At first glance, this fruit resembles a tiny cucumber that’s yet to grow. You can never eat this fruit raw. The taste of kamias is quite sour and tangy, so it’s often used as a souring agent.
Balimbing, or star fruits, thrive in tropical and subtropical regions, making them common in countries like the Philippines, India, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Sri Lanka.
The Buddha’s Hand is instantly recognizable by its one-of-a-kind appearance. It doesn’t have a juicy flesh like other citrus fruits but is still used in many dishes.
There are American and Japanese barberries, both quite similar with their small, round shape and typically bright red color, similar to red currants or cranberries.
Breadfruit looks a lot like one of my favorite tropical fruits, jackfruit, but they have distinct differences.
Boysenberry is a hybrid fruit created by crossing dewberries, loganberries, raspberries, and blackberries.