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Beneath their vibrant red peel hide hundreds of small, pulpy and flavourful seeds that are fully edible.
Harvested while still green, bananas continue to ripen until they turn yellow. Their shape and smooth texture, as well as their unique taste make them one of a kind.
Their tender, juicy and melt-in-your-mouth pulp has a subtle melon and raspberry flavour, and their seeds have a slightly peppery taste.
Behind their grisly appearance and nickname, hairy lychee, hides a white, translucent and extremely juicy pulp.
Stringy, tender and sweet, custard apples have a very fragrant strawberry and pineapple-like taste, but the seeds are not edible.
The many seeds called achenes give this fruit a crunchy and tender texture with a sweet taste.
Mangos have a fresh, full and slightly tart and spicy taste with an orangey-yellow flesh that's juicy, mild and sweet.
The star-shaped slices of this fruit boast a translucent, crunchy, juicy and tart flesh.
Their white, pink, or red sweet-tasting flesh is similar to that of strawberries and peaches.
Their bright yellow, juicy flesh is slightly tart with a highly fragrant and distinctive aroma.
Either green or yellow, these fruits have an equally sweet and tart taste and contain little black edible seeds.
Closely related to lychees, longans have an immensely sweet translucent and juicy flesh around a large pit known as the dragon's eye.
Passion fruit have edible seeds covered in a highly aromatic, tart and gelatinous pulp.
Also called cooking bananas, these bananas must be prepped and cooked like a vegetable due to their firm, mealy and slightly sweet flesh.
Within their thick brown and very hard shell hides water and a very fragrant white pulp to be enjoyed straight or roasted.
Dragon fruit boasts a mild taste and comes with a pulpy white flesh speckled with little black seeds similar to kiwis.
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