Fruit

Garden
blackberries
blueberries
kiwiberries
melons - canteloupe
melons - water
raspberries
rhubarb
strawberries

Local
apples - macintosh
apricots
cherries
currents - red
grapes - concorde
gooseberries
peaches
pears
plums - black
plums - green
tayberries

American
apples - granny smith
figs
Grapefruit
papayas
oranges - mandarin

Europe
Kiwi
loquats
pomegranetes
persimmons
oranges - blood

Latino
Banana
kumquats
limequats
mango - artuflo
pineapple

Other
clementines
lichees
logans

dragon fruit

  • Eating the fruit is sometimes likened to that of the kiwifruit
  • due to a prevalence of sesame seed-sized black crunchy seeds found in the flesh of both fruits which make for a similar texture upon consumption.
  • Although the tiny pitaya seeds are eaten with the flesh, the seeds are indigestible.
  • It is generally recommended that dragon fruit be eaten chilled, for improved flavor.
  • garnish on the side of drink

canteloupe

  • cantelope in the sun, half fill crater with rum, break of the meat of the mellon in thin slices letting them mingle with the rum

pomogranetes

  • spanking pomegrantes
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