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Top 10 Fruits You've Never Heard Of Part 6

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Top 10 Fruits You've Never Heard Of Part 6

10. Blood Lime
The Australian Blood Lime is a hybrid crop developed as a salt resistant crop. Normal limes are unsuitable for high-salt conditions, but not the blood lime. This crimson colored lime is a mix of a red finger lime and a Ellendale Mandarin.

9. Jackfruit
The jackfruit originates from southeast asia. This fruit, being the world’s largest tree borne fruit, can grow up several feet or a meter long. A single jackfruit tree can produce up to 200 fruit a year with the largest ones weighing up to 100 lbs or 45 kgs.
Jackfruit was for the longest time always eaten raw, and sometimes cooked, specifically in curries but more recently has become popular as a plant form of “pulled pork” but instead “pulled jackfruit”.

8. Golden Berry
This berry also known as Peruvian ground cherry or cape gooseberry is indigenous to western south america. These little berries grow in high altitude climates like peru and chile and come with a little paper lantern around them.

7. Dinosaur Plum
This plum is actually a pluot which is a mix of a plum and apricot. This pluot was developed by carefully breeding different plums and apricots until the dinosaur plum was discovered. These pluots are a mix of 70% plum and 30% apricot.

6. Yellow Watermelon
You wouldn’t know it from the outside but on the inside of the watermelon is yellow flesh! While still tasting like a watermelon, the yellow watermelon’s flavor is a little more light, fresh and sweet.

5. Red Fleshed Apple
This bizarre apple naturally grows in central Asia. Wild red fleshed apples from Kazakhstan don’t taste all that great but are very healthy.

4. Pangium Edule
This fruit that hails from south east Asia is one with a dangerous secret. This large fruit is poisonous to humans as they contain a nasty poison called hydrogen cyanide.

3. Golden Melon
This superior variety of honeydew melon has a smooth exterior that is sweeter and juicier then its normal counterpart. This variety originates from Langkawi, Malaysia where they can grow these melons much faster than a normal melon.

2. Breadfruit
Bread what? Wait a second isn’t this jackfruit? Nope, breadfruit while similar in outer appearance is nothing like jackfruit. Although with that said breadfruit is a species of flowering tree in the mulberry and jackfruit family.

1. Bilimbi fruit
Tree sorrel, cucumber tree or Bilimbi fruit are the common names for this bizarre fruit. Hailing from Indonesia and Malaysia the Bilimbi fruit is small yellowish green fruit will shock your taste buds.

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Top 10 Foods You've Never Heard Of Part 6

From the most unusual tomato to the longest bean you’ve ever seen, I’ve got another stack of foods you’re going to want to add to your bucket list.

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Top 10 Fruits You've Never Heard Of Part 10

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As we dig deep into what the world has to offer, we found fruits with unusual colors, tastes and shapes all coming up on this episode of Top 10 Fruits You’ve Never Heard of Part 10.

10. Pineberry (Fragaria ananassa)

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9. Kerson Fruit (Muntingia calabura)

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8. Milk Apple - Star Apple (Chrysophyllum cainito)

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7. Cascade Oregon-grape (Mahonia aquifolium)

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6.Mangosteen (Garcinia mangostana)

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5. Langsat (Lansium parasiticum)

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4. Namnam fruit (Cynometra cauliflora)

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3. Pacific Crap Apple (Malus fusca)

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2. Borojo Fruit (Alibertia patinoi)

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1. Porcelain Berry (Ampelopsis brevipedunculata)

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Top 10 Fruits You've Never Heard Of Part 7

10. Barbadine - 0:13
This large green fruit also known as giant granadilla, giant tumbo or badea is smooth and waxy on the outside with a whitish flesh on the inside. The flesh has a dense outer layer with the inner part being soft and very much like the inner goo of passionfruit.
Grown on a vine like a passionfruit, it has a mild sweetness to it like a pear.

