Top 6 Weird Fruit You Shound Know In 2020

[weird fruit]There are so many strange fruits in the world, they are really strange, maybe in shape, maybe in flavor. In the list of 7 strange fruits below, I hope you have enjoyed more than half.

Jabuticaba fruit

This fruit is native to Brazil and other South American countries, not so different from the grapes we eat on a daily basis, except they do not form a separate boss but grow directly on the trunk. Surprisingly, Jabuticaba is a fruit of the strawberry family. Jabuticaba is suitable for making desserts. The popularity of this fruit can be compared to American, Australian and South African grapes. The fruit is often served directly or used to soak wine or make a drink.


Also known as a pufferfish because of the exact same shape as the poisonous fish in the ocean. This type of fruit belongs to the melon family. Its outward appearance is very strange. Outside is an orange crust full of thorns. Inside is green, crispy like a cucumber. The taste of this fruit is a combination of cucumber and banana flavor. The special thing about this fruit is that when it ripens, it will explode and shoot their seeds everywhere. Cucumber is a native fruit tree distributed mainly in the Sahara desert region. They are introduced to regions like California, Mississippi, USA, and other countries like Chile, Australia, and New Zealand.

Hala fruit

Hala fruits are present in many countries and have different names: Thaazhai (Tamil), Hala (Hawaii), Fala (Samoa), Bacau (Spain), Vacquois (France). This is a fruit with a quite special shape and strange, egg-shaped or spherical fruit with a diameter of 4-20cm, from 8 -30cm long. The fruit is formed from many small zones, with up to 38 - 200 packs, with bundles of outer fibers (like nipa), each zone has an average of 2 seeds, sometimes up to 8 seeds. These zones can float on the water, so Pandanus Tectorius seeds easily drift to different places and grow everywhere. This fruit can be used directly. In addition to the other parts of this fruit also have interesting effects such as medicinal uses or leaves can make clothes.

Salak Fruit

The Salak fruit is also known as the fruit, the English name for snake fruit, the scientific name Salacca zalacca, and its origins in the Indonesian islands of Java and Sumatra. In Taiwan, the fruit is called Salak. This is a tropical fruit grown in Indonesia. The shape of this tree is not strange, it is like a palm tree and the fruit grows like coconut water into jars. The fruit is dark brown with a long, soft covering. For ease of use, people will often scrape off the outer layer of the dragon before harvesting. This type of fruit is high in starch, which is used to make desserts or snacks.

Melothria scabra

The strange feature of Melothria scabra is that it has the same shape as the watermelons we encounter but is very small in size and that is why they have such names. Mini watermelon originating from Mexico is a creeper. The taste of mini watermelon is completely different from normal watermelon but has a similar taste to cucumber and a little sour taste. It is thought to have been a domesticated crop before the beginning of Western contact.

Aguaje Fruit

At first glance, the Aguaje fruit looks a bit like a snakeskin above. The fruit is also covered with a layer of red "flakes" called Aguaje, which grows in the rainforest of the Amazon. Aguaje grows on woody plants, tall lady similar to the shape of a palm tree and when ripe, tastes like carrots Aguaje tree gives qur high nutritional value, rich in vitamins and minerals.


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