How to Eat Exotic Fruits

Published 7 months ago at 03 Jul 2020 by Alexandra Soare

There are many tasty exotic fruits out there! No matter how fascinating they are, sometimes you could feel confused because you don't know yet how to cut or prepare it in a safe, time-saving way.

Check the following fruit hacks and share them with your friends! Next time you buy an exotic fruit or you visit an exotic destination, you would know how to get the most out of it!

In today's examples, I will show you how to cut persimmon (also known as kaki), cherimoya, and sweet cucumber.


This is a fruit you absolutely have to try! Not only it is healthy but also very crunchy, with a very interesting texture! As a dietitian, I definitely recommend you trying this fruit because it is full of antioxidants that will boost your good mood.


A funny-looking food, isn't it? If you have to guess, how do you think it tastes? Sweet, sour, or bitter?

Surprisingly this fruit is actually quite SWEET. The good news is that it is so soft that you only need a spoon to enjoy it! Give it a chance and let me know if you like it!

Sweet cucumber

What do you think of this fruit? Or should I say vegetable? Yes, you have every right to be confused because sweet cucumber is a mix between a fruit and a vegetable. You should definitely give it a try.

On one hand, you will get the sweet taste, typical from a fruit. On the other hand, the watery consistency of a cucumber. Let me know if you try it out and if you like it!

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