9. Calamansi Lime - 1:21
This little green lime has a surprising secret. It’s orange inside! These little orange fleshed limes pack a punch, they are incredibly sour with a unique taste of their own. Not only are these limes sour but sweet as well.

8. Dogfruit - 2:10
While not possessing the most appetizing name the Dogfruit or Jengkol as it’s also known, is a species of flowering tree in the pea family. Native to southeast Asia, this tree can reach up to 85 feet or 26 meters tall. The tree produces large seeds which are actually the pods of the fruit.

7. Green banana - 3:27
Only found in tropical regions of the world is the green banana. No we are not talking about an unripe banana, these green bananas won’t turn yellow as they ripen which makes it harder to tell when they are ripe. Luckily these bananas will go spotty just like a yellow one which is a good indicator of ripeness.

6. Donut Peach - 4:14
This unique variety of peach is native to China. The original flat peach variety was called peento which was first recorded in Chinese writings in 1100 B.C.
This squashed looking peach also goes by the names Sweetcap, Saucer peach, Saturn peach, Jupiter peach and Chinese peach.

5. Guamuchil - 5:00
This bizarre fruit is native to the Pacific coast of Mexico, Central and South America. It grows in a bean like pod, inside is white flesh with a black seed that looks like a watermelon seed. The fruit’s texture is similar to that of dry coconut with a unique floral taste.

4. Ugli Fruit - 5:45
Native to Jamaica this citrus fruit is a form of tangelo. Originally found growing wild the Ugli fruit was created by hybridizing a grapefruit, orange and tangerine for commercial production. Sporting a lumpy not so round exterior, a discolored green and orange skin, brown spots and saggy droopy look, it’s not wonder how this fruit got its name.

3. Starfruit - 6:47
The carambola or starfruit is an oddly shaped fruit that yields an almost perfect star shape when cut in half. Native to the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam, Nepal, India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Mauritius and Seychelles this fruit grows on a tree that can produce up to 400 pounds or 180 kilograms of fruit a year.

2. Bintawa - 7:58
This south east asian fruit is native to Malaysia, Sumatra and Borneo. Also known as mentawa or entawak, this fruit is primarily a wild grown fruit with very little organized production of them.

1. Chocolate Vine - 8:51
The five leaf akebia vine or chocolate vine is a flowering woody vine that is considered invasive in my parts of the world. Native to china, korea and Japan this vine grows well in North America especially on the west coast around Vancouver Island.

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Top 10 Fruits You've Never Heard Of Part 8

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10.King Coconut
This football shaped yellow coconut is uncommon but delicious. Much sweeter than a normal coconut the king coconut is unique in that it doesn’t have a husk. Often referred to as ‘coconut for drinking’ the golden coconut is full of not only coconut water but milk as well. Grown primarily in south-east asia the king coconut is native to Sri-lanka.

9. Pandanus conoideus - Red Fruit
Looking like a giant cob or red corn, the Pandanus conoideus is a plant in the pandan family. Consumed primarily in papua indonesia, the locals call them buah merah or red fruit. It also goes by the names of screwpine, kuansu, buah merah, cokelate, oil pandan and red pandanus.

8. Wanyi
Predominantly grown in the wild forests of eastern Borneo, the wanyi fruit is larger than a mango with green to yellowish brown fruit with white flesh inside. Found also on the island of Bali this fruit is one that needs to sought out to be had as you won’t find this jungle fruit in the city.

7. Velvet Apple
This fuzzy fruit also known as butter fruit, mabolo or kamagong is native to the philippines. A close relative to the persimmon this fruit is varies between yellow to reddish brown. This fruit has a very creamy, edible flesh with a repulsive smell to it.

6. Calligonum Junceum
This Chinese bush fruit is so unknown that it doesn’t even have an English name. Grown on a perennial low growing shrub from 13 inches to 31 inches or 35 - 80 cm in height. This bush has small leaves, scraggly branches and a unique little fruit.

