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  • 15 Most Unique Fruits Youve Never Heard Of

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    There are a ton of different fruit out there. You just need to branch off and realize that strawberries and apples aren't the only things out there! In fact, there are tastier, more nutritious fruits out there that can have you weak at the knees at first bite. From nutrient-packed, raspberry tasting red-bananas, to the fruit giving the chocolate industry a run for its money, here are 15 Most Unique Fruits You've Never Heard Of

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  • 5 Most UNIQUE Fruits Youve Never Heard Of!

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    We're all told to make sure we eat enough fruit in our diet to ensure we keep healthy, but it can be so boring eating the same things time and time again. Fortunately, there are countless fruits availablearound the world, so there are plenty to choose from. Coming in all shapes and sizes, you may think you know about what's on offer... but think again. With chocolate fragrances, hidden identities, and unusual flavors, let's take a look at 5 of the most unique fruits that you've never heard of!

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  • CRAZY Fruits You’ve Never Heard Of!

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    There are lots of crazy rare fruits out there that taste really amazing. Coming up are some crazy fruits you'd love to taste!
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  • 15 Expensive Fruits Only The Richest Can Afford!

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    Some say that fruit is nature’s candy. Okay, mom’s say that when they want you to eat an apple instead of a chocolate bar, but sometimes moms are right! Fruit is sweet, delicious and good for you, and usually it is pretty cheap. Usually! Did you know that there are some insanely expensive exclusive fruits out there that have rich people busting out the big bucks? That’s right,in today’s video, we are talking about 15 Expensive Fruits ONLY The Richest Can Afford! After you’re done watching this video, let us know what your favourite fruit is and how much you spend for a perfect piece of it!

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  • Top 10 Fruits Youve Never Heard Of Part 10

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    As we dig deep into what the world has to offer, we found fruits with unusual colors, tastes and shapes all coming up on this episode of Top 10 Fruits You’ve Never Heard of Part 10.

    10. Pineberry (Fragaria ananassa)
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    9. Kerson Fruit (Muntingia calabura)
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    8. Milk Apple - Star Apple (Chrysophyllum cainito)
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    7. Cascade Oregon-grape (Mahonia aquifolium)
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    6.Mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana)
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    5. Langsat (Lansium parasiticum)
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    4. Namnam fruit (Cynometra cauliflora)
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    3. Pacific Crap Apple (Malus fusca)
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    2. Borojo Fruit (Alibertia patinoi)
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    1. Porcelain Berry (Ampelopsis brevipedunculata)
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  • Top 10 Fruits Youve Never Heard Of Part 26

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    On this episode of Top 10 Fruits I bring you some of the most rare fruits out there as well as unusual variations of popular fruits.

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    9. Nephelium maingayi - Hairless rambutan
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    Trade Wind Fruit


    8. Golden Hairy Fig (Ficus Aurata )
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    7. Golden Nugget Mandarin (Citrus reticulata)
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    6. Shan Lian (Aphanamixis polystachya)
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    5. Peach Palm (Bactris gasipaes)
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    4.Hardy Tamarillo (Cyphomandra corymbiflora)
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    Trade Wind Fruits


    3. Pig Fruit (Hodgsonia macrocarpa)
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    2. Traveler’s Tree Fruit (Ravenala madagascariensis)
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  • Top 10 Tropical Fruits Youve Never Heard Of

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    Rare tropical fruits from around the world are often never exported. In today's video we'll cover the top 10 fruits you've never heard of. From amazing delicious tropical fruits to weird, gritty fruits growing in your own backyard we cover them all. It's important to remember that not all fruits look like fruits and you'll soon learn what I'm talking about.

    10. Salak Fruit - 0:12
    Salak fruit, also known as snake fruit, comes from a species of palm tree in south east asia. It gets it’s name from it’s scaly snake like appearance and is about the size of a fig. The outer shell and seed are inedible but the yellowish flesh is, which has the appear of a clove of garlic but tastes mostly sweet with a bit of sour and hints of pineapple and banana.

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    9. Buddha’s Hand - 0:30
    Buddha’s Hand is an abnormally shaped fruit that looks like the mixture of a squid and a lemon. It comes from a small tree or bush that originates from China and India, and has long been used as an ornamental fruit in ceremonies and gardens.

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    8. Wood Apple - 1:01
    Wood Apples, native to India, have the shape of an apple but appears to be made of wood. Wood Apples are reputed for their medicinal properties, which includes relief of constipation, diarrhea, indigestion and respiratory problems.



    7. Gac Fruit - 1:28
    Gac fruit, which originates in south east asian, is an orange to reddish colored fruit on the outside with a blood red inside that resembles bloody organs. Gac fruit is an incredibly rare fruit that is only harvested in December and January and often served at Vietnamese ceremonies and weddings.

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    6. Jabuticaba - 2:00
    Jabuticaba, is a grape like fruit that grows right out of the bark of the Jabuticababeira tree. Jabuticaba has anti cancer properties, can be used to treat swollen tonsils and is an effective treatment for asthma and diarrhea when dried out.

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    5. Lakoocha - 2:19
    Monkey fruit, is a highly nutritious fruit that comes from the Artocarpus Lacucha tree which is a species of the Moraceae family found in India. The best way to describe it is a mixture of sweet, sour, tangy with a citrus overtones.

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    4. Miracle Berry - 2:49
    Miracle Berry originates from west africa. It tastes very sweet but a little tart a lot lot like a peach or apricot. Miracle berry contains miraculin a protein that binds to the taste buds but becomes active when mixed with acids.

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    3. Strawberry Tree Fruit (Arbutus Unedo) - 3:19
    Strawberry tree fruit comes from an evergreen shrub that grows all over the world. It has a similar appearance to a strawberry but tastes bland, bitter, a little tart and gritty.


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    2. Hala Fruit - 3:37
    Hala fruit is a species of screwpine that is native to eastern Australia and Hawaii. Hala has a spherical core with up to 200 phalanges that grow outwards. Theses phalanges contain a very sweet juice, for this reason you would tend to chew on hala fruit vs. eat hala fruit.

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    1. Ackee Fruit - 4:16
    Ackee fruit is a member of the soapberry family as are longan and lychee. It has a very strong taste of …. you guessed it..cheddar cheese, what else would a rare tropical fruit taste like. The fruit is pear shaped that turns from green to red to orange then splits open to reveal 3 large black seeds.
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  • Top 10 Fruits Youve Never Heard Of Part 25

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    10. Bateekh Samara Melon
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    9. Dendrocnide meyeniana



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    8.Monodora myristica
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    6. Philippine Elephant Apple - Dillenia philippinensis
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    5.Wild Apricot (Ancylobothrys capensis)
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    4. Phaeanthus ophthalmicus
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    2. Trachyphrynium braunianum
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  • Top 10 Fruits Youve Never Heard Of Ep. 16 | 10 Unknown Fruits of Borneo

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    Borneo the 3rd largest island in the world is home to many unknown fruits most on this planet have never seen before.

    10. Trichosanthes beccariana
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    9. Dillenia indica - Elephant Apple
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    8. Antidesma bunius - Bignay
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    7. Glenniea philippinensis
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    6. Eleiodoxa conferta
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    5. Terminalia catappa
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    4. Garcinia dulcis
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    3. Ficus carrii
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    2. Litsea garciae
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  • Top 10 Fruits Youve Never Heard Of Part 5

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    The world is full bizarre and unique fruits. Familiar flavors you thought could never be mimicked are cleverly contained in a delicious fruit hanging right on the tree.

