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Ten of the World's Strangest Fruits

Eva Valenti | Divine Caroline

Kiwano (African Horned Melon)


The African horned melon is native to—you guessed it—Africa, though it is currently grown in some California orchards as well. The fruit grows on a vine. The flesh has been described as tasting of banana, cucumber, and lemon; some people also eat the rind, which is rich in vitamin C and fiber.

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