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Top 10 Rarest Fruits in the World


Top 10 Rarest Fruits in the World

This video is about ten rarest fruits found in the world like Mangosteen which is a tropical evergreen tree which mainly grown in southeast Asia. It’s fruit is sweet tangy juicy somewhat fibrous with fluid-filled vesicles like the flesh of citrus fruits, with an inedible deep reddish-purple colored rind when ripe.

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Top 10 Rarest And Tastiest Fruits In The World

We almost eaten various kinds of fruits like Apple Banana mango Orange etc. but there are some rarest fruits which are easily not available but when you eat them they are sweet delicious healthy tasty and nutritious. These fruits are rarest because they are grown in some specific type of climate and soil. This video contain the list of top 10 rarest and tastiest fruits in the world.

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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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11. Rangpur
The Rangpur is a fruit hybrid made naturally by crossbreeding a lemon and a Mandarin orange. It’s grown in Asia, South America, and North America. But, it goes by different names depending on the region.

10: Plumcot
Can you guess what it is?? The Plumcot is a hybrid of a plum and an apricot! It was made by Luther Burbank, who was a fruit cultivator, at the turn of the 20th century.
He undertook some of the earliest experiments in plant breeding. His Plumcot was 50% plum and 50% apricot.

Number 9: Tangelos
Also called the honeybell, it’s a citrus hybrid of the pomelo and Thompson tangerine. The fruits are the size of a human fist and taste like tangerines.
The skin is easier to peel than that of oranges. But, you can easily distinguish them since they have a characteristic knob at the top. On the inside, they have few seeds complementing their juiciness.

8: Pluots
Although speaking of pluots, Floyd Zaiger built on the breakthroughs of Luther Burbank to make the Pluot. He holds more than 500 patents and many consider him the master of interspecific fruit breeding! How’s that for something to be known for! Pretty cool right?

7: Peacotum
Can you figure out the fruits that made this hybrid? I’ll give you a moment to leave your guesses in the comments below!!This one is kind of tricky!!
Peacotums look like Pluots and Plumcots. So, they must have plum and apricot genes. Surprisingly, Peacotums also contain peach genes and were developed by Zaiger's Genetics Inc.

6: Pineberries
Pineberries are strawberries with a slight pineapple flavor, which is the reason why they are called pineberries!
While typical strawberries have a red flesh and white seeds, pineberries have white flesh and red seeds.

Number 5: Limequat
The Limequat is a cross of the Key Lime also known as the Mexican Lime, and the Kumquat fruit that’s native to China.
Did you know that Kumquat is the only citrus fruit that can be eaten whole?
Moreover, the peel is the sweetest part of the fruit, and its insides are sour. Yeah! It’s a strange fruit.

Number 4: Tayberry
This is an exciting cross between a raspberry and blackberry. It acquired its size from the raspberry and the juiciness and sweetness from the blackberry.
It was patented in 1979 after farmers discovered a way to cross its parents successfully. The name came from River Tay in Scotland.

3: Blood Limes
Also called the Australian Blood Lime, it’s an incredible hybrid developed during the CSIRO project that sought to find salt-resistant crops.
It’s a cross of the red finger lime and the Ellendale mandarin hybrid. Despite being unsuitable to grow in high-salt concentrations, it has enjoyed commercial success.

Number 2: Jostaberry
The Jostaberry (pronounced as yust-a-berry) is a complex hybrid made by crossing the blackcurrant, with the European gooseberry, and the North American coastal black gooseberry.
Despite the extensive cultivation of gooseberries and blackcurrants in Europe, they have never taken hold in the United States.

Number 1: Cotton Candy Grapes
Cotton Candy grapes are not flossy or fluffy, nor do they smell like cotton candy. They resemble ordinary green grapes in all aspects.
However, when they pop in your mouth, the first thing you’ll think about is the cotton candy flavor.

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#7. “Monstera Deliciosa”-- Native to Panama and Mexico the Monstera Deliciosa, also known as the Swiss Cheese Plant is like the fruit version of the Japanese Pufferfish, extremely toxic but if prepared correctly one of the most delicious delicacies imaginable. The fruit itself doesn’t look like much, kind of like a hard corn cob that is bright shade of green, but inside there is a fruit that has people risking their lives to indulge in its juices.The seeds and skin of the plant are chock full of poison but if you wait for the fruit to be ripe enough the poison inside loses it potency. Once the flesh is carefully removed it can be eaten raw and is said to taste like a more mellow vegetal pineapple and have a similar consistency.