    10. Ice cream bean - 0:18
    This large bean isn’t what you’re expecting. This doesn’t taste like grandma’s green beans this amazing fruit tastes like vanilla ice cream. The ice cream bean grows on incredibly fast growing tree. The tree will begin to start producing the ice cream bean within 3 years of germination.

    9. Kelsey plum fruit - Green Plum - 1:24
    This heart shaped plum is a unique variety that is green. Originally a Japanese plum they are grown around the world where any normal variety of plum will grow. This plum tastes sweet, light and crisp with a slight amount of tart flavor near the peel.

    8. Peruvian Apple Cactus Fruit - 2:01
    The Peruvian Apple cactus is a columnar cactus that slowly grows to a height of 49 feet or 15 meters. Now you’d probably expect these fruits to be native to Peru but they aren’t, they’re actually native to Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay.

    7. Summer Punch Pluot - 2:50
    Deep purple with glints of blue on the outside, deep purply red on the inside the summer punch pluot has to be one of the most delicious stone fruits in the world. This hybrid mix of an apricot and a plum is easily distinguished by its deep purple color with blue and white specs that almost looks like the night sky wrapped around a fruit.

    6. Golden Kiwi - 3:29
    When it comes to taste this variety of kiwi is much sweeter with almost no tartness a green kiwi has. It’s very fruity, light and refreshing which goes well in a fruit salad. These kiwi’s are typically smaller than their fuzzy green counterparts.

    5. Green Mango - 4:23
    This mango may look like an unripe mango but it actually never changes color. For this reason it’s more difficult to figure out when it is ready to eat. These mangos will still soften and wrinkle like a normal mango so just look for those signs as well as black spots to see if it’s ripe.

    4. Che - 5:43
    This weird fruit is also known as Chinese Che, Chinese Mulberry, Cudrang, Mandarin Melon Berry and Silkworm Thorn.

    3. Egg Fruit - 6:45
    This fruit that grows to the size of your entire hand is also known as canistel, yellow sapote and Vietnam avocado. The tree that grows this unique fruit reaches 33 feet or 10 meter tree in size.
    The egg fruit will be very hard when it’s unripe but once it starts to ripen it’ll get soft quickly.

    2. Surinam cherry - 7:41
    This highly adaptable member of the Eugenia species of fruit, the surinam cherry is very distinctive with it’s red / orange coloring and unique bulbous ridges. This unique little fruit grows on a tree or shrub that reaches up to 25 feet or 7.5 meters tall.

    1. Peanut Butter Fruit - 8:52
    An uncommon and unique fruit for sure, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Colombia call this fruit home. This upright growing plant, produces multiple yellow flowers that'll turn into the peanut butter fruit. Each flower has 2 fruit that will grow from it. The tree itself grows to a height of 5 - 15 feet or 3 - 5 meters.

    10. Ice cream bean

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    9. Kelsey plum fruit - Green Plum

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    8. Peruvian Apple Cactus Fruit


    7. Summer Punch Pluot

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    6. Golden Kiwi

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    5. Green Mango
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    4. Che

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    3. Egg Fruit

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    2. Surinam cherry
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    1. Peanut Butter Fruit

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    10.King Coconut
    This football shaped yellow coconut is uncommon but delicious. Much sweeter than a normal coconut the king coconut is unique in that it doesn’t have a husk. Often referred to as ‘coconut for drinking’ the golden coconut is full of not only coconut water but milk as well. Grown primarily in south-east asia the king coconut is native to Sri-lanka.

    9. Pandanus conoideus - Red Fruit
    Looking like a giant cob or red corn, the Pandanus conoideus is a plant in the pandan family. Consumed primarily in papua indonesia, the locals call them buah merah or red fruit. It also goes by the names of screwpine, kuansu, buah merah, cokelate, oil pandan and red pandanus.

    8. Wanyi
    Predominantly grown in the wild forests of eastern Borneo, the wanyi fruit is larger than a mango with green to yellowish brown fruit with white flesh inside. Found also on the island of Bali this fruit is one that needs to sought out to be had as you won’t find this jungle fruit in the city.

    7. Velvet Apple
    This fuzzy fruit also known as butter fruit, mabolo or kamagong is native to the philippines. A close relative to the persimmon this fruit is varies between yellow to reddish brown. This fruit has a very creamy, edible flesh with a repulsive smell to it.

    6. Calligonum Junceum
    This Chinese bush fruit is so unknown that it doesn’t even have an English name. Grown on a perennial low growing shrub from 13 inches to 31 inches or 35 - 80 cm in height. This bush has small leaves, scraggly branches and a unique little fruit.

    5. Quince
    Once cultivated in ancient babylon, the quince was sacred to Aphrodite. It is said that Greek brides would chew a piece of quince before entering the bridal chamber to ensure having fresh sweet breathe. Given to monarchs and aristocrats during the middle ages the quince was apart of royal culinary events.

    4. Hog Plum | Jocote (Spondias purpurea)
    This fruit also going by the names of spanish plum, red, yellow or purple mombin or jocote is a small spotty, glossy skinned fruit that varies from green to red in color. Native to tropical regions of the Americas, Jocote is most commonly found anywhere from Mexico to Brazil and the Caribbean.

    3. Garambullo Fruit
    This Mexican cactus fruit sometimes called Mexican cranberry at first glance will appear to be a blueberry. The big giveaway it isn’t is the giant cactus they grow on which makes picking these fruits difficult.

    2. Noni Fruit
    This fruit grows on the morinda citrifolia tree, a member of the coffee family. Southeast Asia and Australia call this fruit home, across all the different regions this fruit has over 100 different names for it. The more common ones are Indian mulberry, great morinda, beach mulberry, starvation fruit, cheese fruit and vomit fruit.

    1.Chocolate Pudding fruit
    Diospyros nigra or the black sapote as it’s also known, is a creamy brown pudding like fruit. Native to Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America and Colombia, this fruit grows on a large tree that can be 80 feet or 25 meters tall.

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    Top 10 Tropical Fruits You've Never Heard Of

    Are you eating enough fruits and vegetables? I really hope so. Eating them can change your life for the best and keep you in very good health. Apples, strawberries, bananas, oranges...all it takes is a trip to the supermarket to get your hands on some of them! With so many options, I’m sure there’s more than one fruit that you like. But if you feel like there aren’t enough options, I want to introduce you to “10 Tropical Fruits You’ve Probably Never Heard Of.” Even if you live in the tropics, I’m sure you’ll find some rare fruits from other parts of the world that grow in weather that’s similar to that of your hometown. And if you don’t live in the tropics and you’ve never been to a tropical country, then I’m pretty sure that most (or maybe all) of the fruits on this list will be rare to you. In fact, today’s best pick is so rare, that I don’t even know if I’ll ever be able to try it.

    Sapote

    This rare fruit comes from a tree that is native to Central America, Cuba, and some parts of Mexico. There are different variations of it, but the most popular one is the one called Mamey. The fruit is now popular in the Caribbean and now you can even find it in Florida, where lots of people use it to make drinks and desserts, just like in other parts of Latin America. It’s been known that Sapote is a good source of vitamin B6, vitamin C, fiber, and other nutrients. With this fleshy fruit, you make milkshakes, smoothies, marmalade, and ice cream. And that’s not all! You can also get oil from its seed, and some people use that oil to cook and to make soap and aromatherapy products. This fruit is rare for a lot of us, but I’m sure we’ve come across some of its products at some point in our lives. There’s also this other fruit called Sapodilla, which is from the same family as Sapote Mamey. Sapodilla tastes like sweet root beer, but its seeds are smaller than the ones in Sapote Mamey. Surely, these fruits are yummy and unique.

