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October 21, 2005

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Dot

I think it's a dragon fruit. Great pics!

Juniper

I agree, I think it is a dragon fruit. Very weird looking, don't know what it tastes like!

Dot

It doesn't taste as good as it looks

jennifer

the claw-like thingies are goose barnacles - apparently harvested from around these parts (british columbia) for export to spain. who knew?

sherri

It is dragon fruit and is simmilar to kiwi, a bit milder. The ones that I have had were pretty good.....if you like kiwi

Raquel

Hola!

the seafood are barnacles. They are really expensive here, in Spain. One kilo can cost 750€. They are delicious ..... 100% sea taste! We just boil them and take out the flesh inside. Try them next time. Don´t miss the experience!

Nice blog!

xavier

these fruits I use sometime.
In Belgium whe call theme "Pitagaya"

grts;

X

Lyn

I really really love this website!
The fruit is definitely called dragon fruit, they come with a reddish or yellow flesh as well and are common in asia. They can be a bit too tart if they are not ripe enough. Here is a website if you would like to read up on it.
http://www.tradewindsfruit.com/dragon_fruit.htm
I think I'll have to add Barcelona to my list of places to visit.

sophia

wandered across your site. yes, those are definitely dragonfruit. i grow them in the backyard, and i have to say that they do not at all taste like kiwi. not even close. of course the ones i grow don't taste nearly as good as the ones in asia. it's a refreshing, sweet sort of fruit. watery with a crunch like poppy seeds feel in your mouth.

sophia

wandered across your site. yes, those are definitely dragonfruit. i grow them in the backyard, and i have to say that they do not at all taste like kiwi. not even close. of course the ones i grow don't taste nearly as good as the ones in asia. it's a refreshing, sweet sort of fruit. watery with a crunch like poppy seeds feel in your mouth.

sophia

wandered across your site. yes, those are definitely dragonfruit. i grow them in the backyard, and i have to say that they do not at all taste like kiwi. not even close. of course the ones i grow don't taste nearly as good as the ones in asia. it's a refreshing, sweet sort of fruit. watery with a crunch like poppy seeds feel in your mouth.

sophia

wandered across your site. yes, those are definitely dragonfruit. i grow them in the backyard, and i have to say that they do not at all taste like kiwi. not even close. of course the ones i grow don't taste nearly as good as the ones in asia. it's a refreshing, sweet sort of fruit. watery with a crunch like poppy seeds feel in your mouth.

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