#6. “Jabuticaba”--Is that some weird spherical fungus growing of that tree? Has an extraterrestrial coated the tree in dark purple eggs? No, that’s just the Jabuticaba tree and yes its fruit grow in clusters straight out of the trees branches and trunk. This bizarre tree is found throughout South America mainly in Brazil where it is referred to colloquially as the Brazilian Grape Tree. The fruit, the same hue as a plum and the size of a blueberry, is a wildly popular fruit used in a wide variety of local desserts. It is said to have a taste that like a combination of grapes, strawberries and melons. Because the fruit naturally starts to ferment three days after being plucked it has also become a common source of homemade liquor and wine.

#5. “Soursop”-- The soursop is the twisted spiky cousin of cherimoya and shares many of the same characteristics. The fruit is commonly found in the Caribbean, Mexico and the northern parts of South America and like the cherimoya has a creamy flesh that is flavored like a citrusy cross between a pineapple and strawberry. Beyond being intensely scrumptious the Soursop is one of the healthiest foods in the world. Other than being filled with B and C vitamins the fruit contains large amounts of cancer-fighting antioxidants. The Soursop has long been used by locals for the treatment of various conditions like respiratory illnesses and arthritis because of its anti-inflammatory attributes. Not only that but the indigenous caribbean people have used it for thousands of years as the main ingredient in a relaxing tea that alleviates stress and insomnia. The seeds once crushed are often made into various types of topical ointments and powders that is reported to reduce wrinkles and other signs of aging.

Top 10 Vegetables You've Never Heard Of

10. Salsify
This vegetable is a member of dandelion family, it's colored dark brownish black on the outside, with a white creamy inside. This vegetable is perfect for those who love seafood as it has the taste of oysters when cooked. It is typically eaten boiled, mashed, stewed and in soups. Salsify not only produces a starchy root but a purple ornamental flower as well. It is available year round with peak season being October through January. Salsify is high in carbohydrates, low in fat , full of nutrients and low in sodium making it a healthy source of energy.

9. Yuca Root
This root also called manioc, cassava or brazilian arrowroot is a long brown root vegetable like a potato. The outside texture is very tough and rough and almost always peeled. The inside is white and starchy with very little flavour. This vegetable is used for it’s ability to transform into other forms like flour, shreds and mashed. The leaves of the yuca root are high in protein which provides a decent source of macros from a single plant. The yuca is not only consumed by humans but also a good source of food for cows, goats and sheep.

8. Tiger Nut
The tiger nut, which is actually a root vegetable, is an ancient superfood from africa. The tiger nut is currently grown in spain and west africa and is also called chufa, nutsedge and nut grass. This nut is full of antioxidants, magnesium, potassium, and fiber. If your diet is low in fiber 1 oz of tiger nuts has 40% of the recommended daily fiber intake.

7. Mo Qua
This chinese vegetable has the appearance of a cucumber. The outside is hard like a carrot but furry like a kiwi. The inside is smooth and looks like a daikon with similar texture too. You cook it just like you would a daikon or carrot and the texture cooked is about the same. It tastes like daikon but with a strong dose of bitterness.

6. White Asparagus
This unique variety of asparagus is easy to find in germany, also available in other european countries like spain, france, switzerland and the netherlands. It is low in calories, and high in vitamins and minerals. The reason white asparagus is so common in germany is that many places in germany have sandy soil which provides the perfect conditions for growing white asparagus.

5. Nopal
This unique vegetable is actually edible pads of cacti. They are made into a salad also served with eggs or meat as a common mexican dish. The Nopal is high in manganese and vitamin c, and contains a good amount of calcium and magnesium as well.

4. Green Lo Bok
This weird vegetable looks like a field cucumber on the outside but when you slice into it, the appearance is of an orange but green and white. The inside texture feels like a cucumber but more firm, when steamed the green lo bok doesn’t change a lot in texture, it just gets a little bit softer.

