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Season: All year round | Flavor: Sour/ slightly sweet
Small, oval/ round shaped fruit. The skin’s color varies with hues of dark purple and red. Below the skin is a cottony white peel. The interior seed cavity of Purple passionfruit is filled with edible yellow to green jelly and medium sized black seeds.
Benefits : Includes antioxidants, flavonoids, vitamin A & C, Riboflavin, Niacin, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Copper, Fiber, and Protein.
Season: April – June/ December – January | Flavor: Sweet
When ripe, pineapple is very sweet and succulent, with a soft, fragrant pulp.
Benefits : Pineapple is an excellent source of vitamin C and manganese. It is also a very good source of copper and a good source of vitamin B1 & B6, dietary fiber, Folate and Pantothenic acid.
Season: August – November | Flavor: Sweet with slightly bitter after taste
It’s little like a grapefruit and member of citrus fruits’ family in Pink & Yellow varieties
Benefits : Pomelos are popular is due to their strong nutritional value, including their vitamins, minerals, and organic content like vitamin B6 & C, Potassium, dietary fiber and magnesium.
Season: May – September | Flavor: Sweet, slightly acidic
Spiky Green stalks and Pinkish external skin encases cloudy White refreshing fruit in a delightful oval shape.
Benefits : It is a conglomeration of vitamins and minerals, all encased in a sweet and juicy little package. Despite its small size, it actually packs a considerable amount of vitamin C, which is important for helping keep your immune system healthy and flushing out toxins..
Season: All year round | Flavor: Sweet
Refreshingly juicy fruit, best consumed on a hot day
Benefits : Rich in vitamin A & C, dietary fiber, Calcium, Thiamin, Niacin, Iron, Sulfur, and Potassium. In terms of organic compounds, rose apples contain Jambosine, Betulinic acid, and Friedelolactone.
Season: September – December | Flavor: Sweet (sweeter when riper)
It has a caramel Brown skin with honey-flavored juicy Brown flesh
Benefits : Fiber is a key part of good nutrition as it benefits the body in several ways. Sapodilla gives 5.6 grams per 100 grams of dietary fiber, thus making it an excellent laxative.
Snake Fruit (Fruit of Memory)
Season: April – June | Flavor: Slightly sour
It has a unique red, scaly exterior, which earns it the nickname snake fruit. These fruits are only about the size of figs and may resemble a large garlic clove when peeled.
Benefits : High level of Potassium and Pectin. Contains nutrients like Thiamine, Iron and Calcium as well as vitamin C. It also has anti-diarrheal properties although if too many Snake fruit are consumed it can result in constipation.
Season: Jan – March/ December | Flavor: Sweet when ripened, else sour
The riper it is, more palatable it is. It is used in desserts, to make jam, blended into juices, sorbets, ice creams etc.
Benefits : High source of dietary fiber, vitamins A & C and chemical compounds such as citric acids, phytochemicals such as Thiamin, Folic acid, Riboflavin, Niacin. Also rich in Copper, Potassium, Calcium, Iron, Selenium, Zinc and Magnesium.
Season: All year round | Flavor: Sweet
Crisp on the palette but juicy in each bite. It also come in a Yellow variety, which is not as sweet but just as refreshing
Benefits : Watermelon is an unusual fruit source of the carotenoid Lycopene and a rich source of Phenolic antioxidants. It is a very good source of vitamin A, B1, B6 & C, Pantothenic acid, Copper, Biotin, Potassium and Magnesium.
Season: April – June | Flavor: Sweet
A wide variety of Mangoes can be found all over Thailand however, sweet, ripe variety is most popular. Can be eaten alone or in a dessert.
Benefits : Antioxidant compounds in mango fruit have been found to protect against colon, breast, leukemia and prostate cancers. These compounds include quercetin, Isoquercitrin, Astragalin, Fisetin, Gallic acid and Methylgallat, as well as the abundant enzymes.
Season: All year round | Flavor: Sweet and refreshing
They have an ivory shell with a unique shape. The Young coconut is harvested directly from the tree before it has time to age and drop like the more mature white and brown husked coconuts. Inside it is a refreshing juice and a soft jelly-like meat, which has a sweet flavor that is soft enough to be eaten with a spoon.
Benefits : The water in the young coconut is one of the highest sources of electrolytes. Furthermore, the soft meat, or flesh, inside the coconut helps to restore oxidative tissue damage and contains a source of healthy fats, proteins, and various vitamins and minerals.