    Jackfruit

    Not only it’s an exotic fruit, but it’s also a very large and heavy one. This spiky fruit is native to southern India and the rainforest region of Malaysia. Sometimes, this fruit can be as big as 3 feet long and 70 pounds of weight. That’s way heavier than an average newborn baby. Some people describe its flavor as a combination of mango, pineapple, and banana. And the ones who’ve tried its seeds say that they taste like chocolate. In Southeast Asia, this fruit is very popular in local cuisine. Some countries like Indonesia use it to make curries and stews. In recent years, vegans have found jackfruit as a great alternative to pork and other meats. For that reason, you can now substitute the meat in your pork tacos or pulled-pork sandwiches for jackfruit and you won’t even be able to tell the difference. How cool is that?

    Miracle Berry

    Do you like sweet things? Well, apparently, if you eat a miracle berry then anything you eat within the following hour will taste sweet to you. That’s great news for a lot of people who love sweets, but I’m sure some of you might find this a bit threatening. The miracle berry is a small fruit that comes from West Africa. Its use has been documented since the 18th century when a European explorer found local people eating this berry prior to having a meal. At some point in the 1980s, this fruit also gained fame in the US, where people started to commercialize it in order to make non-sweet foods become more appealing to human taste. However, this effort became compromised when food authorities classified the components of this fruit as food additives and were hesitant about its safety. As of today, this fruit is still used in West Africa to sweeten palm wine and to improve the flavor of cornbread. In other parts of the world, the consumption and importing of this fruit have a lot of regulations, and some countries even declared it an “illegal sweetener.”

    Red Bananas

    If you spend a lot of time in tropical countries you’ll start to realize that there are many kinds of bananas. Usually, what makes them different is their size and texture. But here’s a type of banana that stands out due to its unique color. It’s the red banana, which is native to Southeast Asia, but it’s now popular in other parts of the world such as Central America. Even though it’s popularly known as “red banana,”

  • Top 10 Fruits Youve Never Heard Of Part 11

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    10.Aguaje Fruit / Moriche palm fruit
    -Aguaje fruit is native to Peru and regions of Brazil
    -It doesn’t have a strong flavour, some say it tastes like a carrot but seems you either like it or you don’t
    -Believed to be the fruit for women, the moriche palm fruit is believed to balance hormones, reduce hot flashes and restore estrogen values

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    9. Pepino
    -This small fruit, that comes from South America, has the appearance of small apple or pear mixed with a squash or melon.
    -It grows on small bushes which is unique given the size of fruit being produced
    -The Pepino is native to Colombia, Peru and Chile

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    8.Cupuacu
    -A surprising mix for sure, this fruit is actually related to cocoa and can weigh of to 4 lbs
    -The pulp tastes of pear with hints of banana with a distinct sour taste to it.
    -It’s most often used in creating sweets and desserts but has recently rose in popularity as the new superfruit
    -It has very thick flesh that is creamy and often used as a lotion.
    -Cupuacu is full of antioxidants, apparently helps reduce pain for women in labor, an abundant source of vitamins and contains phytonutrient polyphenols which help treat respiratory problems.


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    7. Mamoncillo
    -Looks like a lime on the outside with a yellow jelly on the inside
    -Tastes a little bit sweet and tart. The texture is very stringy and not all that juicy.
    -Huge white seed on the inside, 80% of the fruit is seed with only 20% being the jelly coating

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    6.Bambangan Fruit
    -Bambangan is only grown the state of Sabah, Malaysia which a state on the western side of the island of Borneo
    -The fruit has a very thick rind with a corrosive sap that you don’t want to get on you while peeling
    -There isn’t a lot of fruit on the inside and it has a giant seed which takes up the majority of the space
    -Locals will actually grind up the seed and eat it on salads
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    5.Tarap / Marang
    -It closely resembles jackfruit, breadfruit and cempedak but differs in taste
    -They typically weigh around 3 lbs and grow to the size of 2 hands put together



    4.Cacao Fruit
    -The white flesh that covers the cocoa beans is what we are talking about here.
    -It’s commonly used to make 5% fermented alcoholic beverage or used in smoothies, jelly or straight juice
    -The taste is sweet with a little bit of tang to it
    -You’ll find these wonders of nature in any hot tropical climate.


    3.Cashew Apple
    -This unique fruit is attached to the cashew nut, now technically cashews are actually seeds not nuts and come with a protective shell
    -The outside is like an apple but it’s soft on the inside. The inside looks like a mango has has a taste of it’s own.
    -The skin of the cashew apple is fragile, for this reason is isn’t commercially shipped around the world

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    2.Cloudberry
    -Cloudberry, also called bakeapple in Newfoundland, knotberry in England, evron in Scotland or low-bush salmonberry in Alaska, which is not to be confused with just plain salmonberry which is a different fruit.

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    1.Monstera deliciosa
    -The entire monstera deliciosa plant is poisonous except the ripe fruit. The fruit unripe is poisonous as well, beware!

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    10. Sapodilla - 0:17
    Sapodilla or Chikoo as it’s known on the Indian sub continent, is a fruit that is commercially grown for making chewing gum. This Central American fruit is brown on the outside and orange. The flesh looks like a cantelope on the inside but don’t be fooled it tastes nothing like one. The sapodilla tastes sweet but with almost a savory note to it.

    9. Durian - 1:07
    This iconic spiky fruit grows on a tree that can be as tall as a 15 story building. It is known as the king of fruits, durian has been known to increase libido and is considered a warming food, after eating during one may feel their body temperature rise like wrapped in a warm blanket. Durian is a rich source of folic acid, folate, iron, manganese and copper.

    8. Tamamoro - 2:05
    The tree tomato or Tamamoro is a brightly colored fruit that can be yellow, red or orange. This fruit is native to Ecuador, Colombia, Peru, Chile and Bolivia. Tamamoro grows on a tree that measure 16 feet or 5 meters tall that produces fruit 4 years after being planted. It tastes sour and pungent, leaves you with dry mouth. The flavor is strong and not particularly good which is why it is recommended to eat it blended with lemon and apple.

    7. Prickly Pear - 3:00
    The cactus pear or prickly pear is a fruit that grows right off the pad of a cactus. This is not to be confused with the cactus apple which is a different fruit all together. Prickly pears grow in areas with desert conditions and thrive in lower, warmer elevations. It can be very difficult to pick them, use tongs to avoid spine pricks.

    6. White Currant - 4:05
    These small berries are native to Europe and grow on a bush that is as tall as a person. They are commonly known as white currant or as swedish berries. These berries grow in clusters on various parts of the bush which always show up during the summer months. They taste different then black or red currants most notably they are sweeter. There are different varieties of white currants including one that is a light pink color. They are high in fiber, vitamins B,C,E and K as well as calcium, iron, manganese, phosphorus and potassium.

    5. Hami Melon - 4:51
    This melon also referred to as Chinese Hami melon or snow melon comes from the Hami region of Northern China. This delicious melon was given to Qing emperors for centuries by the people of the Hami region. The hami melon is typically 1.5 to 2x larger than a cantaloupe but can be the size of a watermelon.

