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Working through half of these atm, they're one of my favorite fruits and make absolutely GOAT milkshakes.

Sapotes as a whole are very under-appreciated

What about you, /ck/? What's the weirdest/rarest fruit you've eaten?
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The chironja. It's a cross between a grapefruit and an orange, most common in Puerto Rico. I love these fuckers.
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>>7222773
I ate jackfruit once. It would have been delicious if it wasn't over ripe.

I had canned jackfruit, but it was too syrupy. Why do I have to buy that big-ass fruit? Why does the sliced jackfruit always look like shit?
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>>7222808
I've actually wondered that too. I would love to try jackfruit, but the pre-sliced stuff always looks dark and dank and gross, and how tf am I supposed to eat a big ass fruit?

They need to work on aesthetics senpai
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I had durian ice cream once. it seems like all of the cool fruits grow in the tropics and don't ship well.
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I have a Loquat tree in my backyard. The fruit is really good and you can't buy it in stores.
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Virtually unobtainable where I live.
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>>7222773
I order a mamey shake every time I go to Porto's.
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>>7222816
Peel it out? Its pretty simple.

My fav is mít tố nữ, dont know what its called in english. But its pretty much an upgraded version of jackfruit and tastes much sweeter.
Don't think you can get it anywhere besides Vietnam and Indonesia but im probably wrong.
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>>7223217
Holy shit anon I never knew the name of this but when I was a kid every summer we'd go to mexico as a huge family convoy (about 4-5 families of 5+) to grandmas house in mexico. We used to break our fucking necks to climb on the roof from the second story to reach up onto the tree and just gorge ourselves on these little fruits. I havent had this fruit in 13 years but I can still remember the taste of victory after getting a handful. Sadly when grandma died I went about 4 years ago and the tree (and all her plants) had died.
How would I go about getting seeds?
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>>7223217
I've always know these as japanese plums, neer heard their real name before. Fucking shit ass edgy teens in my neighborhood pick these and throw them at my car. I swear to god i'm gonna kill them and dump the bodies in the mississippi on day. They're good as fuck though.
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>>7223225
Hard to get anywhere, my black nigger.
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I once bought a fruit that looked similar to pic related on the outside but like a yellow pomegranate on the inside.
I was the size of a smaller watermelon.

Does anyone know what it was?
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What about the durian fruit?
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Guaba. It's a fruit. You've probably never heard of it.

For purposes of this website cacao fruit would also be considered a rare and uncommon fruit. You see a lot of confused hippies raving about the erroneously named "raw cacao" but never has anyone here eaten actual raw cacao, other than me.
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>>7223686
Is that the "ice cream bean" fruit?
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>>7223648
its fucking delicious
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>>7223579
a pomelo maybe?
was it a little sour and was the skin bitter af?
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The most uncommon fruit I have tried is a kiwi
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>pic related
"Jabuticaba", it has a very sweet pulp while the skin has a bitter/stingy taste which counteract the sweetness of the pulp very well.

>>7223686
I've eaten cacao before but i live in south america, so it isn't something exotic, i don't like it.
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I pretty much only eat apples, oranges, pears, bananas, rarely a persimmon and once a custard apple (wasn't a fan)
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these motherfuckers are delicious.
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>>7223217
Called "nísperos" in the South cone
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqzbCk1LjfA
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>>7224162
>trypophobia mode on
AY JESÚS
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>>7224179
they look like a pair of blue jeans before you open up the image, i like them already
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>>7224162
Brazil has a lot of crazy fruits right?

I heard there was some combination of fruits that if you ate them together you'd die?

I also heard that açaí tastes like mud without sugar
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>>7223648
king of fruits
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needs more mangosteen.
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>>7222773
I quite like these - "rose apple" in english.
>pic related
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I fucking love rambutan.
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>>7224064
no it wasn't a pomelo, it had these "juice chambers" that are typical to a pomegranate.

I don't remember the taste because it was at least 10 years ago when I ate it.
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>>7223217
Pretty fucking cool. We have a Kousa tree in our front yard and the berries taste like sweet watermelon.
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>>7224363
This is GOAT fruit
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>>7224365
This plus muoi ut is fucking based.

Also breast milk fruit is great as well.
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>>7224506
W...why would you salt those, s..senpai?
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>>7222773
I really want to try a mamey sapote but I can't find any here.
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>>7223217
>tfw my loquat tree died
)^:
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>>7223398
They're called cempedak in Malaysia and grow around SE Asia. I once brought extra cempedak to a friend's place and her mother made cempedak fritters for us. Good shit man. I came here to shill some other fruit but now all I can think of is cempedak fritters.
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>>7224795
I guess now you have Noquat.
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>>7224812
Too soon
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Pitahaya blanca
(tried them first time around 10 years ago, and fell in love with them. I buy them at stores whenever they are sold and they're usually overpriced as hell)

Mulberries that aren't dried
(haven't had for over 20 years now)

Sweet lemons
(I see them every 2-3 years be sold in stores...)

