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Welcome to Fruit World!

Have bananas become boring? Are mangos mundane? Do dates taste dull? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you’re in the right place! Though we all love tried-and-true favorites like apples and oranges, it’s fun to spice things up once in a while. And unlike many hybrid fruits that are only native to specific regions, you can find unique fruits in most major farmer’s markets — you just have to know what you’re looking for!

Dragon Fruit

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Though they may look too beautiful to eat, dragon fruit has become increasingly popular in the United States over the past few years. Perhaps people love it for its slightly sour and creamy texture, which is quite the departure from most other foods in the fruit kingdom.

Star Apple

Cultivated for its delicious juice as well as its edible fruit, the star apple is the size and shape of an apple. The surface is firm and smooth encasing a soft, sweet pulp. It is a star in numerous tropical parts of the world.
It is sweet and it is a disservice to not have this fruit chilled. You must add this fruit to salads and other delicacies. Or create a beautiful fruit salad ice as they do in Jamaica with chopped mango, pineapple citrus, coconut and whatever other fruits you prefer.

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