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Chesa / Tisa Fruit
by user 167 • Id 219 • from Flea market • 871 views • 5 years ago
I bought this fruit the night before New Year's Eve. I put in on a fruit basket for the celebration of New Year. My family enjoyed eating this fruit. This fruit is rich in fibe...more

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Pink Lady apple
by user 63 • Id 213 • from Coogee, NSW, Australia • 315 views • 5 years ago
Pink Lady apple, grown in Western Australia. Given in a fruit basket in late December 2013. May have left them too long without eating....more

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Chico/ Chikoo fruit
by user 168 • Id 233 • from Manila, Philippines • 224 views • 5 years ago
Before eating, chico is commonly sliced in half then seeded. ...more

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Ashitaba Herb
by user 294 • Id 424 • from Marikina • 216 views • 5 years ago
ASHITABA HERB is one of the most popular plant today. It can cure some of diseases. It is good for those who has highblood pressure, upset stomach, can cure pimples by eating 2...more

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Rainbow Chard
by user 280 • Id 383 • from Queensland, Australia • 191 views • 5 years ago
Eat raw in salads, steamed, in a roasting pan with other vege on top (it caramelises), or juice it up for that healthy morning green juice/smoothy...more

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by user 294 • Id 474 • from Marikina • 124 views • 4 years ago
This is Marang from Davao. My dad brought from his tour. It looks like junk fruit. Its sweet and it has small seeds. The seeds can be eaten also just like the junk fruits seed....more

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by user 114 • Id 141 • from Kensington, Sydney, Australia • 75 views • 5 years ago
This bunch of banana was bought from Coles a week back. It developed spots, indicating it is ripening. On eating realized that it is extremely sweet, which meant it is ripe. W...more

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Apple (Fuji)
by user 439 • Id 748 • from Philippines • 57 views • 4 years ago
Fuji Apples originated in Japan, by cross breeding 2 American apple varieties: Ralls Janet & Red Delicious. It's sugar & water content makes it wonderful for eating, cooking,...more

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