Mineola
(can be found in Sweden, if I bother to travel there and search through the large stores.).

Quince (I can find these every 3-4 months where I live. Old people and foreigners buy them, meanwhile the younger population doesn't got a clue about what it is, even the younger foreigners haven't got a clue.... used to be very common in the old days ^^ ).

Some other weird fruits I really like but don't remember the names of. My list over favored rare fruits is looong.....
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>>7224369
Based fruit
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I bought a breadfruit today to try it for the first time. It wasn't completely ripe, but I cut it anyway because I know that it can be cooked unripe. Raw, it tastes like a combination of raw pumpkin and guava, but what are some recipes for it?

>>7222773
Probably one of my favorite fruits.

>>7223225
Are they inside-out strawberries?

>>7224369
Lychee>rambutan>longan

>>7225037
I have a mulberry tree in my yard. As for sweet lemons, I really don't like them, but they, along with quince and minneola, can be found year round where I live.
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>>7223648
Tastes great if you can get over the smell. It's so pungent that it's banned on public transit in places like Singapore.
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Buddha's hands don't look like they belong on this planet.
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What do I do with these?
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>>7223686
>You see a lot of confused hippies raving about the erroneously named "raw cacao" but never has anyone here eaten actual raw cacao
>other than me
Pretty full of yourself there brah.
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>>7224761
You've never salted the apples?
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I live in Europe, more specifically in Spain, is there a way to order uncommon (to europe) tropical fruits via mail or something?

I know ordering fruit via mail is kind of common since my pops get oranges from Valencia through the mail.

If by any chance you know of a way, please do tell, we love fruit at my house and I can afford the price. I just want to get some as kind of a surprise.
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The most uncommon fruit I've had is the muscadine.
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>>7226232
ponche obviously
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>>7222773
awwww shit nigga i ate so much zapote in guatemala

very delicious
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<- Dragonfruit
Durian
Starfish
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>>7222808
>>7222816
>>7223398
My neighbor brought over some jackfruit for me to try once. I had the tiniest piece and had a mild allergic reaction (started weezing and my throat felt swollen) for about 30 minutes. It tasted OK, but fuck that shit. Texture was strange too.
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>>7222773
I went to brazil recently and had a bunch of fruit i havent heard of before:
graviola, umbu, caju, mangostine, atemoia, Jabuticaba, acai, hawa... there are loads more
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>>7227106
you can buy that shit in every bigger supermarket in germany.
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>>7226274
Where do you live that muscadines are uncommon?
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>tow really want some starfruit but they're fucking $7/each for underripe shit at the grocery store and my tree is too little to fruit.
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>>7224187
same shit with pamelo
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this shit is fucking disappointing
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>>7224369
I fuck in love this
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>>7227362
They don't taste like much
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it's mandarin orange

looks almost exactly like an orange but it's easier to peel off its skin
it tastes a little differently and there are no spits in it

worth a try i guess
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>>7227981
>rare or uncommon
these things are just as common (and cheaper) as oranges here in Germany
too bad they usually taste like water
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>>7224162
My grandma has one of these trees in her yard in Hawaii. She'd always make some kind of juice when we'd come over. And it tasted fairly reminiscent of cranberries, but twangier.
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>>7227981
>rare
literally everyone eats it in my country and their smell is a menace in enclosed spaces to many people .
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>>7225830
Fry it up in a pan with butter. They're kinda like potatoes that way. Real good.
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>>7226242
No, the thought has never crossed my mind DESU senpai. I have tried mango with a bit of salt&chilli, shit was delicious. Also some papaya as in som tum. But the rose apples, no.
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>>7227923
I know, right? It looks like the most delicious sweet and unusual fruit you'll ever taste, and in reality it is just bland and sour cucumber, not really edible without a sprinkle of sugar.
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I believe I'm the only guy on earth who doesn't like these
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>>7223686
Guaba is about to go mainstream therefore you'll abandon it, you fucking hipster trash
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>>7222773
Dragon fruit isn't super exotic but can be difficult to find. Has the perfect amount of sweetness and sourness
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>>7223217
They grow fucking everywhere here in central gulf coast fl. The greeks call them mousmoula.

