Rose apple
Rose apple (Sizigium yamboz, Malabar plum, Chompu, Chmphū̀, Rose apple, Chom-poo). It is actively grown in the region of its origin - in the countries of Southeast Asia, especially a…

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Pepino
Pepino (Melon Pear, Sweet Cucumber, Solanum muricatum) is a shrub native to South America, where it is mainly grown and also cultivated in New Zealand. Quite large rounded fruits weighing…

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Pepino
Pepino (Melon Pear, Sweet Cucumber, Solanum muricatum) is a shrub native to South America, where it is mainly grown and also cultivated in New Zealand. Quite large rounded fruits weighing…

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Ambarella

Ambarella (Apple Citra, Otaheite-apple, Tahitian quince, Polynesian plum, Yellow plum, Spondias dulcis, Sweet Mombin – not to be confused with Purple Mombin). The birthplace of this tree is the numerous islands of the Pacific Ocean in Polynesia and Melanesia, from where the plant spread west to the tropical regions of America, as well as east to Australia, Southeast Asia, Sri Lanka, India and a little to Africa; later, the ambarella was grown on the islands of the Caribbean and brought to the tropical countries of the Atlantic coast of America.The ambarella fruits are oval (they resemble plums in shape, hence the pair of “pseudonyms” of this fruit – Polynesian plum or yellow plum), not very large, six to nine centimeters in length, grow in clusters. The skin is smooth, thin and stiff; in unripe fruits, it is green; in ripe fruits, it thickens and becomes golden yellow, the same color and flesh.

The pulp is fibrous, juicy, crunchy, sour, aroma and taste some people slightly resembles an unripe pineapple. Particular care should be taken with the bones! They are simply dotted with bent thorns, up to 1 centimeter long, so sometimes they penetrate the flesh of the fruit, and such “surprises” from 1 to 5 in each fruit.

Excellent jams, jelly, marmalade and juice are made from the ambarella, but it is still better to eat it raw. You can still use green, then there will be more sourness. In addition to fruits, leaves are also eaten – raw (like a street snack) or boiled / stewed with meat / fish, as well as in soups.

Ambarella is rich in proteins and fats, supports the immune system in good shape, is very useful for the digestive system and even contributes to faster healing of wounds.

Avara
Avara (Avarra, Tukum, Awara, Wara, Awarra, Tucum, Tucumã-do-Pará). This palm tree is actively cultivated in the north of the South American continent in countries such as Brazil, Suriname, Guyana, Guiana.…

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Bail
Also known under other names: Aegle marmelos, stone apple (stone apple), limonia acidissima, feronia elephantum, feronia limonia, hesperethusa crenulata, elephant apple, monkey fruit, curd fruit. It is very widespread in…

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Chrysophillum or Star Apple
Star apple fruits are round or oval up to 10 cm in diameter. The peel is thin, smooth from green to purple or brown, depending on the variety. Under the…

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Abacashi
Abacashi (Abacaxi) is mainly grown in Brazil. Most readers, looking at a photograph of the fruit, will say that this is just pineapple and it has long been no longer…

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