5. Quince
Once cultivated in ancient babylon, the quince was sacred to Aphrodite. It is said that Greek brides would chew a piece of quince before entering the bridal chamber to ensure having fresh sweet breathe. Given to monarchs and aristocrats during the middle ages the quince was apart of royal culinary events.

4. Hog Plum | Jocote (Spondias purpurea)
This fruit also going by the names of spanish plum, red, yellow or purple mombin or jocote is a small spotty, glossy skinned fruit that varies from green to red in color. Native to tropical regions of the Americas, Jocote is most commonly found anywhere from Mexico to Brazil and the Caribbean.

3. Garambullo Fruit
This Mexican cactus fruit sometimes called Mexican cranberry at first glance will appear to be a blueberry. The big giveaway it isn’t is the giant cactus they grow on which makes picking these fruits difficult.

2. Noni Fruit
This fruit grows on the morinda citrifolia tree, a member of the coffee family. Southeast Asia and Australia call this fruit home, across all the different regions this fruit has over 100 different names for it. The more common ones are Indian mulberry, great morinda, beach mulberry, starvation fruit, cheese fruit and vomit fruit.

1.Chocolate Pudding fruit
Diospyros nigra or the black sapote as it’s also known, is a creamy brown pudding like fruit. Native to Mexico, the Caribbean, Central America and Colombia, this fruit grows on a large tree that can be 80 feet or 25 meters tall.

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10. Chilean Guava (Ugni molinae)
9. Korean Melon (Cucumis melo L. variety makuwa)
8. Amla (Phyllanthus emblica)
7. Coco de Mer (Lodoicea maldivica)
6. White Sapote (Casimiroa edulis)
5. Jumbo Blueberry
4. Plumier’s Bromelia (Bromelia Karatas)
3. Nance Fruit (Byrsonima crassifolia)
2. Golden Honeydew
1. Magnolia Fruit (Magnolia grandiflora)

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From wild tropical favorites to a parasitic fruit that grows underground we countdown the top 10 fruits you’ve never heard of part 14.

10. Pandanus Affinis (Benstonea affinis)
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9. (Hydnora abyssinica)
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8. Jungle Jack (Artocarpus Hirsutus)
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7.Kapok Fruit (Ceiba pentandra)
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6. (Garcinia Tanzaniensis)
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5. Alpine Strawberry (Fragaria Vesca)
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4. Corkwood Fruit (Musanga cecropioides)
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3. Spotted White Fig (Ficus virens)
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2. BunchBerry (Cornus x unalaschkensis) (Cornus canadensis)
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Top 10 Fruits You've Never Heard Of Part 13

Ranging from my neighbour front yard to the deep depths of the Borneo rainforests we countdown the top 10 fruits you’ve never heard of part 13.

10. Cat Poop Berry (Viburnum Brandywine)

9. Pudu (Artocarpus Kemando)
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8. Susun Kelapa (Tabernaemontana pauciflora)
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7. Hicaco / coco plum (Chrysobalanus icaco)
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6. Rambai (Baccaurea motleyana)
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5. Cabbage Bark Fruit (Andira inermis)
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4. Barhi Date
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3. Asian Pear (Pyrus pyrifolia)

2. Coffee Berry (Frangula californica)
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1. Annatto | Achiote | Lipstick Fruit (Bixa orellana)
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Top 10 Fruits You've Never Heard Of Part 11

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We’re back again bringing you rare and unique fruits from around the world. Coming up on this episode of Top 10 Fruits You’ve Never Heard of Part 11.

10.Callicarpa Americana - Beautyberry
9. Artocarpus hypargyreus - Kwai muk
8.Calamus manillensis - Rattan Fruit
7. Quandong (Elaeocarpus) Edible
6. Maclura pomifera - Osage orange
5. Santa Claus Melon
4.Kiwi berry
3. Symphoricarpos - Snowberry
2. Malus ‘Jan Kuperus’ - Jan Kuperus Crab Apple
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Top 10 Fruits You've Never Heard Of Part 9

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10 . Cotton fruit (Sandoricum koetjape)
Native to indonesia the cotton fruit or the santol as it’s also called was introduced to indochina, sri lanka, india, northern australia, mauritius and the seychelles. The tree can reach up to 150 feet or 45 meters tall which can produce one of two varieties the yellow and red with the red being more common.

