This amazing fruit, also known as a custard apple, is packed with sweet pulp and seeds. The white pulp of the fruit is sweet and can be used to make ice cream, desserts, and fruit salads. This lumpy and rough-textured fruit is native to South America, Asia, and other parts of the world.
This green has a distinctive spiral shape. This green leafy vegetable with a nutty flavor and texture can be cooked or eaten raw in salads.
Jaboticaba or Guapuru (Plinia cauliflora), also known as Brazilian vine, Jabotica, Guaperu, Hivapuru, Sabará, or Ybapuru, is a small fruiting tree native to Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Pachyrhizus erosus, also known as jicama or sweet pea, is a Fabaceae plant. Its tuber is widely consumed, particularly in Mexico, Central America, and Southeast Asia. It has the appearance of a light brown bulb but is not one. Its skin cannot be eaten.
Citrus maxima, also known as Pamplemoussier in French, is a species of fruit tree in the Rutaceae family. It is native to Southeast Asia, where it has been cultivated for over 4,000 years for its fruit.
Dragon fruit, also known as pitaya, pithaya, or pitahaya in Spanish, is the fruit of various hemiepiphytic cacti, specifically those of the species Selenicereus undatus. Pitaya is the most commonly used name on the stalls.
The teardrop-shaped fruit from Jamaica may appear odd, but its delicious flavor more than makes up for it. This tasty Jamaican fruit has a flavor profile similar to tangerine and grapefruit. This delicious fruit can be eaten alone or mixed into juices and salads.