pick your own figs
I don't know it you have a yard or not - but grab a cutting (Don't ask me what season to do this in I don't know anything about gardening) and get one started for yourself.
A friend put a couple in my parent’s back yard 20 years ago and every season except in the worst drought years we have so many we give them away to the neighbors.
It may take a couple of years before you are able to say you have too many figs . . .but man . . .when they start to come in, it is awesome.
One particularly hard winter the frost killed the “tree” that spring we pruned it to the ground when no buds appeared. By the end of the summer new branches had sprouted and we even had a dozen figs or so. Two years later we had virtually recovered a full harvest.
Our dog used to get up on her hind legs and pick off the low hanging one and eat them when they got ripe. You now that you have a special fruit when and insane golden retriever is fighting you for the harvest.