9. Java Plum (Syzygium cumini)
Home to the Indian Subcontinent, this evergreen tropical tree is commonly known as the java plum, jambolan, black plum, jamun, malabar plum and duhat. Growing on a tree that reaches 100 feet or 30 meters tall, this slow growing tree will live for more than 100 years. Introduced to Florida in 1911 and is also commonly grown in Trinidad, Tobago, Guyana and Suriname, this fruit is also found in Hawaii but is considered an invasive species there. Brought to

8. Rambutan (Nephelium lappaceum)
Native to Indonesia and Malaysia the rambutan naturally grows in Vietnam, Philippines, Thailand and other countries in southeast asia. This member of the soapberry family is related to other spherical fruits like longan and lychee. Grown on a tree that’ll reach 40 - 60 feet or 12 to 18 meters tall, this member of the soapberry will grow and survive for 20 years.

7. Tigger Melon
Originating from western Armenia near the Tigris River, this melon prefers the hot summer sun in temperate and Mediterranean regions. They grow on a climbing vine but since they don’t weigh much, there is less demand on the trellis itself making this an ideal melon to grow pretty much anywhere a small growing structure can be built.

6. Dragon fruit (Hylocereus undatus)
Found in the deserts of central america initially, or at least believe so the dragon fruit or pitaya or strawberry pear is a large red fruit on the outside with flesh and taste qualities somewhat mimicking a kiwi.

5. Finger Lime (Citrus australasica)
The finger lime also called the Australian Finger Lime originated down under but is now cultivated in California as well. Established as a new commercial crop, this unique lime is starting to pop in places it’s never been seen before.

4. Tayberry (Rubus fruticosus x R. idaeus)
Patented in 1979, the tayberry is a mix of a blackberry and raspberry. Named after the river tay in scotland, they grow on lateral branches that can reach up to 7 feet long.

3. Naranjilla (Solanum quitoense)
This Subtropical perennial plant grows in northwestern south america most commonly Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Panama and Costa Rica. Called naranjilla or little orange in Ecuador or lulo in Colombia this member of the nightshade family is produced on an attractive plant with large oval leaves that are covered in short purple hairs.

2. Keledang (Artocarpus lanceifolius)
Hailing from south-east asia the Keledang fruit or monkey jackfruit is most commonly found in thailand, banka, lingga, Riau Island, Borneo, the Malay Peninsula and Sumatra.

1. Kesusu (Prainea limpato)
A rare and unknown fruit the kesusu is also known as Ematak, Buruni, tumpang, and Karon. Belonging to the same plant family as the jackfruit as the others on this list, the Kesusu is an extremely rare jungle fruit of Borneo. They have also been found in Malaysia, Sumatra, New Guinea and Moluccas.

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The world is full bizarre and unique fruits. Familiar flavors you thought could never be mimicked are cleverly contained in a delicious fruit hanging right on the tree.

10. Ice cream bean - 0:18
This large bean isn’t what you’re expecting. This doesn’t taste like grandma’s green beans this amazing fruit tastes like vanilla ice cream. The ice cream bean grows on incredibly fast growing tree. The tree will begin to start producing the ice cream bean within 3 years of germination.

9. Kelsey plum fruit - Green Plum - 1:24
This heart shaped plum is a unique variety that is green. Originally a Japanese plum they are grown around the world where any normal variety of plum will grow. This plum tastes sweet, light and crisp with a slight amount of tart flavor near the peel.

