Dragon Fruit

The Coolest Looking Fruit Around

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The Fruit

Dragon Fruit

Dragon fruit, also known as a strawberry pear or pitaya, is typically grown in Southeast Asia, Mexico, Central and South America and Isreal. This sweet and crunchy tropical fruit is actually a cactus and considered by many a "superfood" due to the high levels of vitamin C present in the fruit. Most importantly, it's amazing tasting and versatile in a way that works just as well in salads as on pancakes or in smoothies.


How do you eat them

cut them

Cut Them

spoon or slice them

Spoon or Slice Them



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Fun Fact

Lady of the Night

Often known as "moonflower" or "lady of the night," the Dragon Fruit bloom for only one night each cycle. these beautiful, fragrant blooms can measure 30cm or more, and are pollinated at night by flying animals and insects, such as bats and moths that spread their seed.

The Recipes

So Many Ways To Enjoy

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How To Tame The Dragon

Ripe fruit can sit on the counter for days without issue. To store longer, seal inside a plastic bag and put in the refrigerator. If you cut the fruit, you will need to refrigerate in a tight, sealed container. It should stay fresh for one to two days from that point.

Did You Know

Refreshing Dragon Fruit

Once you’ve laid eyes on this hot pink produce, you’re going to want to know all about dragon fruit. For instance, did you know that dragon fruit is actually considered a berry? Well, slice me up and sprinkle me on granola!

Refreshing Dragon Fruit did you know