Bananas originate in the SE Asian islands. According to traveling horticulturalist Michael Collins, indigenous Papua New Guineans cultivated edible banana varieties. Common bananas in western grocery stores are the “Cavendish” variety, a cloned banana variety known for its sweet, creamy flesh.
Passionfruit originated in the region of Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay. Ripe passionfruit has a tangy, juicy membrane around its many seeds.
Silverberry is native to east and central North America. The ripe Silverberry fruit is speckled and has a sweet & astringent membraneous flesh.
Che is native to China. The ripe che fruit tastes sweet, sometimes with an uncanny chocolate flavor.
White Sapote are native to Central America and the highlands of Mexico. The ripe white sapote fruit is creamy with a strong, honey-like sweetness.
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