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Top 7 World’s Strangest Fruits

Nashi is a hybrid of an apple and a pear cultivated for many centuries in Asia. It is also called Asian sand, water or Japanese pear. What you get is something that looks like a round apple but tastes like a juicy, crunchy pear. Its cost is 5.5 dollars per kilogram. You can buy them in large hypermarkets. The color of the fruit is from pale green to orange. There are about 10 particularly popular commercial varieties of Nashi that are grown in the US, Australia, New Zealand, Chile, France, and Cyprus.

It’s hard to believe that Brussels sprouts, Savoy cabbage, broccoli, and kohlrabi are relatives, but they are. Recently, in the cabbage line, another addition came into the family. As a result of crossing ordinary Broccoli and Gaylon vegetables, a plant similar to asparagus with a broccoli head on the vertex was grown. Its cost is 5.5 dollars per kilogram. Broccolini has a slightly sweet taste reminiscent of broccoli and asparagus at the same time. The new vegetable contains a lot of nutrients and naturally its low in calories.

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