    4. Thai Banana - 5:38
    Now you might be wondering why is a banana on this list? Well the thai banana is no ordinary banana, the taste is so exceptional they earned a spot of their own. Thai bananas as you might have guessed come from Thailand and are easily identified by their shape. They are short, fat bananas that almost look like baby bananas but with a larger circumference. The taste of these bananas is really hard to put into words but if you start with the taste of a normal grocery store cavendish banana, add a lot more sweetness then add in some very unique tropical flavours. It’s almost like they have hints of mango, coconut and passionfruit in there not only in taste but with the smell as well.

    3. Loquat - 6:50
    This unique little fruit is native to south-central China. It can commonly be found in Japan, Korea and some parts of India and Pakistan.

    2. Palmyra Fruit - 7:40
    This small round fruit grows on the Palmyra palm. The fruit can vary in size from ½ the size of your hand to a full hand size.

    1. Achacha - 8:34
    This humble looking fruit is related to mangosteen. They are traditionally grown in the southern part of the Amazon basin in the central part of Bolivia but have recently been planted on a commercial scale in Burdekin, Australia. .

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    10 . Cotton fruit (Sandoricum koetjape)
    Native to indonesia the cotton fruit or the santol as it’s also called was introduced to indochina, sri lanka, india, northern australia, mauritius and the seychelles. The tree can reach up to 150 feet or 45 meters tall which can produce one of two varieties the yellow and red with the red being more common.

    9. Java Plum (Syzygium cumini)
    Home to the Indian Subcontinent, this evergreen tropical tree is commonly known as the java plum, jambolan, black plum, jamun, malabar plum and duhat. Growing on a tree that reaches 100 feet or 30 meters tall, this slow growing tree will live for more than 100 years. Introduced to Florida in 1911 and is also commonly grown in Trinidad, Tobago, Guyana and Suriname, this fruit is also found in Hawaii but is considered an invasive species there. Brought to

    8. Rambutan (Nephelium lappaceum)
    Native to Indonesia and Malaysia the rambutan naturally grows in Vietnam, Philippines, Thailand and other countries in southeast asia. This member of the soapberry family is related to other spherical fruits like longan and lychee. Grown on a tree that’ll reach 40 - 60 feet or 12 to 18 meters tall, this member of the soapberry will grow and survive for 20 years.

    7. Tigger Melon
    Originating from western Armenia near the Tigris River, this melon prefers the hot summer sun in temperate and Mediterranean regions. They grow on a climbing vine but since they don’t weigh much, there is less demand on the trellis itself making this an ideal melon to grow pretty much anywhere a small growing structure can be built.

    6. Dragon fruit (Hylocereus undatus)
    Found in the deserts of central america initially, or at least believe so the dragon fruit or pitaya or strawberry pear is a large red fruit on the outside with flesh and taste qualities somewhat mimicking a kiwi.

    5. Finger Lime (Citrus australasica)
    The finger lime also called the Australian Finger Lime originated down under but is now cultivated in California as well. Established as a new commercial crop, this unique lime is starting to pop in places it’s never been seen before.

    4. Tayberry (Rubus fruticosus x R. idaeus)
    Patented in 1979, the tayberry is a mix of a blackberry and raspberry. Named after the river tay in scotland, they grow on lateral branches that can reach up to 7 feet long.

    3. Naranjilla (Solanum quitoense)
    This Subtropical perennial plant grows in northwestern south america most commonly Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Panama and Costa Rica. Called naranjilla or little orange in Ecuador or lulo in Colombia this member of the nightshade family is produced on an attractive plant with large oval leaves that are covered in short purple hairs.

    2. Keledang (Artocarpus lanceifolius)
    Hailing from south-east asia the Keledang fruit or monkey jackfruit is most commonly found in thailand, banka, lingga, Riau Island, Borneo, the Malay Peninsula and Sumatra.

    1. Kesusu (Prainea limpato)
    A rare and unknown fruit the kesusu is also known as Ematak, Buruni, tumpang, and Karon. Belonging to the same plant family as the jackfruit as the others on this list, the Kesusu is an extremely rare jungle fruit of Borneo. They have also been found in Malaysia, Sumatra, New Guinea and Moluccas.

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  • Top 10 Fruits Youve Never Heard Of Part 7

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    10. Barbadine - 0:13
    This large green fruit also known as giant granadilla, giant tumbo or badea is smooth and waxy on the outside with a whitish flesh on the inside. The flesh has a dense outer layer with the inner part being soft and very much like the inner goo of passionfruit.
    Grown on a vine like a passionfruit, it has a mild sweetness to it like a pear.

    9. Calamansi Lime - 1:21
    This little green lime has a surprising secret. It’s orange inside! These little orange fleshed limes pack a punch, they are incredibly sour with a unique taste of their own. Not only are these limes sour but sweet as well.

    8. Dogfruit - 2:10
    While not possessing the most appetizing name the Dogfruit or Jengkol as it’s also known, is a species of flowering tree in the pea family. Native to southeast Asia, this tree can reach up to 85 feet or 26 meters tall. The tree produces large seeds which are actually the pods of the fruit.

    7. Green banana - 3:27
    Only found in tropical regions of the world is the green banana. No we are not talking about an unripe banana, these green bananas won’t turn yellow as they ripen which makes it harder to tell when they are ripe. Luckily these bananas will go spotty just like a yellow one which is a good indicator of ripeness.

    6. Donut Peach - 4:14
    This unique variety of peach is native to China. The original flat peach variety was called peento which was first recorded in Chinese writings in 1100 B.C.
    This squashed looking peach also goes by the names Sweetcap, Saucer peach, Saturn peach, Jupiter peach and Chinese peach.

    5. Guamuchil - 5:00
    This bizarre fruit is native to the Pacific coast of Mexico, Central and South America. It grows in a bean like pod, inside is white flesh with a black seed that looks like a watermelon seed. The fruit’s texture is similar to that of dry coconut with a unique floral taste.

    4. Ugli Fruit - 5:45
    Native to Jamaica this citrus fruit is a form of tangelo. Originally found growing wild the Ugli fruit was created by hybridizing a grapefruit, orange and tangerine for commercial production. Sporting a lumpy not so round exterior, a discolored green and orange skin, brown spots and saggy droopy look, it’s not wonder how this fruit got its name.

    3. Starfruit - 6:47
    The carambola or starfruit is an oddly shaped fruit that yields an almost perfect star shape when cut in half. Native to the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Nepal, India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Mauritius and Seychelles this fruit grows on a tree that can produce up to 400 pounds or 180 kilograms of fruit a year.

    2. Bintawa - 7:58
    This south east asian fruit is native to Malaysia, Sumatra and Borneo. Also known as mentawa or entawak, this fruit is primarily a wild grown fruit with very little organized production of them.

    1. Chocolate Vine - 8:51
    The five leaf akebia vine or chocolate vine is a flowering woody vine that is considered invasive in my parts of the world. Native to china, korea and Japan this vine grows well in North America especially on the west coast around Vancouver Island.

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    10. Lemon Drop Pepper
    Being a member of the capsicum or hot pepper family, the lemon drop pepper gets its names from lemony flavour and appearance. Being small in size, about the length of a jalapeno, this pepper is 6x hotter than one. This high yielding plant can produce up to 100 peppers in a season.

    9. Orange Cauliflower
    Not coming from a dye this orange tinted cauliflower gets its color from antioxidant anthocyanin, which can also be found in red cabbage. Sometimes called cheddar cauliflower this variety was discovered in 1970 in Canada.

    8. Egyptian Luffa Fruit (Luffa aegyptiaca)
    Originating from south and south-east asia this weird vegetable is known for being a sponge. Going by the names sponge gourd, egyptian cucumber, vietnamese luffa this isn’t the only luffa fruit out there.