8. Peruvian Apple Cactus Fruit - 2:01
The Peruvian Apple cactus is a columnar cactus that slowly grows to a height of 49 feet or 15 meters. Now you’d probably expect these fruits to be native to Peru but they aren’t, they’re actually native to Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and Paraguay.

7. Summer Punch Pluot - 2:50
Deep purple with glints of blue on the outside, deep purply red on the inside the summer punch pluot has to be one of the most delicious stone fruits in the world. This hybrid mix of an apricot and a plum is easily distinguished by its deep purple color with blue and white specs that almost looks like the night sky wrapped around a fruit.

6. Golden Kiwi - 3:29
When it comes to taste this variety of kiwi is much sweeter with almost no tartness a green kiwi has. It’s very fruity, light and refreshing which goes well in a fruit salad. These kiwi’s are typically smaller than their fuzzy green counterparts. The golden kiwi tends to be softer and more fragile on the inside. Kiwi’s originated in China but have become popular through the commercialization of them in New Zealand. Russell Lowe naturally bred the golden kiwi variety from a single seedling and has since patented this plant.

5. Green Mango - 4:23
This mango may look like an unripe mango but it actually never changes color. For this reason it’s more difficult to figure out when it is ready to eat. These mangos will still soften and wrinkle like a normal mango so just look for those signs as well as black spots to see if it’s ripe.

4. Che - 5:43
This weird fruit is also known as Chinese Che, Chinese Mulberry, Cudrang, Mandarin Melon Berry and Silkworm Thorn. The Che tree is native to eastern Asia but became popular in Japan and eventually moving over to England and Europe around the 1870s then the United States around 1930. The leaves of Che tree serve as a backup source of food for the silkworm, when the leaves of the mulberry tree are not available.

3. Egg Fruit - 6:45
This fruit that grows to the size of your entire hand is also known as canistel, yellow sapote and Vietnam avocado. The tree that grows this unique fruit reaches 33 feet or 10 meter tree in size.
The egg fruit will be very hard when it’s unripe but once it starts to ripen it’ll get soft quickly.

2. Surinam cherry - 7:41
This highly adaptable member of the Eugenia species of fruit, the surinam cherry is very distinctive with it’s red / orange coloring and unique bulbous ridges. This unique little fruit grows on a tree or shrub that reaches up to 25 feet or 7.5 meters tall.

1. Peanut Butter Fruit - 8:52
An uncommon and unique fruit for sure, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Colombia call this fruit home. This upright growing plant, produces multiple yellow flowers that'll turn into the peanut butter fruit. Each flower has 2 fruit that will grow from it. The tree itself grows to a height of 5 - 15 feet or 3 - 5 meters. The fruit is very soft making them not ideal for commercial production. Peanut butter fruit tastes like peanuts with a woody earthy flavor also with mild sweetness to it. The texture of the fully ripened fruit is smooth like peanut butter except the 1 to 2 seeds that are inside. These small oval shaped fruits are the size of a small plum. . The peanut butter fruit is good for the heart, it helps reduce cholesterol levels and supports proper nerve function in the body. So if you have an allergy to peanuts but want to enjoy that taste this is the fruit for you!

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10. Sapodilla - 0:17
Sapodilla or Chikoo as it’s known on the Indian sub continent, is a fruit that is commercially grown for making chewing gum. This Central American fruit is brown on the outside and orange. The flesh looks like a cantelope on the inside but don’t be fooled it tastes nothing like one. The sapodilla tastes sweet but with almost a savory note to it.

9. Durian - 1:07
This iconic spiky fruit grows on a tree that can be as tall as a 15 story building. It is known as the king of fruits, durian has been known to increase libido and is considered a warming food, after eating during one may feel their body temperature rise like wrapped in a warm blanket. Durian is a rich source of folic acid, folate, iron, manganese and copper.

8. Tamamoro - 2:05
The tree tomato or Tamamoro is a brightly colored fruit that can be yellow, red or orange. This fruit is native to Ecuador, Colombia, Peru, Chile and Bolivia. Tamamoro grows on a tree that measure 16 feet or 5 meters tall that produces fruit 4 years after being planted. It tastes sour and pungent, leaves you with dry mouth. The flavor is strong and not particularly good which is why it is recommended to eat it blended with lemon and apple.

