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jujube fruit Chinese date tree
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Jujube Fruit

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Time to talk about one of my all-time favorite and more expensive trees, the Jujube fruit, also known as the Chinese Date tree. The Jujube fruit is one of those fruits that not a whole lot of westerners know about, but they should! I love learning about new and exotic […]

Sliced Asian Pear on a white cutting board.
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Asian Pear

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If you follow my blog you know that I LOVE fruit. I love trying new fruits and of course devouring my favorite fruits. And one of my favorite fruits and definitely my favorite pear is the Asian Pear. In this article, I talk all about the Pyrus pyrifolia, commonly called […]

Lemon drop melon on a white cutting board.
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Lemon Drop Melon

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Time to highlight another amazing fruit. In this post, I will be talking all about a fantastic melon called the Lemon Drop Melon. You will learn where the Lemon Drop Melon comes from, how to eat it, what the health benefits are, and what they taste like to me. If […]

Goldenberries piled on a white cutting board.
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Goldenberry Physalis Cape Gooseberry

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One of my hobbies is tasting unique or out-of-the-ordinary fruits. I enjoy going to the local Asia supermarkets and seeing what is available that I haven’t tried before or even my local Sprouts has some interesting fruits to try. One of my favorites that I discovered a while ago is […]

Several mangosteen on a white plate
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Mangosteen How To Eat It

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I am obsessed with fruit especially tropical fruit that we don’t regularly see here in Arizona. It is so fun tasting new fruits as well as eating my favorites. One of my new favorite fruits is the Mangosteen. If you have never tried Mangosteen you are in for a treat. […]

Hami melon cut in half on a cutting board
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Hami Melon

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I am a huge fan of fruit, in particular, I love melons. From the small but super delicious Korean melon to the cantaloupe to the honeydew, and of course the watermelon, with plenty in between like the canary melon and the Piel de Sapo. In this article, I talk all […]