    7. Lemon Cucumber
    Coming from the middle east during the 16th century this softball sized cucumber is most popular in India today. Other names this veggie goes by are apple cucumber, garden lemon, dosakai and budamkaya.

    6. Horseradish
    A staple of the ancient Greeks and Egyptians, horseradish originated from eastern europe. Brought to America in the 1800’s by settlers this root vegetable is commonly grown in Europe and the United States. Collinsville, Illinois is the major commercial producers of horseradish which features an International horseradish festival every year.

    5. Birdhouse Gourd
    Originating from southern Africa this gourd is also called: calabash, bottle gourd, white-flowered gourd, long melon, new guinea bean, tasmania bean. Gourds were one of the first cultivated plants not for consumption but the containers they offer.

    4. Paris Market Round Carrot
    This early persian market type carrot is instantly recognizable by its round shape. Popular in France this carrot is like an upgraded version of 19th century French heirlooms that would only yield carrots 1 to 2 inches in diameter.

    3. Black Nightshade Berries
    Early Native tribes being the Cherokee, Iroquois and Costanoan Indians used this plant and berry as a crucial supply of food and natural medicine. Considered to be a toxic, poisonous wee in some parts of the world or a staple food source in others, this berry is sometimes confused with the deadly nightshade berry which offers an unpleasant toxic hallucinogenic experience.



    2. Cucamelon
    Home to Mexico and Central America, the cucamelon is more commonly known as it’s spanish name sandita or little watermelon. Growing to the size of a grape, this veggie grows a thin climbing vine protruding off of it every half a foot. Offering a very crisp bite to get inside of it, it’s like eating a cucumber that has a more interesting flavor to it.

    1. Maiz Morado or Kulli Corn
    Dating back to the Incan Empire in 3000 - 2500 BC this purple corn originated in the mid-latitude region of peru. Spreading along the coast and up the Andes mountains the Incan empire used this corn for making natural dyes and beverages like chica morada a purple corn and pineapple based drink that was consumed fresh or fermented into an alcohol.

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  • 13 CRAZY Fruits You’ve Never Heard Of!

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    Top exotic fruits you haven’t heard of! These are the most exotic and bizarre and tropical fruits and crazy fruits you’ve never heard of!


    #7. “Monstera Deliciosa”-- Native to Panama and Mexico the Monstera Deliciosa, also known as the Swiss Cheese Plant is like the fruit version of the Japanese Pufferfish, extremely toxic but if prepared correctly one of the most delicious delicacies imaginable. The fruit itself doesn’t look like much, kind of like a hard corn cob that is bright shade of green, but inside there is a fruit that has people risking their lives to indulge in its juices.The seeds and skin of the plant are chock full of poison but if you wait for the fruit to be ripe enough the poison inside loses it potency. Once the flesh is carefully removed it can be eaten raw and is said to taste like a more mellow vegetal pineapple and have a similar consistency.

    #6. “Jabuticaba”--Is that some weird spherical fungus growing of that tree? Has an extraterrestrial coated the tree in dark purple eggs? No, that’s just the Jabuticaba tree and yes its fruit grow in clusters straight out of the trees branches and trunk. This bizarre tree is found throughout South America mainly in Brazil where it is referred to colloquially as the Brazilian Grape Tree. The fruit, the same hue as a plum and the size of a blueberry, is a wildly popular fruit used in a wide variety of local desserts. It is said to have a taste that like a combination of grapes, strawberries and melons. Because the fruit naturally starts to ferment three days after being plucked it has also become a common source of homemade liquor and wine.

    #5. “Soursop”-- The soursop is the twisted spiky cousin of cherimoya and shares many of the same characteristics. The fruit is commonly found in the Caribbean, Mexico and the northern parts of South America and like the cherimoya has a creamy flesh that is flavored like a citrusy cross between a pineapple and strawberry. Beyond being intensely scrumptious the Soursop is one of the healthiest foods in the world. Other than being filled with B and C vitamins the fruit contains large amounts of cancer-fighting antioxidants. The Soursop has long been used by locals for the treatment of various conditions like respiratory illnesses and arthritis because of its anti-inflammatory attributes. Not only that but the indigenous caribbean people have used it for thousands of years as the main ingredient in a relaxing tea that alleviates stress and insomnia. The seeds once crushed are often made into various types of topical ointments and powders that is reported to reduce wrinkles and other signs of aging.

  • Top 10 Tropical Fruits Youve Never Heard Of That You Didnt Know About

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    Tropical Fruits You’ve Never Heard Of. Rare tropical fruits from around the world are often never exported. In today’s video we’ll cover the top 10 fruits you’ve never heard of. From amazing delicious tropical fruits to weird, gritty fruits growing in your own backyard we cover them all. It’s important to remember that not all fruits look like fruits.

    We all love to eat fruits because of its sweet taste and health benefits but you will be amazed to know that there are so many rarest variety of fruits grown in different part of the world in some different unique climate and soil that are more tastiest then regular fruits that we eat by purchasing from our local fruit market. Here we have listed top 10 fruits that you may not eaten before or heard.

    The jackfruit is native to Southeast Asia. Jackfruit have a distinctive sweet and fruity aroma. Ripe jackfruit is naturally sweet, with subtle flavoring.

    Hala fruit is native to eastern Australia and Hawaii. The round fruit is a cluster of seed pods. As it ripens, the fruit breaks apart into single seeds called keys. The fruit can be eaten raw or cooked. They have a sweet taste and the fibrous green tips actually help clean your teeth.

    Durian fruit is native to Southeast Asia and is regarded by many people as the king of fruits. This fruit is distinctive for its large size, strong odour, and formidable thorn-covered husk. Some people regard the durian as having a pleasantly sweet fragrance; others find the aroma overpowering with an unpleasant odour.

    The wood apple tree is native to India, but is also found in Sri Lanka, Thailand, and various other regions in the southern part of Asia. Their shells are tough, and the inside is brownish pulp with small white seeds.

    Salak is a species of palm tree native to Indonesia. The fruits grow in clusters at the base of the palm, and are also known as snake fruit due to the reddish-brown scaly skin. The pulp is edible and contains nutrients like thiamine, iron and calcium as well as vitamin C.

    Ackee fruit is a strange looking fruit that grows in the tropical regions of Western Africa. The fruit is pear-shaped. When it ripens, it turns from green to a bright red to yellow-orange, and splits open to reveal three large, shiny black seeds, each partly surrounded by soft, creamy or spongy, white to yellow flesh.

    Jabuticaba is a rare purple colored fruit native to South-eastern Brazil. It is a thick-skinned berry and typically measures 3 to 4 cm in diameter. The fruit resembles that of a slip-skin grape. It has a thick, purple, astringent skin that encases a sweet, white or rosy pink gelatinous flesh.

    Chinese bitter cucumber is a strange and beautiful red fruit originating from Vietnam. The fruits first appear green, but later ripen to a dark orange color. They have a moderate sweetness some may compare to the fresh fruitiness of a cucumber or melon with a hint of carrot.

    Buddha’s Hand citron is also commonly known as Fingered citron and in China it symbolizes happiness and long life and is often used in displays at home and temple altars. Its flavor is described as a unique blend of bitter and sweet, similar to kumquats and tangerines, with lavender notes and a bright lemon highlight.

    Miracle fruit tree grows in the tropical forests of West Africa where it is known of its sweet berry, which has a low sugar content and a mildly sweet tang. It contains a glycoprotein molecule, with some trailing carbohydrate chains, called miraculin.

