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plums for sale by nicholaslaughlin, via Flickr

plums for sale by nicholaslaughlin, via Flickr

cashews: although When buying “raw cashews” in the store, take note that these nuts have actually been steamed and are not entirely raw. This is because raw cashews contain urushiol, which is the same chemical that you’d find in poison ivy.    Read more: http://www.toptenz.net/top-10-toxic-foods-we-love-to-eat.php#ixzz2RA9Iit00

cashews: although When buying “raw cashews” in the store, take note that these nuts have actually been steamed and are not entirely raw. This is because raw cashews contain urushiol, which is the same chemical that you’d find in poison ivy. Read more: http://www.toptenz.net/top-10-toxic-foods-we-love-to-eat.php#ixzz2RA9Iit00

The texture of topi tambo is like that of a water chestnut; nice and crunchy. The taste is similar to corn, but not as sweet. However, I find that the added salt brings out the topi tambo’s flavour a bit. When boiled, the tough outer skin is peeled to reveal the white tuber.

The texture of topi tambo is like that of a water chestnut; nice and crunchy. The taste is similar to corn, but not as sweet. However, I find that the added salt brings out the topi tambo’s flavour a bit. When boiled, the tough outer skin is peeled to reveal the white tuber.

This fruit is called chenette here in Trinidad, it's also known as Spanish lime, genip or mamoncillo. I haven't had this for quite some time, I got some today, the fruit has an outer shell that you bite half of and inside is a large seed surrounded by meaty flesh that you just kinda scrape of with your teeth or suck.

This fruit is called chenette here in Trinidad, it's also known as Spanish lime, genip or mamoncillo. I haven't had this for quite some time, I got some today, the fruit has an outer shell that you bite half of and inside is a large seed surrounded by meaty flesh that you just kinda scrape of with your teeth or suck.

Pomarosa or Malay Apples growing in the mountains of Puerto Rico. Very delicious and refreshing!

Pomarosa or Malay Apples growing in the mountains of Puerto Rico. Very delicious and refreshing!

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