3. Oca
The Oca or New Zealand “apricot” yam is a root vegetable that is grown in central Peru and northern Bolivia. The oca is grown in a unique condition as in grown between 2800 to 4100 meters above sea level which is 9000 to 13500 feet. The oca can be eaten raw, baked, boiled, mashed, roasted or fried.

2. Romanesco
The romanesco is a cruciferous vegetable that is actually a flower. This unique vegetable taste just as you would guess, a mix of broccoli and cauliflower. They grow year round, are native to Europe and Asia and are a rich source of vitamin C, folic acid, potassium and fiber. What’s really amazing is the Romanesco grows in a perfect fractal which is what makes it so visually stunning to look at.

1. Fiddleheads
Fiddleheads are a weird vegetable not the average person consumes for dinner. They are consumed in this rolled up state which is this fern at a very young age. Some varieties like the bracken are highly toxic unless cooked thoroughly. They taste like a mix of asparagus, artichoke and pine nuts. The most common types of fiddleheads consumed are Ostrich fern, Lady fern, Cinnamon fern and Royal fern. They are high in nutrients like potassium, phosphorus, iron, magnesium and vitamins A,C and B3.


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Israeli researchers produced a genetically engineered tomato that tastes with its hint of lemon and rose aromas. Nearly 82 people have tested the experimental fruit against unmodified counterparts. It describes as perfume, rose, geranium and lemon grass.

A farmer in China has successfully grown pears in the shape of Buddha, and they are in high demand by customers.
Xianzhang Hao from China’s Hebei province grew 10,000 of these “Buddha pears” in his backyard, and now he is selling them for $8 each.
“These pears are really popular because they represent good luck,” Hao told Sina China.
Hao said he got the idea from an old Chinese myth about a magic fruit in the shape of Buddha. Whoever ate that rare fruit would gain immortality.

Cucumis metuliferus, horned melon or kiwano, also African horned cucumber or melon, jelly melon, hedged gourd, melano, is an annual vine in the cucumber and melon family, Cucurbitaceae. Its fruit has horn-like spines, hence the name horned melon. Ripe fruit has orange skin and lime green, jelly-like flesh with a refreshingly fruity taste, and texture similar to a passionfruit or pomegranate. metuliferus is native to Sub-Saharan Africa. It is now grown in the United States, Portugal, Italy, Germany, Chile, Australia, and New Zealand.

Rose Apple with its scientific name Syzygium aqueum, is an tropical, evergreen and low growing small tree. Botanically, it belongs to the Myrtaceae family and genus Syzygium. It is also called Water Apple and Bell Frfuit. The Rose Apple has different names in various languages such as French: Jambosier D’eau, Pomme D’eau; Japanese: Mizu Renbu; Spanish: Manzana De Agua, Perita Costena; Thai: Machomphu-Pa, Chom Pu Pa and Malaysia: Jambu Chili, Jambu Ayer. Water Rose Apple, Malay Rose Apple, Jambu and Java Rose Apple are the four different types of Rose Apple which are grown all over the world.

Pineberry is based on the original strawberry hybrids that arose in cultivation in Europe, with recent selective breeding to improve the plants. It is a hybrid of Fragaria chiloensis, originating in South America, and Fragaria virginiana, originating in North America, the same parentage as the garden strawberry Fragaria × ananassa. The first commercial cultivation occurred in 2010 in the Netherlands and Belgium.

Square watermelons are watermelons grown into the shape of a cube. This is generally intended for space efficiency in small refrigerators. The practice of growing cube watermelons is popular in Japan. However, the cube watermelons are often very expensive and therefore are sold more as an ornamental novelty.

The ackee, also known as achee, ackee apple or ayee (Blighia sapida) is a member of the Sapindaceae (soapberry family), as are the lychee and the longan. It is native to tropical West Africa in Cameroon, Gabon, São Tomé and Príncipe, Benin, Burkina Faso, Ivory Coast, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Mali, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone and Togo.

Snake fruit, more technically known as salak or salacca zalacca, is native to Indonesia but is now grown and produced around southeast Asia. The fruit grows on the salak palm tree, sprouting off the base of the palm in little clusters.
In Thailand, snake fruit is widespread, popular as a to-go snack on the streets of Bangkok (during season). Venders will often handle the dirty work, peeling the spiky exterior and packing the peeled fruit into convenient baggies for sale. Thais enjoy snakefruit dipped in a mixture of sugar and salt.

