💥💥 CHRISTMAS GIVEAWAY TIME 🥳🥳 It’s simple! Show us what you have made with our products.... Post a photo under here 👇👇 of your yummy creation with a photo of OUR product / packaging that you have used and tag a friend and you go into the draw.
So the yellow dragon fruit I had today as one of those is, not like general dragon fruit out there,
straightaway reminding me of Korean pear flesh.
The texture was very similar, full of juice and refreshing fibres with those extra lightly crunch seeds which you can’t actually find it from pears. It was incredibly sweet, but the acidity was higher than other dragon fruit varietals, so I immediately recalled when I had some Korean pears on its season, but not being lucky enough picking up the sweetest one out of hundreds at markets. The slightly high acidity and the sweetness, or flavours were all still a very similar to each other.
Interestingly it also somehow has the flavour of persimmon or possibly red papaya, it only took less then 20 second pigging out on it.(except the photo time😊).
Most importantly it’s neither BLAND nor EARTHY, it’s delicious! @taste_bud_torture .
The colours of Christmas! Not traditional holly but tropical North Queensland’s version - miracle fruit - delicious!
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Fresh Cut Pineapple. It’s so easy to cut sweet, fresh pineapple:
1. Choose one that is green and gold;
2. Break off the crown;
3. Let pineapple sit upside down for about 3-4 days;
4. Cut off both ends;
5. Cut off the sides;
6. Use a small paring knife to remove the eyelets;
7. Cut pineapple into quarters;
8. Remove the center core;
9. Cut each slice in half lengthwise;
10 Cut slices again into 1-inch chunks;
11. Chill for a couple of hours before serving.
Passion fruits can be expected to ripen 70 to 80 days after pollination🌿🌼
Ini pertama kalinya kami menanam buah markisa sehingga belum banyak pengalaman yang kami miliki tentang buah eksotis yang satu ini.
Setelah kami banyak membaca artikel yang berkaitan dengan hal ini, akhirnya banyak ilmu yang kami dapatkan (intinya, jangan pernah berhenti utk terus belajar).
Salah satunya adalah kapan buah markisa mulai siap panen. Buah markisa akan matang sekitar 70-80 hari setelah masa pembungaan. Buah markisa yang sudah matang akan terlepas dari tangkainya dan jatuh ke tanah (tapi kalau mau di petik duluan lalu diperam hingga matang pun tidak masalah). Buah markisa yang matang akan mengalami perubahan warna (tergantung dari jenisnya), serta kulit buahnya menjadi mengeriput. Nah itu tandanya, si buah sudah bisa kita konsumsi.
Pantas saja buah - buah markisa kami ini belum menunjukkan tanda - tanda telah matang, ternyata nunggu matangnya nyaris 3 bulan 😆😆 Wahhh mudah - mudahan sepulangnya kami dsri berlibur akan ada kejutan manis dari mereka ya 💚💚💚
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С этими ароматными гелями для душа, вы полюбите свою кожу ещё больше !!!😋
Ведь так приятно пахнуть соблазнительно и иметь бархатную кожу 😍
Here’s my fruit haul from my visit to the weekend market early this morning with @she.is.a.wild.flower, Cain, and Cain’s pops. Cempedak, mangosteen, longan, dabai, engkala, calamansi, crystal fruit, and some huge ass bananas. Cain bought a fish for this skinny tomcat.
New love: #engkala and old flame #dabai . Which got me thinking: both fruits are savory, fatty and somewhat cheesy. Before coming to Borneo I just assumed fruits are sweet and juicy on the most part and never would have imagined funky cheesy fruits existed. Why are there so few of them tho? Why are they not represented in the fruit isles of supermarkets? Is it because humans were already saturated with cooked food where salty and fatty tastes abound and nobody cared to cultivate these fruits? Is it because our taste buds are so adulterated with condiments no-one can appreciate their subtle flavors? Or is it because we are not meant to eat a lot of fatty fruits or even eat them at all? I mean both fruits in the picture need to be soaked or beaten or defrosted or half-gone as in the case of the best engkals to be edible. Still, I am so freaking grateful for these fruits, a diet with these for dinner with durian, mangosteen, coconut and terap during the day has me feeling so freaking satisfied its like Im in fruit heaven every day. Did I mention the occasional rollinia deliciosa here and there? For me, Borneo really delivers the promised garden of Eden. Side topic: both of the fruits in the pic are fragile to transport, both will rot fast if put in plastic. From our experience reuseable mesh bags (fishnet) are optimal for their storage, if not, a fabric bag left open is best. If you go fruit shopping please go equipped with you own bags. I’ve seen too many people even amongst the fruit-loving crowd use plastic bags. Remember ever bit if plastic you ever used still exists, somewhere. I know in Asia the market sellers are super quick to pack everything in plastic - sometimes all it takes is you looking at a particular fruit and they will immediately pack it into a plastic bag to pressure you into a quick purchase. Sometimes they will insist on packing fruits in plastic just to weigh them but then you can still leave behind the plastic bag for them to reuse. Wherever you are, learn the local dialect for ‘no plastic, I already have a bag’, stay firm and think twice before littering our planet with one more plastic bag 🌏
🥑 TROPICAL FRUITS 🍌 I figured I'd bring you all a bit of a break from the cold and bleary winter with a selection of rare, exotic fruits from my friends at @miamifruit. You may remember them from my "World's Longest Avocado" video.
They sent out a holiday box (December 15th is latest you can order to get a box before Christmas) of some truly EPIC fruits: longans, rambutans, chocolate sapote, egg fruit, soursop, sugar apple, ice cream bananas, cacao seed pod...the list goes on.
Если на праздничный стол поставить вот такую фруктовую нарезку ... реакция гостей будет КОЛОСАЛЬНОЙ 🥰 ... да .. экзотические фрукты уже становятся намного доступнее и уже у многих есть свои любимые фрукты Тайланда 😋 ... но такое угощение на праздничном столе встретишь ни у каждого ! .
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