Dragonfruit

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    Fruit of the vine-like cactus plant and known also as pitaya, strawberry pear, or paradise fruit, which is a native of Mexico, South America but widely cultivated in Southeast Asia.
    The fruit flesh, which is eaten raw, is mildly sweet and low in calories. The flavor is sometimes likened to that of the kiwifruit and may be converted into juice or wine; the flowers can be eaten or steeped as tea. Sesame seed-sized seeds are embedded throughout the flesh. Rich in antioxidant.

    (Entered in the Pinoy Kodakero PK Challenge #10)

    1. limone 98 months ago | reply

      nice to see it in its natural habitat. :-) they are quite expensive over here, a real luxury...

    2. Romy Alcoriza 90 months ago | reply

      wow beautiful

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      We would be honoured to have it in our pool.

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    3. kaplog3916 hockey na!!! 81 months ago | reply

      very interesting fruit and by the way good idea for business in the philippines!!

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