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Exotic Fruit Facts - An Information Guide

Eating Exotic Fruits

What do you think about exotic fruits? Are they really worth the hype? are you even aware of all the varieties of exotic fruits available?

The term ‘exotic fruit’ typically refers to fruits from countries outside of Europe or North America. They include tropical fruits such as mangos, pineapples, papayas, avocados, guavas, and lychees, as well as other non-tropical fruits such as kiwis, oranges, apples, pears, cherries, strawberries, plums, peaches, nectarines, apricots, and melons.

In this section, we’ll cover everything from eating passion fruit, to whether fruits like Noni or monk fruit are safe to eat raw

Take your taste buds on an exotic global adventure with some of the most wildly wonderful fruits our planet has to offer.   Enjoy

Cooking with Exotic Fruits

Cooking exotic fruit is a great way to make them make sure you use them, to not through away any that are spoiled, or to even make certain fruits (like Durian) more palatable? Including those who don’t like the texture or flavor of raw fruits. This section will cover some of the best ways to prepare and cook a host of exotic and tropical fruits. 

Happy cooking!

Nutritional Benefits of Exotic Fruits

The nutritional benefits of exotic fruits are very wide-ranging, and many fruits over a real power pack of vitamins and antioxidants.  Nature’s own medicine cupboard. The following guides list some of the most common exotic fruits available and just how nutritious they are for you.

Information On Exotic Fruits

In this section, you’ll find more general information on a host of exotic and tropical fruits. Facts and trivia – For example:  Did you know that certain fruits are banned in public places? In most Asian countries the durian fruit is not allowed in taxis, trains, or buses – it really STINKS!

Do you know why a Kiwi Fruit is called a KIWI?  we’ll have a read below.

Chris Watson

Chris Watson

I'm a food and wellbeing enthusiast researching and sharing foodstuffs and simple food-based concepts, such as fasting and clean eating. I hope it inspires you to make tiny changes to what you eat and when you eat while optimizing your healthspan and all-around well-being.