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    8. Pummelo
    Also known as the Chinese Grapefruit, this is actually the largest of all citrus fruits, meaning bigger than a normal grapefruit. The thick greenish yellow exterior is similar to that of a grapefruit but also tastes similar to one but sweeter. Chinese New Year traditions consider a Pummelo gift as a sign of good luck prosperity and fertility. Despite it being popular in Chinese culture, the fruit is actually native to southeast asia. High in fiber and vitamin C it makes for a healthy snack

    7. Custard Apple
    This strange fruit gets the weird name of “bull’s heart” due to its external appearance. For a long time, this fruit has been prized for its medicinal properties. About 8 centimeters in diameter it has a delicious taste. The skin of the fruit is thin and tough and the inside is surrounded by seeds. A number of health benefits include, immunity boosts, energy boosts, anti cancerous properties, better vision, better dental health. And the list goes on! This little strange fruit can do quite a bit of good for you. So don’t let its strange appearance scare you off.

    6. The Rose Apple
    Here in this photo you see the intriguing rose apple which is prized in Southeast asia. Not only for it’s taste, but it actually smells like roses too! The bell shape makes it appear as if it’s a blossom of a beautiful rose. Unlike most of the fruits on this list, you’re able to eat it all the way down to the core, like an actual apple.They are often praised for their ability to detoxify the body, preventing certain types of cancer, reduce fevers and cure bacterial infections. Not every fruit is capable of doing that!

    5. Red Banana
    We’re definitely used to seeing a yellow banana or even green ones from time to time, but did you know there were red bananas? This variety of bananas are not just different because they’re red but because they’re sweeter and plumper than most varieties of bananas. They’re often at their prime when they have a maroon or deep color red and unbruised. This variety also contains more vitamin C and beta carotene and the more red, the higher the level. Specialty supermarkets in the US carry this superfruit year round but you just gotta look specially for them.

    4. Salak
    Would you be willing to eat a fruit nicknamed the snake fruit? This fruit here has eerily similar looking skin with that of a snake. This fruit is often found in southern asia in places like Indonesia and Malaysia. After it’s peeled it starts to look similar to garlic. It’s most commonly sold on the island of bali to locals and tourists. It tends to taste similar to pineapple and lemon juice. The fruit can be made into Salak wine which has about a 13.5 alcohol content, similar to wine from grapes. Would you be willing to give it a try?

    3. Ugli Fruit
    This strange fruit earns the insensitive name of the Ugli fruit. It can’t help the way it was made. This melon-sized citrus fruit from the island of Jamaica is slightly larger than a grapefruit and when it’s ripe, it can get as sweet as a tangerine. Others describe the taste to be more sour and tastes like a hybrid between a lemon and tangerine. The flesh inside the fruit is very juicy and high in vitamin C. It’s also available in grocery stores around the world for inexpensive prices.

    2. The Physalis
    Also known as the ground cherry, this strange fruit can be grown in warm, subtropical climates in many parts of the world. They are many indigenous to North and South America, especially in Mexico and Peru. The large papery husk, covers the cherry. They grow in a similar fashion to tomatoes and are most commonly used in jams and jellies. Similar to other gooseberries, the physalis are vulnerable to many pests like spider mites, aphids and whiteflies. It has a unique sweet sour taste almost like a strawberry covered in lemon juice.

    1.Square Watermelon
    You have to admit that there is just something intriguing about these square watermelons that come from Japan. It’s still just like any other watermelon out there but only square. The shape makes them much easier to transport in shipping containers and just about anyone can grow them. While the watermelon is still on the vine, it’s placed in a square container and it grows to be this shape. The Japanese also like this design because it can easily be placed in their small refrigerator. These cost a bit more then if mother nature designed them.

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    10. Blood Lime
    The Australian Blood Lime is a hybrid crop developed as a salt resistant crop. Normal limes are unsuitable for high-salt conditions, but not the blood lime. This crimson colored lime is a mix of a red finger lime and a Ellendale Mandarin.

    9. Jackfruit
    The jackfruit originates from southeast asia. This fruit, being the world’s largest tree borne fruit, can grow up several feet or a meter long. A single jackfruit tree can produce up to 200 fruit a year with the largest ones weighing up to 100 lbs or 45 kgs.
    Jackfruit was for the longest time always eaten raw, and sometimes cooked, specifically in curries but more recently has become popular as a plant form of “pulled pork” but instead “pulled jackfruit”.

    8. Golden Berry
    This berry also known as Peruvian ground cherry or cape gooseberry is indigenous to western south america. These little berries grow in high altitude climates like peru and chile and come with a little paper lantern around them.

    7. Dinosaur Plum
    This plum is actually a pluot which is a mix of a plum and apricot. This pluot was developed by carefully breeding different plums and apricots until the dinosaur plum was discovered. These pluots are a mix of 70% plum and 30% apricot.

    6. Yellow Watermelon
    You wouldn’t know it from the outside but on the inside of the watermelon is yellow flesh! While still tasting like a watermelon, the yellow watermelon’s flavor is a little more light, fresh and sweet.

    5. Red Fleshed Apple
    This bizarre apple naturally grows in central Asia. Wild red fleshed apples from Kazakhstan don’t taste all that great but are very healthy.

    4. Pangium Edule
    This fruit that hails from south east Asia is one with a dangerous secret. This large fruit is poisonous to humans as they contain a nasty poison called hydrogen cyanide.

    3. Golden Melon
    This superior variety of honeydew melon has a smooth exterior that is sweeter and juicier then its normal counterpart. This variety originates from Langkawi, Malaysia where they can grow these melons much faster than a normal melon.

    2. Breadfruit
    Bread what? Wait a second isn’t this jackfruit? Nope, breadfruit while similar in outer appearance is nothing like jackfruit. Although with that said breadfruit is a species of flowering tree in the mulberry and jackfruit family.

    1. Bilimbi fruit
    Tree sorrel, cucumber tree or Bilimbi fruit are the common names for this bizarre fruit. Hailing from Indonesia and Malaysia the Bilimbi fruit is small yellowish green fruit will shock your taste buds.

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    10. Salmonberry
    The salmonberry is a raspberry looking berry with a lighter color. The berry starts off yellow then turns a light red when ripe, they taste like a mix of a mild raspberry and blackberry. For this reason they’ll usually be found on the side of rivers and creeks. They are a rich source of vitamin c and k and are high in manganese. The salmonberry is not ideal for eating but better for making into jams, juice and wine. Most berry bushes have multiple uses, with the salmonberry the bark and leaves of the bush can be used to treat burns. The names comes from an old Native tradition of putting one of the berries in every salmon’s mouth caught for good luck.

    9. Crowberry
    The crowberry or otherwise known as black crowberry or mossberry is a round purplish berry that has a very acidic, bitter taste to it. The crowberry is grown in arctic and subarctic regions of the world and have become a staple food for inuit, sami and tanaina people who inhabit the arctic. They are usually used in jams, jellies, ice cream, wine or juice but also have been used in cosmetics. The crowberry is high in vitamin c, k, manganese and copper.

    8. Pineberry
    This white looking strawberry has a reputation for tasting and or smelling like pineapple plus strawberries. The flavor is a more tart, tropical tasting strawberry with a more muted flavor. They are native to Chile and available in early summer if you can find them. The pineberry can be eaten fresh or served usually with desserts like ice cream, cake and mixed in drinks. They are a partially self pollinating plant that are high in antioxidants, vitamin a and they boost the immune system.

