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The horned melon, cherimoya, atemoya, chocolate pudding fruit and Buddha?s hand are some unusual fruits. Canistels, star fruit, kumquat and ugli fruit are other obscure fruit choices. More »

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Some rare fruit names include ackee, rambutan, physalis and the African horned cucumber. Ackee is native to West Africa, and is imported and cultivated in Jamaica, where it is the national fruit. If eaten improperly, ack... More »

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Fruits that begin with T include tamarind, tomatoes and tangerines. Tamarind has a taste that is similar to a date or apricot. Tomatoes are often confused with vegetables. More »

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All common berries are fruits. True berries such as blueberries, grapes and currants are defined as fleshy fruits produced from one flower and one ovary. Other fruits commonly called berries, such as strawberries, blackb... More »

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Some different types of fruits include avocados, chayotes, tomatillos and rambutans. Avocados are the fruit of a tree that grows in warm climates. Indeed, the avocado is specifically a berry, even though it is often used... More »

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Non-citrus fruits include grapes, bananas, apples, plums, raspberries, blackberries, pears, peaches and apricots. Olives, coconuts, avocados and honeydew melons are also classified as non-citrus fruits. Simple, fleshy fr... More »

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Although there are more than 2,000 different varieties of plums (Prunus domestica), these juicy stone fruits can be broken into three main types: American, European and Japanese. Regardless of the variety, the fruit's sh... More »

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