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Santol: The santol is believed native to former Indochina and Peninsular Malaysia, and to have been introduced into India, Borneo, Indonesia, the Moluccas, Mauritius, and the Philippines where it has become naturalized. It is commonly cultivated throughout these regions and the fruits are seasonally abundant in the local markets

Santol: The santol is believed native to former Indochina and Peninsular Malaysia, and to have been introduced into India, Borneo, Indonesia, the Moluccas, Mauritius, and the Philippines where it has become naturalized. It is commonly cultivated throughout these regions and the fruits are seasonally abundant in the local markets

23 Weird Fruits Which You Probably Have Never Eaten Before, But Should

23 Weird Fruits Which You Probably Have Never Eaten Before, But Should

Learn your fruits. They can help you live a long and healthy life. Here are 25 fruits that you probably have never eaten but should.

Palm fruit. A mature African oil palm (Elaeis guineensis) and cartload of palm fruits near Quepos, Costa Rica. The fruits are harvested for their oil-rich mesocarp (pulp) and seeds. Like coconuts, the seeds are rich in saturated fatty acids such as palmitic acid.

Palm fruit. A mature African oil palm (Elaeis guineensis) and cartload of palm fruits near Quepos, Costa Rica. The fruits are harvested for their oil-rich mesocarp (pulp) and seeds. Like coconuts, the seeds are rich in saturated fatty acids such as palmitic acid.

Tayberry – Un cruce entre una zarzamora y una frambuesa roja. Tayberries son ricas en vitaminas y antioxidantes. Sabor por descubrir (Sensient flavors, tendencias sabores 2014).

Tayberry – Un cruce entre una zarzamora y una frambuesa roja. Tayberries son ricas en vitaminas y antioxidantes. Sabor por descubrir (Sensient flavors, tendencias sabores 2014).

Palmyra Palm (Borassus flabellifer) is native to the Indian sub-continent and Southeast Asia. The fruit of Palmyra Palm contains three sweet jelly seed sockets, translucent pale-white similar to that of lychee but with a milder flavor and no pit

Palmyra Palm (Borassus flabellifer) is native to the Indian sub-continent and Southeast Asia. The fruit of Palmyra Palm contains three sweet jelly seed sockets, translucent pale-white similar to that of lychee but with a milder flavor and no pit

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