Aka Pineapple Guava


  1. Grows in Brazil and various parts of South America
  2. Eat them by peeling and then eating the meat. Or peel, stew in a pot with sugar and put over ice cream.
  3. Grows on a evergreen shrub.
  4. It really does taste like Pineapple and Guava combined but has the texture of an orange!

This is probably the best Strange Food Sunday find yet. And whats even better is that it is often used as a topper on ice cream (very common in New Zealand). So delicious!