I suggest that you try these fruits in all forms: drink the juice, have a fantastic ice cream, eat the sweets, and, of course, just eat the fruit!
Did you know that cashew nuts come from caju? You can see them in this photo. Read my earlier post to learn more about caju.
Native to the Amazon; very used in juices and chocolates
Please, you have to eat açaí na tigela com granola. Regardless of any açaí product that you may have tried, please do not come back from Brazil without eating açaí na tigela!
Ok, I know you have guava in the U.S. But have you ever eaten a juicy guava?
There are many other fruits in Brazil, of course. This is just a sample of all you are going to taste there 🙂
Pictures thanks to the very cool photographers who make their art available on Flicker’s Creative Commons:
- Pitanga thanks to marcant_p55
- Goiaba thanks to Vic Lic
- Acerola thanks to Tiago Celestino
- Jaca thanks to Mauro Quanandi
- Carambola thanks to DeusXFlorida
- Seriguela thanks to Azeite
Thanks also to the anonymous artistis from whom I borrowed some of the pics.
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