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The pummelo is the largest fruit in the citrus family, and tastes like a sweeter and milder version of the grapefruit. Also known as the Chinese Grapefruit, pummelos are mostly found in various Asian countries such as China and India.

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Pummelos are known for being very large, having a thick outer skin and ranging from cantaloupe-sized to around 25 pounds. In China, the pummelo is seen as a symbol of wealth and prosperity, and some believe that goods things happen to those who eat it. As a result, pummelo peel is used in many types of chinese cooking, especially in the southern region of the country,

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