    7. Hawthorn Berry
    These bright red berries are grown on a thorny bush that has insanely sharp needles. The berry itself tastes a mixture of sweet and tart just make sure to spit out that large cherry like seed they contain cyanide. The hawthorn berry has powerful healing effects to the heart, including reducing blood pressure and increases circulation.

    6. Gin Berry
    These semi transparent pinkish berries grow in large clusters. They grow in warm climates and can’t endure frost. The gin berry typically eaten raw or juiced.

    5. Bearberry
    The Bearberry is a small round red berry that grow on a small ground level bush. They taste not much of anything are mealy and have slight sour and bitter notes to their flavor. Bearberry grows in arctic and alpine regions of the world. Caution should be taken when consuming them they may cause nausea or constipation if too many are consumed. If consumed for a prolonged period of time they may cause stomach and liver problems as well which is why it is recommended children and pregnant women avoid eating them.

    4. Fairy Bell Berries
    These odd looking berries are bright red and grow in the shape of bells. The fruit itself doesn’t have any real markings or seeds on the outside like other berries, just a smooth ya fuzzy red exterior. The fair bell berries grow in moist forested areas that range from Arizona, USA to British Columbia Canada.

    3. False Solomon’s-seal
    This edible berry has a mottled color which transitions from green to dark red as it ripens. It grows in large clusters much like grapes and has the taste of molasses mixed with the tart skin of a concord grape. The root is edible and cooked like a sweet potato, the young shoots are boiled and taste like asparagus. The False Solomon’s-Seal is high in vitamin c so if anything you can ward off scurvy with these little berries.

    2. Solomon’s-Seal
    Solomon’s-Seal a completely different plant that just looks like it’s false counterpart yield berries that are dark purple. Both plants develop white flowers but instead of a large plume of tiny flowers the Solomon’s-Seal has flowers that hang below the stock in a row. Those flowers will develop into green berries that will eventually turn purple when ripe. With that said the berries are actually poisonous and may cause vomiting and nausea.

    1. Kousa Dogwood Berries
    The Kousa Dogwood is a tree the gives life to the Kousa Dogwood berry. The inside is soft and creamy with the taste of papaya but the skin has a slight bitter taste to it. For this reason people often bite the fruit and suck the pulp out and spit out the skin. This berry is native to China, Korea, and Japan and is eaten raw and made into wine. Each fruit has 2 or 3 raisin sized seeds inside that need to be spit out, this can be a deterrent for some people to consume them along with the weird rough outer casing texture.

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    There are so many fruits of the world, only a handful of people have been lucky enough to taste them all. As you might have guessed, those handful are chefs and the elite. Whether it a fruit that appears like a crystal geode, here are 15 Most Unique Fruits You've Never Heard Of #2

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  • 5 Most UNIQUE Fruits You’ve Never Heard Of!

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    We all know the fruits: There’s apple, bananas, dragonfruit, lychee, melon-a whole bunch of classics. But not all fruits are widely known around the world. Some countries are home to other types of fruit that you might never have heard of that, due to cultural difference will seem very strangeto you indeed. So, prepare yourself to be baffled by all the ways to ingest natural sugars you previously knew nothing about. These are the most unique fruits you’ve never heard of!

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    From the Canadian rainforests of British Columbia to the grasslands of Africa, we count down the top 10 fruits you've never heard of part 15.

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    8. Aglaia teysmanniana
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    7. Barberry (Berberis)

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    4. Red Huckleberry (Vaccinium parvifolium)
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    3. Baccaurea racemosa
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    2. Lychee (Litchi chinensis)

    1. Fragrant Pear (Pyrus ussuriensis Maxim)

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    2. Galia Melon ( Cucumis melo L. var. reticulatus)

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    11ᗛCucumis Myriocarpus - Paddy Melon

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    10ᗛArum maculatum - Wild Arum Fruit
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    9ᗛWild Cucumber Echinocystis lobata
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    8ᗛCoriaria myrtifolia - Redoul
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    Consultaplantas

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    7ᗛCephalanthus occidentalis
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    4ᗛBluebead Lily - Bride's Bonnet Berry -Berry is toxic
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    8. Nipplefruit
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    7. White Alpine Strawberry
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    6. Cape Ash Fruit (Onion Fruit) Ekebergia capensis
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    5. False Pineapple (Ananas macrodontes)
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    3. Eithiopian Banana (Ensete ventricosum)
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    1.African Locust Bean (Parkia biglobosa)
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  • 14 AMAZING Fruits You’ve Never Heard Of!

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    Top weird fruits that you haven’t heard of! These are the world’s exotic fruits with weird fruit names and even stranger exotic fruit pictures plus all of the different kinds of fruit and fruits you’ve never heard of!


    9. Horned Melon

    This dangerous-looking fruit is part of the melon and cucumber families. It is naturally found in Sub-Saharan Africa but is now cultivated in various other places, including the United States, Australia, and Italy. As you can probably tell by its name, the horned melon is covered in… well, horns. So, it might not seem like something you’d want to consume; however, the flavor is sweet and sour and is compared to a lime and banana mixture. The texture might be the weirdest aspect of the horned melon. The flesh is the consistency of jelly, and it is filled with cucumber-like seeds. When it is ripe, the outside is bright orange-red, and the inside is strikingly green. It can be eaten at any point during the ripening process. But, when it gets close to being overripe, you might want to keep your distance; this melon explodes to release its seeds. The horned melon can be used in numerous recipes, like salads, salsas, cocktails, or smoothies, but, it can also be eaten as-is. Keeping the fruit cold, or adding salt or sugar will enhance its flavor.

    8. Jabuticaba

    This alien-looking fruit grows on the Brazilian grape tree. It is a berry with thick skin that is generally about an inch and a half across. It is dark purple on the outside, and its flesh ranges from white to light pink. The texture is similar to gelatin, and it has up to four substantial seeds inside. Most of the time, the jabuticabas are eaten fresh off of the tree but are also used to make tarts, jams, and wines. Since they ferment very quickly, making non-perishable items is a great way to use them. They also contain numerous antioxidants, anti-cancer compounds, and anti-inflammatories, one of which is only found in the jabuticaba. Considering the name of the tree, it isn’t surprising that they look similar to grapes. However, the fruit grows out of the trunk, covering the bark in spherical clusters and adding to its surreal appearance.

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    From wild tropical favorites to a parasitic fruit that grows underground we countdown the top 10 fruits you’ve never heard of part 14.

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    8. Jungle Jack (Artocarpus Hirsutus)
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    7.Kapok Fruit (Ceiba pentandra)
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    6. (Garcinia Tanzaniensis)
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    5. Alpine Strawberry (Fragaria Vesca)
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    4. Corkwood Fruit (Musanga cecropioides)
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    3. Spotted White Fig (Ficus virens)
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    2. BunchBerry (Cornus x unalaschkensis) (Cornus canadensis)
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  • 10 Of The Most Weird And Exotic Fruits in The World Youve Probably Never Heard Of

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    10 Of The Most Weird And Exotic Fruits in The World You've Probably Never Heard Of
    Fruit normally means the flesh seed associated structures of a plant that are sweet or sour, and edible in the raw state. There are many coomon fruits that we know and like to eat. This is only a small offering of the wide variety of delicious and exotic fruit that mother nature has in store. You may be surprised to learn about all the different weird and exotic fruits around the world that can open up an entirely new world to you. Here are 10 of the most weired and exotic fruits in the world you've probably never heard of
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  • The Most Unique Tropical Fruits You Need To Try Before You Die

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    There's a shocking number of unusual tropical fruits you've probably never even heard of, much less tried. But you absolutely should. Whether you're browsing a specialty grocery store or planning a trip abroad, these are the unusual tropical fruits you need to try before you die.