>>7224369
Lychee>longan>red delicious apple>rambutan

>>7227106
The red ones absolutely shit on the white ones!
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>>7227923
it had a cameo in star wars 7. Check out maz kenata's fruit bowl.
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>>7228064
These things made Andrew Zimmerman gag and he eats assholes, bugs, and all kinds of wild shit without flinching.
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>>7229170
It's Zimmern, anon. Also I never manage to get these when they are ripe enough so usually they taste like crushed up tylenol and soap.
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>>7227981
>rare
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>>7227981
how tf is that rare?

I can find mandarin oranges in my supermarket as easily as apples
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>>7227106
Easily bought here. Last time i ate though it was flavourless.
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I like these
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>>7232128
what pray tell are those
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>>7234029
limoncillo fruit, faget
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WHAT THE FUCK IS ALL THIS SHIT YOURE BLOWING MY MIND
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>>7222773
You should eat fres, frozen or as ice cream
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>>7223524
Buy fresh one in market, eat and plant the seed
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>>7227981
A mandarin its not rare idiot
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Haven't been able to find this but I want to try it so bad

black sapote or otherwise known as chocolate pudding fruit
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wild strawberries i guess?
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>>7223217
Loquat is such an aesthetic tree.
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>>7225037
The variety of quince I have tried is too acidic to eat raw, so it must be peeled and cooked first. It's good if you like to make jams and preserves, but I think the average person wants fruit that can be eaten with little preparation, which is why it's no longer so popular. Making preserves isn't a common practice anymore.
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Jelly palm fruit. Tastes like peach crossed with mango.

The botanical garden at my university has dozens of these trees and I raid them every day in summer because I'm a cheap fuck who doesn't want to spend money on fruit.
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>>7238044
I prefer to peel off the skin, cut it with a knife and eat it raw. However it is a very tough fruit, and acidic... so I do think that most people would prefer it processed, cooked or preserved. That is also how they used to eat it where I live, they cut and cooked it, however not many people from the younger generations here know what it is. Maybe those who live out in the country, and are close to their grandparents knows what it is or have ever eaten it. It's kinda sad, considering how common this fruit was 50 years ago here.

Speaking of jams, the most delicious jam I've ever had was made of apples.. my teacher brought a glass of apple jam he had made from green apples in his garden, and allowed us to eat it, at a schooltrip ..so damn delicious!
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>>7222936
Not all of them. Paw paw grows big, softball-sized fruits that tastes like banana pudding. I want to grow some so bad...
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>>7223579
Yellow flesh watermelon canary melon I know what your talking about they are apart of the fancy melon family and are only available in southern Ontario for the summer
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Damn, what I would give if they would replace boring ass apples and other genric as shit fruits with some of the fruits in this thread.
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>>7222773
>tfw local grocery store wants $5 for a starfruit
>tow watching all the starfruit sit there and rot cause no one is going to buy them at that price
Makes me so sad )^:
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>>7238888
I've always wanted to try pawpaws. I live in Georgia and apparently am smack dab in the middle of pawpaw growing area yet I've never seen one in stores or even farmers' markets.

Might have to end up buying one after all.

>>7239219
Seriously, starfruit can be incredibly delicious but grocery stores overcharge the fuck out of them
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>>7224162
That's the grossest looking I've seen that I really wanted to try. Hope I can find them in SoCal.
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>>7224162
it just grows on the bark........nah Im good doe
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>>7222773
Haven't eaten these for years, they are not that common but we had to wait until they were almost rotten, then we sucked on the top and had the mature plum tasting mush from the centre. Also you could make Jam or Jelly from them.
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>>7224365
these things are delicious. Love them with a bit of salt.
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>>7239754
Not very many people grow Paw paws; they fell out of popularity when we got access to exotic fruits like bananas and also because they dont ship well. They do grow wild, but their an understory tree so you'd usually find them in dense woodland, making them difficult to locate.
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>>7239219

It's the same here with dragonfruit. They are £2 each and I always see plenty on the shelves.

I know they're pretty bland, so I'm not desperate to buy any, but I'd probably get them from time to time if the price was reasonable.

Also, any UK anons know where to get starfruit? A restaurant near me used to serve it with their desserts, but I have no idea where they used to get it.
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>>7224306
>Brazil has a lot of crazy fruits right?
Ye
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>>7236017
>Boning (2006), describes the ripe fruit as having "the taste and consistency of chocolate pudding."
oh man
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>>7240300
Looks like it's in the lychee/rambutan family
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>>7222773
>tfw I wouldn't even care if I were poor if I just had a nice little house with a bit of land in zone 10b or better in which to grow delicious tropical fruits.
Ugh why is life so hard?
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Maybe not "rare" but I think uncommon to most Americans.

