Unusual fruit you never knew existed

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-8 1. RoyalNorwegian commented 6 years ago

I watched this high.
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+8 2. huldu commented 6 years ago

Thanks for this video, I thought I knew more than I did, never seen or heard about many of those fruits.
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+2 3. tradewinds commented 6 years ago

Unusual fruit I never knew existed? That's a little presumptuous. I have 3 of these growing in my back yard and the rest I can get at my local Farmers Market.
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+9 4. Serious commented 6 years ago

Of course we don't know them. They are exotic and looks too weird for us to import. But imo some of them look delicious though :D
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+4 5. IllusionsPlay commented 6 years ago

Ok, let me just update my bucket list. :D
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+4 6. Gondy10 commented 6 years ago

2:35 is my favorite..
It is called Chikoo here in the Philippines and in case you want to taste it you can buy this:
http://www.mylondondairy.com/mobile/premium-chikoo.htm

Enjoy..
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+1 7. nokster commented 6 years ago

I have these here in my island too (Terceira Island - Azores).
They are very delicious!!
There is another variety that is a little bit smaller:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Psidium_cattleianum
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+1 8. MindTrick commented 6 years ago

I was all "yay" until the last one... I think i would have to man up for that one...
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-1 9. drunkmonk commented 6 years ago

Manilkara zapota looks very similar to my favorite fruit in the whole wide world - if you have a change try it -- Mamey Sapote. (Outside South and Central America they grow it in Florida)
Tried it in Costa Rica. Tastes like Russian honey cake - internet knows it as medovik.
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-1 10. Rigel commented 6 years ago

he talks like he's translating from another language
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0 11. evil666 commented 6 years ago

Most of the fruits can also be found in the Philippines... probably brought by people on their way to Spice Island (Malacca) about hundreds of years ago...

Here are the local names:
1. Guava - bayabas
2. Hog Plum - sinegwelas
3. Caimito - also kaimito
4. Naranjilla - we dont have that here
5. Maracuya - passion fruit
6. Granadilla - i dont know the actual name here but we have the small variety of this.. they usually grow in the wild
7. Nespero - chiko
8. Noni - also noni