Red bananas are a variety of banana with reddish-purple skin. They are smaller and plumper than the common Cavendish banana. When ripe, raw red bananas have a flesh that is cream to light pink in color. They are also softer and sweeter than the yellow Cavendish varieties, with a slight mango flavor. Many red bananas are imported from producers in East Africa, Asia, South America and the United Arab Emirates. They are a favorite in Central America but are sold throughout the world.

Also known as the Fingered Citron, the Buddha's Hand is one of the oldest citrus fruits. Sometimes described as a “lemon with fingers,” this strange citrus is treasured for its sweet floral fragrance and mild zest. Inside the fruit there is little to no flesh or juice — it's all rind and pith.

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10. Lemon Drop Pepper
Being a member of the capsicum or hot pepper family, the lemon drop pepper gets its names from lemony flavour and appearance. Being small in size, about the length of a jalapeno, this pepper is 6x hotter than one. This high yielding plant can produce up to 100 peppers in a season.

9. Orange Cauliflower
Not coming from a dye this orange tinted cauliflower gets its color from antioxidant anthocyanin, which can also be found in red cabbage. Sometimes called cheddar cauliflower this variety was discovered in 1970 in Canada.

8. Egyptian Luffa Fruit (Luffa aegyptiaca)
Originating from south and south-east asia this weird vegetable is known for being a sponge. Going by the names sponge gourd, egyptian cucumber, vietnamese luffa this isn’t the only luffa fruit out there.

7. Lemon Cucumber
Coming from the middle east during the 16th century this softball sized cucumber is most popular in India today. Other names this veggie goes by are apple cucumber, garden lemon, dosakai and budamkaya.

6. Horseradish
A staple of the ancient Greeks and Egyptians, horseradish originated from eastern europe. Brought to America in the 1800’s by settlers this root vegetable is commonly grown in Europe and the United States. Collinsville, Illinois is the major commercial producers of horseradish which features an International horseradish festival every year.

5. Birdhouse Gourd
Originating from southern Africa this gourd is also called: calabash, bottle gourd, white-flowered gourd, long melon, new guinea bean, tasmania bean. Gourds were one of the first cultivated plants not for consumption but the containers they offer.

4. Paris Market Round Carrot
This early persian market type carrot is instantly recognizable by its round shape. Popular in France this carrot is like an upgraded version of 19th century French heirlooms that would only yield carrots 1 to 2 inches in diameter.

3. Black Nightshade Berries
Early Native tribes being the Cherokee, Iroquois and Costanoan Indians used this plant and berry as a crucial supply of food and natural medicine. Considered to be a toxic, poisonous wee in some parts of the world or a staple food source in others, this berry is sometimes confused with the deadly nightshade berry which offers an unpleasant toxic hallucinogenic experience.

2. Cucamelon
Home to Mexico and Central America, the cucamelon is more commonly known as it’s spanish name sandita or little watermelon. Growing to the size of a grape, this veggie grows a thin climbing vine protruding off of it every half a foot. Offering a very crisp bite to get inside of it, it’s like eating a cucumber that has a more interesting flavor to it.

1. Maiz Morado or Kulli Corn
Dating back to the Incan Empire in 3000 - 2500 BC this purple corn originated in the mid-latitude region of peru. Spreading along the coast and up the Andes mountains the Incan empire used this corn for making natural dyes and beverages like chica morada a purple corn and pineapple based drink that was consumed fresh or fermented into an alcohol.


