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Rambutan
  • Description
    A common sight in Southeast Asian fruit stands, rambutan are still pretty rare stateside. Getting their name for the Malaysian word for "hairy," these close relatives to lychee fruit are covered with short, soft tendrils. Eat as you would a lychee, by slipping off the papery rind and snacking on the sweet, iridescent flesh inside.
    Season
    Peak Season: Varies

Rambutan

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