7. Prickly Pear - 3:00
The cactus pear or prickly pear is a fruit that grows right off the pad of a cactus. This is not to be confused with the cactus apple which is a different fruit all together. Prickly pears grow in areas with desert conditions and thrive in lower, warmer elevations. It can be very difficult to pick them, use tongs to avoid spine pricks.

6. White Currant - 4:05
These small berries are native to Europe and grow on a bush that is as tall as a person. They are commonly known as white currant or as swedish berries. These berries grow in clusters on various parts of the bush which always show up during the summer months. They taste different then black or red currants most notably they are sweeter. There are different varieties of white currants including one that is a light pink color. They are high in fiber, vitamins B,C,E and K as well as calcium, iron, manganese, phosphorus and potassium.

5. Hami Melon - 4:51
This melon also referred to as Chinese Hami melon or snow melon comes from the Hami region of Northern China. This delicious melon was given to Qing emperors for centuries by the people of the Hami region. The hami melon is typically 1.5 to 2x larger than a cantaloupe but can be the size of a watermelon.

4. Thai Banana - 5:38
Now you might be wondering why is a banana on this list? Well the thai banana is no ordinary banana, the taste is so exceptional they earned a spot of their own. Thai bananas as you might have guessed come from Thailand and are easily identified by their shape. They are short, fat bananas that almost look like baby bananas but with a larger circumference. The taste of these bananas is really hard to put into words but if you start with the taste of a normal grocery store cavendish banana, add a lot more sweetness then add in some very unique tropical flavours. It’s almost like they have hints of mango, coconut and passionfruit in there not only in taste but with the smell as well.

3. Loquat - 6:50
This unique little fruit is native to south-central China. It can commonly be found in Japan, Korea and some parts of India and Pakistan. So if you’re from one of these countries you’ve probably heard of this fruit before. The loquat tastes very refreshing. It’s incredibly juicy with a nice light citrus note. It almost tastes like a mild lemon and a watermelon mixed together.

2. Palmyra Fruit - 7:40
This small round fruit grows on the Palmyra palm. The fruit can vary in size from ½ the size of your hand to a full hand size. They grow in clusters and are covered in a black skin followed by a white husk, once the top of the fruit is cut off 3 pods are revealed. These jelly pods are clear like a lychee, longan or langsat, have no pit and a much milder taste to them.

1. Achacha - 8:34
This humble looking fruit is related to mangosteen. They are traditionally grown in the southern part of the Amazon basin in the central part of Bolivia but have recently been planted on a commercial scale in Burdekin, Australia. Full grown they are the size of a small pear that contains a firm shell that can be opened with your teeth. They tastes like a mangosteen but with a very floral aftertaste.

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10.Aguaje Fruit / Moriche palm fruit
-Aguaje fruit is native to Peru and regions of Brazil
-It doesn’t have a strong flavour, some say it tastes like a carrot but seems you either like it or you don’t
-Believed to be the fruit for women, the moriche palm fruit is believed to balance hormones, reduce hot flashes and restore estrogen values
-Naturally occurring phyto-hormones in the fruit mimic female oestrogen in the body, when consumed it naturally supports hormones in the body making it a go to fruit for women going through menopause
-This palm fruit contains up to 12x more beta carotene than carrots making it the highest plant source of vitamin A in the world

9. Pepino
-This small fruit, that comes from South America, has the appearance of small apple or pear mixed with a squash or melon.
-It grows on small bushes which is unique given the size of fruit being produced
-The Pepino is native to Colombia, Peru and Chile
-Commercial production of the fruit takes place in New Zealand, Western Australia and Chile.
-If you’re looking to try one make sure the fruit is yellow and not green

8.Cupuacu
-A surprising mix for sure, this fruit is actually related to cocoa and can weigh of to 4 lbs
-The pulp tastes of pear with hints of banana with a distinct sour taste to it.
-It’s most often used in creating sweets and desserts but has recently rose in popularity as the new superfruit
-It has very thick flesh that is creamy and often used as a lotion.
-Cupuacu is full of antioxidants, apparently helps reduce pain for women in labor, an abundant source of vitamins and contains phytonutrient polyphenols which help treat respiratory problems.


