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Have you ever wondered if a cherimoya grows on a tree or vine? What about how to eat a caviar lime? Do you the difference between strawberry and Mexican guava? At FruitStand, we help you discover, learn and experience these incredible fruits and vegetables direct from the farm.

How To Drink Awa

Awa About AwaHow to DrinkFAQSRecipes HOW TO DRINK AWA Awa, as it’s known in Hawaii, is a plant commonly known as kava. Awa is known for its relaxing effects and distinctively earthy, bitter and numbing flavor. Loved for its natural calming effect, awa is often enjoyed to promote a feeling of relaxation and ease, naturally and without intoxication. Even though awa does not contain alcohol, people who love it say that it makes you feel more social without losing your inhibitions. The root’s earthy-dirt flavor is similar to a beet, without the sweetness. This complex flavor is far from fruity,...

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Jul 31, 2020

How to Eat Longan

Longan About LonganHow to EatFAQSRecipes How to Eat Longan Have you experienced the “dragon’s eye?” The longan, a sweet and tropical fruit, is a member of the same family of fruit as lychee, a crowd-pleaser on FruitStand. The longan fruit grows in clusters that hang in droops from the tree. Each circular fruit is about 1 inch in diameter, typically ranging from the size of an olive to a small plum. The word longan means 'dragon's eye' in Cantonese because of the appearance of the seed when the shell has been removed and the fruit exposed. The longan are small,...

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Jul 11, 2020

All About Longan

Longan About LonganHow to EatFAQSRecipes All About Longan Have you experienced the “dragon’s eye?” This sweet and tropical fruit is a member of the same family of fruit as lychee, a crowd-pleaser on FruitStand. Longan is high in antioxidants and vitamin C, making it a wonderful and healthy snack or addition to desserts, drinks, and even savory plates. What Is Longan The longan, or Dimocarpus longan, is a tropical tree native to tropical Asia and China that is a member of the soapberry family along with lychee and rambutan. These trees typically grow 30-40 feet tall, but can reach a...

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Jul 11, 2020

White Kaua'i Pineapple FAQs

White Kaua'i Pineapple About White Kaua'i PineappleHow to Eat FAQS White Kaua'i Pineapple FAQs This rare and beautiful pineapple boasts a perfect balance between flavor and sweetness while having low acidity that won't leave your mouth feeling worn out after you finish eating it. The flesh is white and creamy with a soft core and no seeds. Meaning, that once you get the skin off, you can eat the entire fruit. This may just be the most flavorful pineapple in the world. It's almost like a pineapple and a strawberry met on a vacation in Hawaii. What Is White Kaua'i...

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Jul 09, 2020

All About White Kaua'i Pineapple

White Kaua'i Pineapple About White Kaua'i PineappleHow to Eat FAQS All About White Kaua'i Pineapple We think this might just be the best type of pineapple in the world. It's almost like a pineapple and a strawberry met on a vacation in Hawaii. Grown in the fields of Kaua'i, it ripens in the Hawaiian sun where it develops its exquisite sweetness and irresistible flavor. Once you cut one of these open and take your first bite, we don't think you'll be able to stop. These pineapples are picked at the peak of ripeness and arrive to you ready to eat....

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Jul 09, 2020