Have you seen Water apple?

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@yanzalong (8771)
Indonesia
November 30, 2017 4:42pm CST
This is what we call water apple fruits. I am not sure if water apple trees grow in your countries. Few of this are sold in the markets either. I shot this on my way to my jogging tracks. Looks yummy and suitable for warm weather. Have you seen this before?
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@Ithink (6848)
• United States
1 Dec
Very interesting looking, would love to know how they taste. There is so many different things over there I would so try if I had the chance!
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@yanzalong (8771)
• Indonesia
1 Dec
You will have the chance I am sure.
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@Ithink (6848)
• United States
1 Dec
@yanzalong I really doubt it but still love hearing about the places, cultures and foods.
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@yanzalong (8771)
• Indonesia
1 Dec
@Ithink Have you heard about LOA? When you think about something that you really want and you imagine it's as if happening to you, it is said you are sending signal to the Universe about it, then sooner or later it may become reality.
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@A_loves_B (1387)
• Indonesia
1 Dec
I have it in my garden.
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@yanzalong (8771)
• Indonesia
1 Dec
You like it?
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@A_loves_B (1387)
• Indonesia
1 Dec
@yanzalong Very much.
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@yanzalong (8771)
• Indonesia
1 Dec
@A_loves_B I thought you liked imported apples.
@ebanreb (4749)
• Philippines
30 Nov
Yes we have lots of these in our place. That fruit is crunchy and watery when you eat it.
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@yanzalong (8771)
• Indonesia
1 Dec
Whats the price / kg my friend?
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@ebanreb (4749)
• Philippines
1 Dec
@yanzalong 1 US dollar per kilo I guess
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@yanzalong (8771)
• Indonesia
1 Dec
@ebanreb Thats normall price, my friend.
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@AmbiePam (46158)
• United States
30 Nov
I have never heard of them until this post, but now I am intrigued.
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@yanzalong (8771)
• Indonesia
30 Nov
They are very cheap. I've never seem them sold in supermarkets. Even rare in traditional markets. Owner of this fruit trees just let the fruits unplucked.
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@AmbiePam (46158)
• United States
1 Dec
@yanzalong They look like we used to call horse apples.
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@yanzalong (8771)
• Indonesia
1 Dec
@AmbiePam Never heard of the name.
@LadyDuck (121705)
• Switzerland
1 Dec
No they do not grow here in Switzerland, it's too cold here.
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@yanzalong (8771)
• Indonesia
1 Dec
I think they only grow in Asian countries.
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@LadyDuck (121705)
• Switzerland
1 Dec
@yanzalong I do not know if they also grow in other hot countries.
@toniganzon (41130)
• Philippines
30 Nov
They do and I love eating that.
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@yanzalong (8771)
• Indonesia
1 Dec
How do you get it, Toni?
@toniganzon (41130)
• Philippines
1 Dec
@yanzalong From my uncle's house before.
@Namelesss (1019)
• United States
30 Nov
It's hard to tell from the pic but it looks very similar to what we call Mayhaws. Down here in the south of the US we make jelly from them.
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@yanzalong (8771)
• Indonesia
30 Nov
It contains almost 100% water. It tastes sweet but not exactly like apples.
@Namelesss (1019)
• United States
30 Nov
@yanzalong Mayhaws aren't sweet before you add sugar but they grow near or in water.
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@JohnRoberts (41093)
• Los Angeles, California
1 Dec
I have never seen anything like that before.
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@yanzalong (8771)
• Indonesia
1 Dec
It grows only in certain countries.
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@amadeo (47911)
• United States
30 Nov
Nope and never heard of them.They do not look appealing to e.
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@yanzalong (8771)
• Indonesia
1 Dec
Not at the first sight to be sure.
@JudyEv (100820)
• Bunbury, Australia
30 Nov
I've never heard of them. The fruit is very pretty. Beautiful colour.
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@yanzalong (8771)
• Indonesia
1 Dec
There are two types. Another one is yellowish brown.
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@Scrapper88 (1216)
• United States
30 Nov
I do not remember seeing them before.
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@yanzalong (8771)
• Indonesia
1 Dec
The trees have fruits throughout the year.
@rina110383 (23095)
30 Nov
My first time to see an apple.
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@yanzalong (8771)
• Indonesia
30 Nov
Really?
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@Hatley (159381)
• Garden Grove, California
30 Nov
I have never seen hem efore theyloik reallygood ve that they aredood to eat nwaterapplesILwillllookethat p