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Mangosteen - fresh fruits

Mangosteen - fresh fruits

Kalumpit or Mansanitas    It is also called local cherries, to eat it you have to roll it all over your palm till it's soft enough. It has a sweet-sour taste and a few tiny flat seed inside. We use to have a tree in out backyard when I was young and I remember the worms that turn into beautiful orange butterflies with black spots love the leaves of a mansanitas tree. ♥ - I tried it once

Kalumpit or Mansanitas It is also called local cherries, to eat it you have to roll it all over your palm till it's soft enough. It has a sweet-sour taste and a few tiny flat seed inside. We use to have a tree in out backyard when I was young and I remember the worms that turn into beautiful orange butterflies with black spots love the leaves of a mansanitas tree. ♥ - I tried it once

For those of us living outside the tropics, here's a snapshot of the cashew fruit. Cool, eh?!

For those of us living outside the tropics, here's a snapshot of the cashew fruit. Cool, eh?!

One of the best things that you can do for yourself! http://www.mymangosteen.com/LarrySJohnson/product/juice_xango.asp

One of the best things that you can do for yourself! http://www.mymangosteen.com/LarrySJohnson/product/juice_xango.asp

Tart cherries have been shown to benefit heart health as well as body weight! #fatloss

Tart cherries have been shown to benefit heart health as well as body weight! #fatloss

Spanish Plum:  Sineguelas (Spondias purpurea), also known as the Spanish Plum, is an exotic antioxidant fruit native from the Latin America which was brought and grown in the Philippines back in the 1800s. Today, Sineguelas can be found in several provinces across the Philippines. It is commonly quoted by the Filipino people as the food of the gods.    The fruit is green that would turn into yellow red or maroon when ripe. It is small in si ...

Spanish Plum: Sineguelas (Spondias purpurea), also known as the Spanish Plum, is an exotic antioxidant fruit native from the Latin America which was brought and grown in the Philippines back in the 1800s. Today, Sineguelas can be found in several provinces across the Philippines. It is commonly quoted by the Filipino people as the food of the gods. The fruit is green that would turn into yellow red or maroon when ripe. It is small in si ...

Mangosteen - four fruits

Mangosteen - four fruits

As frutas mais exóticas do mundo

As frutas mais exóticas do mundo

Mangosteen, known botanically as Garcinia mangostana, is an extremely slow-growing, ultra-tropical, fruit-bearing tree. Mangosteen's environmental requirements are so.

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