    Just for a moment, imagine drinking a glass of champagne or sparkling wine. You know that bubbly, effervescent quality, the one that tickles your nose and tongue? That's actually what you'll taste if you try a babaco. It's so well-known for that fizz that it's also called the champagne fruit. Pretty cool, right?

    Sadly, this one might be tough to find. The Slow Food Foundation for Biodiversity says that even though it's a versatile fruit that's brilliant in drinks, jams, and sweets, it's susceptible to pests and disease. That means a lot of farmers in the babaco's native region, high in the Andes and in Ecuador, have given up farming it. Lack of transportation in the Amazon forests where it grows best is also a problem, but if you happen to be in the area during Corpus Christi festivals, be sure to seek out the pastries traditionally made with this native fruit.

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    From cold climates to the jungles we count down another 10 fruits you need to see to believe on this episode of Top 10 Fruits You’ve Never Heard of Part 12.

    10. Chilean Guava (Ugni molinae)
    9. Korean Melon (Cucumis melo L. variety makuwa)
    8. Amla (Phyllanthus emblica)
    7. Coco de Mer (Lodoicea maldivica)
    6. White Sapote (Casimiroa edulis)
    5. Jumbo Blueberry
    4. Plumier’s Bromelia (Bromelia Karatas)
    3. Nance Fruit (Byrsonima crassifolia)
    2. Golden Honeydew
    1. Magnolia Fruit (Magnolia grandiflora)

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  • TOP 10 STRANGE Fruits Youve NEVER Heard Of Before! Volume 1.

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    Exploring Tropical Fruit Trees, Fruit Farming, Fruit Agriculture and Fruit Orchards From Around The World. In This Video We'll Be Exploring 10 Strange Fruits You've Never Heard Of Before.

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  • STRANGE Fruits Youve Never Heard Of!

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    Strange fruits you've never heard of from around the world! From the sacred fruit of Buddhist monks to the rotting stink of a tropical favorite


    #14 Carambola
    Often called a star fruit for it’s distinct pointed ridges, the Carambola is native to Indonesia, the Philippines, and other nearby regions. Used as an ingredient for a variety of juices, preserves, and relishes, the carambola is entirely edible. It’s yellow-tinged, translucent flesh is sour in the small breeds and sweet in the larger ones, but overall they have a tart and subtle taste. The skin of the carambola is thin and waxy, taking on different shades of yellow when ripe. Another particular feature of this produce is its gelatinous layer of goo known as aril that coats and protects about a dozen seeds per fruit.
    #13 Peria
    Often found in tropical climates, the Peria fruit is also known as the aptly named bitter melon. Recognizable by its bumpy, wart-like exterior and strange elongated shape, the innards of this fruit are spongy and surround big, flattened seeds. Unlike most other fruit, the peria can be eaten fresh or ripened, with the preferred stage of consumption dependant on the species. The Chinese peria, for example, is best when still mostly green and has a crunchy, hydrating texture resemblant of a cucumber except bitter. The flesh in this state remains a plain off-white. Other variations, however, taste best when allowed to ripen fully, when the skin of the fruit turns yellow and peels back, revealing sweet and juicy red pulp beneath. In addition to its culinary uses, this fruit has been used traditionally in herbal remedies and medicinal concoctions across the globe.
    #12 Persimmon
    Mostly popular in Asia, the Persimmon can be found around the world with varieties also harvested regularly in Mexico, the Philippines, and American Midwest. The fruit comes from tall trees that reach heights of anywhere between 15 and 60 feet. The flesh of the persimmon is dry and pucker-inducing until ripe when it produces its yellow-orange or orange-brown complexion. The fully developed taste is sweet and high in glucose for this fruit which is technically, albeit surprisingly, classified as a berry.

  • Top 10 Vegetables Youve Never Heard Of

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    10. Salsify
    This vegetable is a member of dandelion family, it's colored dark brownish black on the outside, with a white creamy inside. This vegetable is perfect for those who love seafood as it has the taste of oysters when cooked. It is typically eaten boiled, mashed, stewed and in soups. Salsify not only produces a starchy root but a purple ornamental flower as well. It is available year round with peak season being October through January. Salsify is high in carbohydrates, low in fat , full of nutrients and low in sodium making it a healthy source of energy.

    9. Yuca Root
    This root also called manioc, cassava or brazilian arrowroot is a long brown root vegetable like a potato. The outside texture is very tough and rough and almost always peeled. The inside is white and starchy with very little flavour. This vegetable is used for it’s ability to transform into other forms like flour, shreds and mashed. The leaves of the yuca root are high in protein which provides a decent source of macros from a single plant. The yuca is not only consumed by humans but also a good source of food for cows, goats and sheep.

    8. Tiger Nut
    The tiger nut, which is actually a root vegetable, is an ancient superfood from africa. The tiger nut is currently grown in spain and west africa and is also called chufa, nutsedge and nut grass. This nut is full of antioxidants, magnesium, potassium, and fiber. If your diet is low in fiber 1 oz of tiger nuts has 40% of the recommended daily fiber intake.

    7. Mo Qua
    This chinese vegetable has the appearance of a cucumber. The outside is hard like a carrot but furry like a kiwi. The inside is smooth and looks like a daikon with similar texture too. You cook it just like you would a daikon or carrot and the texture cooked is about the same. It tastes like daikon but with a strong dose of bitterness.

    6. White Asparagus
    This unique variety of asparagus is easy to find in germany, also available in other european countries like spain, france, switzerland and the netherlands. It is low in calories, and high in vitamins and minerals. The reason white asparagus is so common in germany is that many places in germany have sandy soil which provides the perfect conditions for growing white asparagus.

    5. Nopal
    This unique vegetable is actually edible pads of cacti. They are made into a salad also served with eggs or meat as a common mexican dish. The Nopal is high in manganese and vitamin c, and contains a good amount of calcium and magnesium as well.

    4. Green Lo Bok
    This weird vegetable looks like a field cucumber on the outside but when you slice into it, the appearance is of an orange but green and white. The inside texture feels like a cucumber but more firm, when steamed the green lo bok doesn’t change a lot in texture, it just gets a little bit softer.

    3. Oca
    The Oca or New Zealand “apricot” yam is a root vegetable that is grown in central Peru and northern Bolivia. The oca is grown in a unique condition as in grown between 2800 to 4100 meters above sea level which is 9000 to 13500 feet. The oca can be eaten raw, baked, boiled, mashed, roasted or fried.

    2. Romanesco
    The romanesco is a cruciferous vegetable that is actually a flower. This unique vegetable taste just as you would guess, a mix of broccoli and cauliflower. They grow year round, are native to Europe and Asia and are a rich source of vitamin C, folic acid, potassium and fiber. What’s really amazing is the Romanesco grows in a perfect fractal which is what makes it so visually stunning to look at.

    1. Fiddleheads
    Fiddleheads are a weird vegetable not the average person consumes for dinner. They are consumed in this rolled up state which is this fern at a very young age. Some varieties like the bracken are highly toxic unless cooked thoroughly. They taste like a mix of asparagus, artichoke and pine nuts. The most common types of fiddleheads consumed are Ostrich fern, Lady fern, Cinnamon fern and Royal fern. They are high in nutrients like potassium, phosphorus, iron, magnesium and vitamins A,C and B3.

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