Loved by nature for its varied soil conditions, Vietnam has a lot fruit tree more diverse than most other regions of the world. Even the Vietnamese sometimes don’t know all the fruits of their country. See how many of these fruits you know. At first hearing and seeing the shape, many people didn’t even think they were in Vietnam.
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5. Fruit bran
It coincides with the name of the famous fairy character from the story.”Tam Cam, bran has unrelated characteristics. It is a species of climbing plant, often growing wild in the Mekong Delta – Southwest region. The bran fruit has a leathery, pus-filled outer skin, separated into a “spongy” layer identical to that of grapefruit pulp. After peeling the dregs, scales will appear like fish scales, the bran flesh is shaped like fish. Those who have eaten said that the bran fruit tastes sweet like cassava, some people think of it like a coconut sack.
Growing widely in the southwest countryside, the kumquat is known as “bad from the outside in”. They are round, leathery skin, light brown color look like dried fruit. Inside are soft, “messy” chocolate shapes. However, contrary to its rough appearance, it has delicious flesh, many small seeds like pomegranate seeds, sour and sour, fleshy and smells good.
The season for ripe kumquats is from October to January in the lunar calendar. Adult sarcophagus 5-7m high, the older, the more fruit.
7. Pestle fruit
The name pestle is named after its appearance: the long, long fruit looks like a pestle, growing in clusters. They are widely grown in foothills, mountain edges and often grow together with other shrubs throughout Vietnam, mostly in the Central region. Each clump is about the size of an adult finger. Red when ripe, dark red when ripe. The pestle is thin, the seeds are large, the taste is sweet, the economic value is not high, the flowers of the variety are very fragrant.
8. Sour ear
Also known as pupae, it is a type of fruit that grows widely in the rural areas of the North and North Central regions from Ha Tinh onwards. Mature sour ear trees have woody stems 15-16m or more high, fruit season July – August, fruit the size of a guava, with a citrus look like a grapefruit. When ripe, it is yellow, while green is still edible, to create a sour taste in the dish. In addition, they also have medicinal uses, often preserved in drying form.
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