They make every variety of Western pear pale in comparison. They might not look like much but they pack an explosion of vibrant flavor and insane juiciness and succulence. Serious 10/10 fruit, up there with mango and the rest of the greats.
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>>7227106
Oh man Dragonfruit is great
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All you guys and your unique fruits. The most unique fruit I've eaten was a Grapple, does that even count?
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I was feeling good about eating kumquats when I opened the thread. Now I'm thinking about moving to South America and growing fruit.
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>>7227469
pomelo is hardly uncommon, every supermarket in Eastern Europe has them.
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>>7231715
good old Kaufland
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>>7232128
Aww yiss, you know whats up my nigga
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>>7242068
They're apples chemically treated with grape flavor. So no.
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>>7223648
My fucking favorite
I had it when I was young so I don't find it gross and honestly don't get all the hostility it gets
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anyone else seeing a vagina in OPs image?
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>>7227106
Starfish is not fruit, friend
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>>7232128
Mildly disappointed and put off acquiring&tasting after I just leardned that they're a form of lychee/rambutan/longan. They do look beautiful though.
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>>7240899
+1 but it's hard to come by good, ripe ones. I love the bigger varieties, so much juice and flavor and you're like stuffed for a whole day from eating just one.
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>>7242138
kumquats are the shit anon, I love the taste contrast.
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>>7242138
Want to start a fruit plantation together anon?
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Pretty uncommmon in here but probably common in Mexico and the like.
Tasted once, was pretty nice.
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>>7243447
I tried these once and it was pretty underwhelming imo, similar to dragonfruit
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>>7222773
lewd
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Are pomegranates considered rare? I just tried one for the first time last month and liked it so much I went out and bought a crate of them.
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>>7243447
It's so hard to find good, ripe ones in stores. Plus they have those horrible rock hard seeds
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Is Saskatoon Berry considered uncommon? It only grows up near the arctic circle area; Canada is where I find the source; also I buy the jam; haven't seen a fresh berry.
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Not rare, so much as alot of people just don't eat them.
>Grow all over the fucking place here
>All those berries that just fall to the ground
Makes me cry
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>>7246216
Thought that was yaupon at first was going to be like anon those make you sick lol.
Leaves make nice tea though.
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>>7231715
Why are they all buying so many oranges?
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>>7243447
Those things are all over the southwest, at a few while hiking around Llano, TX a few weeks back. Not bad.
Also they're commonly called tuna for some reason.
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>>7245790
I wouldn't consider them rare, at least not anymore so than like a grapefruit or something lol. They are good though, just such a fucking pain in the ass to eat cause of all the seeds.
They're pretty easy to grow too if you're in a suitable climate, and they grow fast.
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>>7222773
Most exotic fruits I've had were probably Scuppernongs. I had some canned mangosteen once too, but it just tasted like fruit cocktail.
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>>7223217
Loquats are the shit! My neighbor had a tree and I'd just hangout in my grimy tree fort and stuff them in my mouth.
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>>7222773
Mangosteen is the best tasting fruit in the world and is sadly very rare in england
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Forgot pic
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>>7228050
Salting apples (and watermelon, oranges) makes them sweeter and mmmmier. I pretty much salt every fruit I eat.
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Good shit. Mom lived in hilo and she had pies made of ohelo berries
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>>7246408

Are those the one's with the story of the lovers where one came from the mountains and the other came from the ocean, or something?

Don't really remember, but sounds like something they told us when we took field trips to the big island.
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Anyone ever had the fruit of monstera deliciosa?

I've got the plant (since it's a common houseplant) but mine isn't anywhere big enough to fruit. Heard it tastes kinda like pineapple...


I also really want to try jackfruit.
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>>7246433
No sure bout that story, only one i found is
>In "Hawaiian Mythology," the legend of Kaohelo, who instructs her son Kiha to bury her, when she dies, "on the navel of your grandmother at Kilauea." Out of her flesh springs the creeping 'ohelo, out of her bones the 'ohelo bush; other parts of her body are thrown to Maui, O'ahu, Kaua'i, and become 'ohelo bushes on those islands.
>brutal
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>>7246851

Love Hawaiian myths/legends, but that's not the one I was thinking of.

It was more likely a flower...

>tfw nightmarchers are coming
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>>7246277

I had some ripe ones in Morocco, and they had a slightly fishy taste - I was not impressed.
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>>7222773
I had some grapes this summer (USA) that were called 'Cotton Candy grapes', and they tasted just like cotton candy - very sweet with a vanilla taste. They looked like large green grapes, and were seedless.

I read they are a cross between Concord grapes and green seedless ones. They were interesting, but too sweet for me to eat very many of them.
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I wish these were more popular.
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>>7247505

You forgot your name, borneo.
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>>7243447
I love mixing that and a little bit of pomegranate, and alcohol
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>>7226274
Nigga those are grapes
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