Tropical fruits and vegetables to admire
In times of globalization, it is hardly surprising anyone anymore which particular shape or packaging a product has on the market or in business. Nevertheless, sometimes we sigh with great surprise when we notice something out of the ordinary. This is the case, for example, when we discover tropical fruits and especially those we have never seen before.
They have unusual profile, different texture and are a feast of colors for the eyes. Many of them also have a specific scent and attract the palate. These unknown treasures from the tropics seduce and simply do not give us any chance to defend ourselves. We almost feel like little kids who have seen a new, whimsical gift on the toy shelf and absolutely want it.
The Cupuaçu fruit was also called Great Bloom Cocoa
We have researched and collected 25 unconventional, tropical fruits and vegetables for you. They have strange-sounding names and a special appearance. These exotics enchant and want to tell us from far away places. Many of them have called the Europeans with adapted words that we can easily understand better. Unconsciously you always compare and try to translate something strange and inexplicable into your own language.
Kiwano, pickled cucumber or horn melon
But when it comes to taste, you do not necessarily have to compare. You can just give your palate freedom and let it fall. Discover what is behind these exotic pieces. Be open to the unknown and taste the variety of tropical fruits and vegetables you will find on the market. And who knows, maybe you can enjoy them directly at their local places. Be confident, the next holiday is coming!
The akebie is also known as blue-crayon vine
Annatto or Achote
The fruit of the buriti palm is called laranja nut
The chirimoya tastes a bit like pear
The Chinese taro belongs to the family of lemons
Durian is also known as stink fruit
Did you try Romanesco?
Sweet potato comes in different shades
We have cultivated the pomegranate for a long time
The guarana fruit is recommended as a coffee substitute
The Jabuticaba is also called Brazilian grapes
The jackfruit is also known under the name Jakobsfrucht
The dark green kaffir lime
The nuts of the Lansium tree
Here, the Lychee fruits are consumed primarily as juice
The unusual mangosteen
The getting used to momordica
This majestic fruit is called Pandan
Pink Dragon Fruit - also known as Pitahaya or Pitaya
The prickly fruits of the Salakpalme
The black sapote tastes of chocolate
The carambola, which we call star fruit, reminds us of Christmas