By bibinvarghese
2 years ago

WATER APPLE

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This above picture is water apple we called it chambaka it is very tasty we eat with salt
water apple is tree growing to 12 m tall evergreen leaves 10–25 cm long and 5–10 cm broad.
The flowers are white, The taste of water apple is different i cant explain lol
i think the taste of water apple is similar to watermelon

I am in kerala mostly here seen water apple and other part of india tamil nadu andra etc
some one says its a medicine :) mostly here seen in may- june month there different type of water apple in here

the medicine uses The flowers are water apple and used in Taiwan to treat fever and halt diarrhea. Investigators have found their principal constituent to be tannin.

In south asia the black one nick name is black pearl
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graciana Yummy
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NyishaHv Looks refreshing and very healthy!
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bibinvarghese yes its is @nyishahv
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TrafalgarLaw In our local dialect in the Philippines, we call it "tambis".
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LiaF7 Water apples, jackfruit and some other fruits I have seen on your posts I have never tasted. Are there fig trees in India? What fruit we have here that you have never eaten? @bibinvarghese
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TrafalgarLaw Have you tried eating mangoes guys? Its our national fruit in the Philippines.
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bibinvarghese @lia no fig trees in here lol i cannot taste your country fruits lol
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SHOHANA i like the white water apple
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TrafalgarLaw mango is my favorite fruit
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LiaF7 We dont grow mangoes here, but all supermarkets have them imported from several countries. Portuguese people love them and buy a lot.
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LiaF7 The best mangoes I've ever eaten were in Cuba.
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TrafalgarLaw In Philippines, we have an island that grows mangoes in their large farms.
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Wandrnrose7 I have never tried one. Nice post 😊
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Explorer2017 I don't know if it is a similar fruit we have here. We call it "tambis" o "makopa" in our local dialect.
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bibinvarghese @explorer2017 i think its a same one
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maryana36 Interesting article
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blissfulliberty we call it tambis in our place
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