Worldwide, there are fruits of all kinds and color. The best known are part of the daily diet of most people. However, there are rare fruits that perhaps we have not heard, have not seen or have not even taste. Here are some of them:

1. Rambutan

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This fruit is native from Malaysia and grows in warm regions such as Ecuador, Costa Rica, Thailand, Indonesia and Australia. It is similar in consistency to the grape and is rather sweet.

2. Jackfruit

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The jackfruit tree is one of the largest fruit trees in the world and is cultivated in the area of Southeast Asia. It is a large fruit That Can Be Used Both as a fruit and a vegetable for soup or curry.

3. Litchi

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Of sweet and pleasant taste, similar in consistency to rambutan, this fruit is native from China.

4. Carambola

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Popularly known as “star fruit” but with different names according to each country. It is sweet and is often used as decorative fruit dishes.

5. Mangosteen

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It belongs to the garcinias, a family of tropical trees of Asia and America. Native from Southeast Asia, this fruit is considered a real delicacy.

6. Pitaya

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The red pitaya fruit is sold in the international market under the name of Dragon fruit. Are fruits of very low caloric value, since scarcely contain carbohydrates. It’s sweet and watery.

7. Kiwano

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Big and crusty, it belongs to the same family of the watermelon and cantaloupe. Of sweet taste, this fruit is originally from Thailand but can be found in countries with hot climates like Brazil.

8. Durian

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It is believed to be native from Sumatra and Borneo. It is distinguished by its large size, its strong smell and unusual thorny shell. With regard to its taste, there are different opinions, some argue that it is delicious while others not so much.

9. White Strawberry

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Originally from Chile, this fruit grows in North America and South America in a variety of climates and soils. Its flavor is similar to that of the common strawberry but with a touch of pineapple taste.

10. Gac

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This fruit is deployed from southern China to the northeast of Australia. It is said to promote health, vitality and especially longevity.

11. Watermelon Radish

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From the radishes family, the more mature, sweeter it will be. Its flavor resembles a pepper and almond. Of crisp texture and sweet, can be used in salads, baked or fried.

12. Salak

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Commonly known as snake fruit for its rare texture, this fruit is more enjoyable in compote and mature.

13. Marang

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The taste is pleasant and the various parts can be eaten raw. This fruit is native from the Himalayan region but can also be found in Central America.

14. Pepino

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The pepino is juicy and refreshing. While it spreads more and more throughout the world, it can be more commonly found in the United States, South America and Asia.

15. Custard Apple

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These fruits, watery and rich in vitamin C, are native from the Peruvian Andes. They are grown in the tropics and in southern Europe. Comes from the cherimoya, a tree that can reach up to 8 meters high.