7. Mamoncillo
-Looks like a lime on the outside with a yellow jelly on the inside
-Tastes a little bit sweet and tart. The texture is very stringy and not all that juicy.
-Huge white seed on the inside, 80% of the fruit is seed with only 20% being the jelly coating

6.Bambangan Fruit
-Bambangan is only grown the state of Sabah, Malaysia which a state on the western side of the island of Borneo
-The fruit has a very thick rind with a corrosive sap that you don’t want to get on you while peeling
-There isn’t a lot of fruit on the inside and it has a giant seed which takes up the majority of the space
-Locals will actually grind up the seed and eat it on salads


5.Tarap / Marang
-It closely resembles jackfruit, breadfruit and cempedak but differs in taste
-They typically weigh around 3 lbs and grow to the size of 2 hands put together


4.Cacao Fruit
-The white flesh that covers the cocoa beans is what we are talking about here.
-It’s commonly used to make 5% fermented alcoholic beverage or used in smoothies, jelly or straight juice
-The taste is sweet with a little bit of tang to it
-You’ll find these wonders of nature in any hot tropical climate.

3.Cashew Apple
-This unique fruit is attached to the cashew nut, now technically cashews are actually seeds not nuts and come with a protective shell
-The outside is like an apple but it’s soft on the inside. The inside looks like a mango has has a taste of it’s own.
-The skin of the cashew apple is fragile, for this reason is isn’t commercially shipped around the world

2.Cloudberry
-Cloudberry, also called bakeapple in Newfoundland, knotberry in England, evron in Scotland or low-bush salmonberry in Alaska, which is not to be confused with just plain salmonberry which is a different fruit.
-They are rich in vitamin C, have a soft and juicy texture with a distinctive tart taste to them

1.Monstera deliciosa
-The entire monstera deliciosa plant is poisonous except the ripe fruit. The fruit unripe is poisonous as well, beware!

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Rare tropical fruits from around the world are often never exported. In today's video we'll cover the top 10 fruits you've never heard of. From amazing delicious tropical fruits to weird, gritty fruits growing in your own backyard we cover them all. It's important to remember that not all fruits look like fruits and you'll soon learn what I'm talking about.

10. Salak Fruit - 0:12
Salak fruit, also known as snake fruit, comes from a species of palm tree in south east asia. It gets it’s name from it’s scaly snake like appearance and is about the size of a fig. The outer shell and seed are inedible but the yellowish flesh is, which has the appear of a clove of garlic but tastes mostly sweet with a bit of sour and hints of pineapple and banana.

9. Buddha’s Hand - 0:30
Buddha’s Hand is an abnormally shaped fruit that looks like the mixture of a squid and a lemon. It comes from a small tree or bush that originates from China and India, and has long been used as an ornamental fruit in ceremonies and gardens. It is often used in Japan as room fragrance, or used to perfume personal items like clothing. Buddha’s hand has the fragrance similar to lavender, contains no seeds or juice just an oily pith.

8. Wood Apple - 1:01
Wood Apples, native to India, have the shape of an apple but appears to be made of wood. Wood Apples are reputed for their medicinal properties, which includes relief of constipation, diarrhea, indigestion and respiratory problems.

7. Gac Fruit - 1:28
Gac fruit, which originates in south east asian, is an orange to reddish colored fruit on the outside with a blood red inside that resembles bloody organs. Gac fruit is an incredibly rare fruit that is only harvested in December and January and often served at Vietnamese ceremonies and weddings. It has the very, very mild tropical taste but primarily overwhelms your senses with how creamy it is. It’s most commonly mixed with gluten rice to make a bright red rice dish called Xoi Gac.

