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size of an elongated mango. The colors of this papaya varietyranges from green to yellow, and orange when ripe. Its
shell becomes slightly soft as it ripens. Numerous small, shiny, black, inedible seeds inhabit the cavity. Pink, firm and juicy, the flesh is similar to a melon, offering a sweet flavor and a pleasantly smooth texture. Papaya grows on a tree that is
actually a large, hollow, unbranched
shrub. Clusters of papaya fruit grow
along the plant stem
The flesh's texture is soft and juicy with
a luscious mouthfeel. it has a 16% sugar content and contains volatile compounds which contribute to its floral aromatics and sweet tart tropical flavors with notes of caramel and butter. Ripe fruits will be soft and easy to peel the fruit from shell
color and lightly coated with a thin bloom.
The flesh is filled with vanilla aromatics,
ivory in color with yellow tones near the skin
and surrounding the seeds within the flesh.
Any given fruit can bear one to six plump
hard inedible and potentially toxic seeds.
The flavor of the fruit is nectar sweet with
notes of banana and pear, its texture tender
is covered in stiff, hair-like bristles. While
the exterior makes it seem larger than
the lychee, the inner fruit is actually
smaller. Rambutan flesh is juicy, milkywhite,
translucent in color, with a
grape-like, gelatinous texture surrounding
a central seed with and almond-
like taste. The flavor of a rambutan
is more acidic than the lychee, sweet and
skin has five deep lateral ridges that form charming star shapes
when sliced. Easy to recognize, it is about two to five inches in
length. Pleasantly citric, the complex taste of this
attractive fruit has been described as
combining plum, pineapple, apple, lemon and
grape when it ripens to yellow. Its crisp texture
offers a sweet-tart juice. Narrow
ribbed fruits generally have a more tart
flavor; thick fleshy ribs are
spiky points throughout its bright yellow and orange, mottled
skin. The interior contains a rich, jelly-like, lime green flesh
studded with white seeds reminiscent of cucumber
seeds. The melon has a sweet and tart, banana-
lime taste. a flavor which is enhanced
when chilled. The brighter the orange
skin, the sweeter the flesh of the fruit.
The Horn melon is the size of a
large pear and generally weighs less
than one pound.
dragon fruit may be red, peach-colored or
yellow. This grapefruit-sized fruit actually
grows on a climbing cactus. Its spongy
pulp is white or sometimes pinkish
red, sweet and juicy with numerous
tiny edible black seeds scattered
throughout. This big bright red
fruit's thick skin presents prominent
scales, or spines, giving it the
appearance of an exotic oriental
pomelo is slightly round or pear-shaped. Greenish to yellow to pinkish,
it's wrapped in a very thick skin and may be five to ten inches in diameter. Ranging from the size of a baby cantaloupe to almost basketball size, this fruit can weigh several pounds. The pulp may be rich pink, pale pink, light yellow or whitish and varies in taste from one variety to another. It may be juicy or a bit dry,acidic to sweet No matter what, however, they are never bitter.
light-yellow to light-green skin,
streaked with purple variegations.
The flesh, when ripe is golden
yellow with a narrow seed cavity. The Pepino
melon is entirely edible: skin, flesh, pulp and seeds. The
yellow interior is fine-grained and sweetly aromatic, intensifying
as it ripens. Its flavor can be described as a mix of banana and pear,
with a slightly bitter bite. Its size is inconsistent and can be as small as
a plum or as large as a papaya.
rusty brown and covered with hairy brown fibers, the thick fibrous
husk of the coconut encases an inner shell. A
layer of somewhat dry white meat lines the interior
shell and holds liquid called coconut water.
Offering a distinct flavor all of its own, it has
a nutty almost candy-like sweetness. Look
for coconuts that are heavy for their size with
enough juice that you can hear an audible
green skin. Some varieties, though not all, produce
scaly depressions on their skin. The
white pulp offers a mild flavor likened to a
blend of banana, vanilla, mango, papaya,
pineapple or coconut. The refreshing
texture is soft, smooth and melting
and the flesh is studded with large,
black, inedible seeds. Almost custard-
like, is also known as the custard
apple. The thin rind breaks off like
scales when ripe.
papery, inflated skin. These very tart, piquant fruits turn from a pale
green to an amber or gold color as they ripen and offer a
flavor similar to a gooseberry or
a tart green grape.
Cape gooseberries are a
good source of vitamin C
and provide dietary fiber
grapefruit with one important distinction:
It is sweet, unlike the
grapefruit and does not have a
tart after taste. The older the
fruit looks on the outside, the
sweeter it is on the inside. Its acid-
sweet, zesty, pungent flavor is
passion fruit, these small to medium-small,
roundish fruits have a pale, yellow skin that
is often slightly blushed with red. Their
flesh is creamy, white, thick and decadently
sweet - excellent for dessert.
They have a small seed cavity that
holds a handful of soft seeds
two to three inches in diameter at maturity. The fruit's skin is smooth, yet dimpled and at peak maturity can be heavily wrinkled. The skin's color varies with hues of dark purple and red. Below the skin is a cottony white peel. The interior seed cavity is filled with edible yellow to green jelly and medium sized black seeds. Its pulp is highly aromatic and has a tropical sweet tart flavor with nuances of pineapple, papaya, mango, citrus and guava.