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For most of us, we are happy with a plate of spaghetti and meatballs, hamburger and fries or a sandwich when it comes to meal time. Of course, not everyone eats as we do. Around the world, different regions and cultures eat a variety of foods which we have never seen or even heard of. Fruits, meats and spices come in different forms and have varying importance depending on where you live. Often, cultural practices and regional restrictions dictate what many people in different regions eat. For instance, maritime countries often have a bounty of seafood with fewer dishes related to beef or pork. Other nations may have diets high in chicken or lamb while some may rely heavily on vegetable and fruit based diets.
All of this variety results in a world where the definition of what constitutes food is very broad. For instance, the fried tarantula treat of south-east Asia doesn’t seem out of place to the indigenous population. However, bring some fried eight-legged treats to North America and we’re betting more than a few people would be grossed out. There is such a broad variety of things that people are willing to eat that naturally some dangerous items work their way into the diet. In North America and Europe we think of things like fast and processed food as being dangerous because in the long run the preservatives, sugars, salts and fats can have harmful effects on our bodies. Heart disease, obesity, stroke and cancers are just a few of the dangers associated with our diet. What about the rest of the world.
Indeed, throughout the rest of the world there are foods that can be as dangerous, if not more dangerous, than the terrible things we put in our bodies. Just because these regions don’t have as close ties with processed and fatty foods as we do doesn’t mean there aren’t a few killer foods hanging around. In fact, rather than kill you slowly over time, these exotic foods can often strike quickly. The irony with many of these foods is that they trade the long term negative health effects found in North American food for a rapid and often poison related death. In many of the following examples, the exotic foods are extremely popular and consumed in great quantity every year. The catch is that they need to be prepared very carefully and in very specific ways in order to ensure there is no danger.
Poisonous fish, deadly fruits and potentially harmful meats are the types of exotic foods most of us would stay away from because they seem gross and liable to kill you. The funny thing is that to anyone from outside of the Western World, the same thing could be said about much of the modern diet we consume on a regular basis. It’s just a matter of picking your poison.

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10 Of The Most Weird And Exotic Fruits in The World You've Probably Never Heard Of
Fruit normally means the flesh seed associated structures of a plant that are sweet or sour, and edible in the raw state. There are many coomon fruits that we know and like to eat. This is only a small offering of the wide variety of delicious and exotic fruit that mother nature has in store. You may be surprised to learn about all the different weird and exotic fruits around the world that can open up an entirely new world to you. Here are 10 of the most weired and exotic fruits in the world you've probably never heard of
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Top 10 Rarest & Tastiest Fruits In The World

10. Cupuacu: Cupuacu mainly found in the wild Amazon rainforest. The fruit is also cultivated in some parts of of Peru. It is completely like a wild fruit, grows 8 inches in length and has an average weight of 2 kg. The fruit has thick shell and soft tastiest pulp inside. It also rich source of vitamin b1, b2 and b3. In fact cupuacu is from family of chocolate.

9. Cherimoya: Cherimoya fruit is a native to Andes, mountain range between Argentina and Chile. It is one of rare fruit grown in South America. The pulpy cherimoya is sweet and very fragrant. The greenish fruit has irregular oval shape and weighs up to 500 grams. Cherimoya contains essential vitamins, antioxidants and minerals.

8. Mangosteen: The mangosteen fruit is very rare in Western markets. It is native to Indonesia also found around few South Asian countries. The purple colored mangosteen contains fruity part inside a small shell. The tropical magosteen fruit contains no cholesterol and other types of fats. It is also a rich in vitamin C which help to prevent many infections.

7. Miracle Fruit: The small red colored miracle fruit is native to the tropical forests of West Africa. The miraculin (glycoprotein) within the fruit makes every food taste sweet. sweetening miracle fruits also help you to cut down the calories.

6. Durian: The seasonal durian fruit is known as ‘king of fruits’ across South Asian countries. The fruit is native to Indonesia and Malaysia. The presence of different combinations of chemical make the fruit smell awful. Many countries like Singapore, Thailand, China and Japan banned the durian fruit in public because of it’s powerful scent.

5. African Horned Cucumber: African horned cucumber is one of the oldest fruits in the world. The fruit was originated 3000 years ago in Africa. It is also called as ‘blow fish fruit’, named after it’s yellowish outer shell with spines like horns. The fruity part of horned cucumber is green with lots of seeds. The outer shell of the fruit is rich in vitamin c.

4. Jabuticaba: Jabuticaba is a rare purple colored fruit native to Southeastern Brazil. Unlike other fruits jabuticaba bear in trunk of a tree. It looks like grapes but has tougher outer skin. The fruit grows up to a size of one inch in diameter. The whitish pulp of the fruit is very fragrant and sweet.