6. Jabuticaba - 2:00
Jabuticaba, is a grape like fruit that grows right out of the bark of the Jabuticababeira tree. Jabuticaba has anti cancer properties, can be used to treat swollen tonsils and is an effective treatment for asthma and diarrhea when dried out.

5. Lakoocha - 2:19
Monkey fruit, is a highly nutritious fruit that comes from the Artocarpus Lacucha tree which is a species of the Moraceae family found in India. The best way to describe it is a mixture of sweet, sour, tangy with a citrus overtones. Lakoocha fruit can help treat arthritis swelling, dysentery, clean wounds and prevent hair loss.

4. Miracle Berry - 2:49
Miracle Berry originates from west africa. It tastes very sweet but a little tart a lot lot like a peach or apricot. Miracle berry contains miraculin a protein that binds to the taste buds but becomes active when mixed with acids. The side effect is that the tongue will no longer taste sour or bitter flavors.

3. Strawberry Tree Fruit (Arbutus Unedo) - 3:19
Strawberry tree fruit comes from an evergreen shrub that grows all over the world. It has a similar appearance to a strawberry but tastes bland, bitter, a little tart and gritty.

2. Hala Fruit - 3:37
Hala fruit is a species of screwpine that is native to eastern Australia and Hawaii. Hala has a spherical core with up to 200 phalanges that grow outwards. Theses phalanges contain a very sweet juice, for this reason you would tend to chew on hala fruit vs. eat hala fruit. Hala trees produce a group of fruits which average between 1 and 2 dozen per group.

1. Ackee Fruit - 4:16
Ackee fruit is a member of the soapberry family as are longan and lychee. It has a very strong taste of …. you guessed it..cheddar cheese, what else would a rare tropical fruit taste like. The fruit is pear shaped that turns from green to red to orange then splits open to reveal 3 large black seeds. These seeds are wrapped in a yellow spongy flesh which is the only edible part, the seed and the rind are both highly poisonous. If you consume either of those you’ll get what is called “Jamaican Vomiting Sickness”. Ackee originates in west africa but was imported to jamaica and now a days is common in the caribbean.

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9. Wintergreen Berry (Gaultheria procumbens)
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3. Chokeberries - Aronia Berries (Aronia melanocarpa)
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2. Wild cranberry (Vaccinium macrocarpon)
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Crowberry (Empetrum nigrum)
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From the Canadian rainforests of British Columbia to the grasslands of Africa, we count down the top 10 fruits you've never heard of part 15.

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8. Aglaia teysmanniana
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7. Barberry (Berberis)

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5.Garcinia atroviridis
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4. Red Huckleberry (Vaccinium parvifolium)
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3. Baccaurea racemosa
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2. Lychee (Litchi chinensis)

1. Fragrant Pear (Pyrus ussuriensis Maxim)

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Around the world are plants that produce fruits that look delicious but are deadly.

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10ᗛArum maculatum - Wild Arum Fruit
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9ᗛWild Cucumber Echinocystis lobata
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3ᗛEuropean Spindle - Euonymus europaeus
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1ᗛDoll’s Eyes - White Baneberry Actaea pachypoda
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Top 10 Fruits You've Never Heard Of

In this video, I’ll be sharing with you 10 fruits you probably didn’t know existed! Fruits such as Star Apple, Mangosteen, and Soursop. The Star Apple is a purple or green fruit with super sweet, white, juicy flesh on the inside. It’s named the Star Apple because when you cut it in half it looks the shape of a star. Mangosteen is an exotic, tropical fruit with a slightly sweet and sour flavor. It's from Southeast Asia but can be found in other places too. The fruit is sometimes called purple mangosteen because of the deep purple color it has when it’s ripe. See more exotic fruits n this video!

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