style. It has a high pectin content so it's ideal for jelly.
I washed it, sliced it thinly, and boiled the quince until it was very tender. Then I drained and mashed it. It's described as tasting like a cross between pear, apple, and pineapple, and I would say that's pretty accurate. It wasn't very sweet so I added some sugar. It was really good and I think I'll try eating stewed apples as breakfast sometimes because that's what this reminded me of. Warm and filling.