3. Physalis: Physalis is an exotic fruit native to South America. The fruit is related to tomato family and has a transparent leaf like husk itself is the main attraction of this fruit. The fruit also has the same acidity as that of a tomato. The presence of Vitamin C, B and Iron within this fruit makes it as a special herb in a number of traditional medicines.

2. Rambutan: Rambutan fruit grows across South East Asia. This exotic oval shapes fruit has a pinky hair exterior. It is named after Malaysian word ‘rambut’ means hairs. The rambutan trees bear fruits in fall and late spring season. Rambutan has the same taste as that of grapes. The copper within rambutan also increases the rate of production of white blood cells.

1. Ackee: Ackee is a rare and strange looking fruit native to tropical regions of Western Africa. It is also the national fruit of Jamaica. The inner part of the fruit contains soft white to yellow flesh with black seeds. But it’s seed contains poisonous hypoflycin. That is because U.S food and drug administration banned importation of ackee fruits to the country.


Top 10 Rarest Fruits In The World

Top 10 Rarest Fruits In The World

Fruits Are The Fascinating Gifts Of Nature And Are Also Very Healthy, Tasty And Interesting Looking. We Almost Eaten Various Kinds Of Fruits Like Apple, Banana, Mango, Orange Etc. But There Are Some Rarest Fruits Which Are Easily Not Available But When You Eat Them They Are Sweet, Delicious, Healthy, Tasty And Nutritious. These Fruits Are Rarest Because They Are Grown In Some Specific Type Of Climate And Soil. Here Are The Top 10 Rarest Fruits In The World.

No.10. Ackee Fruit
No.9. Cupuacu
No.8. Longan
No.7. Bread Fruit
No.6. Langsat
No.5. Rambutan
No.4. Salak
No.3. Mangosteen
No.2. Pepino
No.1. African Horned Cucumber



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Exotic fruits and how to eat them

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Are you eating the same five or six fruits every day? This video will inspire you to try out new fruit and get some more variety into your diet. You will learn about asian fruits like mango, papaya, rose apples, dragon fruit, sapodilla, snake skin fruit, jackfruit, tamarind and mangosteen. These are the fruits I eat on a regular basis when I'm in Thailand and some of them you can even find in your local asian stores back home.


Louise aka FruityLou is a Danish coach, speaker, author, television journalist and event maker. She used to be really ill herself but got well through a diet and lifestyle change. She has written the two most comprehensive books on natural healing and the 80/10/10 raw food diet published in Scandinavia. On top of that she has also written three e-books in Danish where her first one, the 'Get started Guide' has been translated into English - Louise is a certified coach with years of experience helping people improve their health through mental and dietary changes. She is the organizer of the international and longest running 80/10/10 fruit festival in the world - the Fresh Food Festival. As a speaker she has spoken on several stages both in Scandinavia and abroad including the Fresh Food Festival of course. As a journalist she has interviewed some of the most knowledgeable pioneers within the 80/10/10 / HCLF movement and she constantly work to keep herself updated with the latest information.


For many years Louise suffered from both adrenal fatigue, liver problems, gout, low hormone production, anxiety attacks, depression, insomnia, low back pain, PMS, brain fog and about 30 other symptoms. Amongst others the doctor told her she had so severe cell and DNA damage that she was close to cancer and that she probably could not get pregnant either.

Being a television journalist she knew that she had to research to find a new solution. She promised herself that if she ever got well she would use it in a positive way to help others and luckily she did. In 2009 she came across a super healthy diet and lifestyle that became the turning point in her entire life and in only a few years she healed herself naturally without any treatment or medication. Today she feels better than ever and she has dedicated her life to inspire and help others get their life and happiness back too. Thousands of people around the globe have already followed her inspirational tips and her 'Get started Guide' has been downloaded more than 2500 times. Her most inspiring Youtube video has been watched more than 700.000 times and her channel is all about living a super healthy diet and lifestyle.

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Top 10 Rarest and Tastiest Fruits in the World

Fruits are one of the healthiest foods you should eat. But not all healthy fruits are available in the market. There are many rare, nutrient-rich fruits in the world. Most of such fruit plants only grow in some specific areas. Here the list of 10 rarest fruits in the world.
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