As a supplement, noni fruit from the Morinda citrifolia tree is consumed as a juice or a tea, usually mixed with another fruit to mask its pungent flavor. It can also be consumed as a powder in pill or capsule form.
Though noni is most commonly used as a supplement in the Western world, it is regularly consumed as a food staple where it naturally grows. It is present throughout the tropics and is a food source for Australian Aboriginals as well as Pacific and Southeast Asians. It can be consumed raw and salted, roasted, or cooked as part of a curry dish.Learn More
Lemons contain a high level of acid, which breaks down the enzymes that can cause fruit to turn brown. To stop the browning agents on fruit, the enzymes must be knocked out or unable to mix with other chemicals.Full Answer >
"Guanabana" is a Spanish name for the soursop fruit, a tropical tree fruit that is has an edible, fleshy pulp. The fruit originated in the West Indies and South America but is grown in tropical climates all over the world, as of 2014. It is particularly popular in Southeast Asia.Full Answer >
The olive is a fruit. Specifically, it is a drupe with a fleshy, outer covering that surrounds a pit. Olives are found on trees that can live to be hundreds of years old. Olives have been cultivated for thousands of years, and there are hundreds of types of olive cultivars.Full Answer >
Watermelon skin can be eaten; however, inorganic melons may have pesticides on them. Watermelons should be washed before being cut to avoid spreading the pesticides to the flesh. The seeds are also edible and are enjoyed as snacks in many parts of the world.Full Answer >