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Free jigsaw puzzle of lychee fruits in a white bowl. The lychee fruit is native to China, Taiwan and Southeast Asia. The white pulp is usually eaten fresh.

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Shortshoughton
Mar 2, 2016
Hi all. These are called litchees (pronounced leechees). The skin "pops" off easily, the flesh is white/translucent and there is a big pip in the middle. They are sweet, juicy and most people (especially kids for some reason...) love them as they are a quick and simple addition to lunch boxes, very seldom go off and not neally as filling as an apple/pear, etc. The flesh looks almost like an oyster but tastes nothing like that :-). We usually buy them is boxes of 1, 2 or 5kg and I have personally been known to eat an entire box of 1kg whilst watching a good movie on the telly...delish!
rahrah1820
Sep 17, 2016
Thanks for the info, I've never seen these in our Arizona stores
puzzlelover20
Sep 18, 2016
I haven't seen these in Texas stores either. I didn't know what those were either. Thanks for the info.
PurplePandora
Jul 12, 2016
They sound really good. I would like to try some. I have never seen them in the stores in the States. I guess I should try a specialty store. Enjoy them I envy you. I love almost all fruit.
dbnc2
Jan 14, 2016
Did as a mystery
would like to taste one
Leafpelt
May 26, 2014
Is it tasty?
LuvsWesterns
Dec 27, 2015
Hi Leafpelt -- I copied what follows below from FlyiingRoo's response to toadalove. Hope it answers your question:

They now grow them here in California. Australia also has cultivars, as does Brazil, and other tropical/subtropical places.
The texture is similar to a grape, they are flavorful but unfortunately they lose their flavor when canned. The taste is somewhere in between a white grape and a ripe pear. They have a large seed in the middle which makes it look like a large eyeball - on Halloween they are used in cocktails as "floating eyes" :-)
bbletsgo
Jan 11, 2014
What is this? a fruit or nut or what??
Leafpelt
Jul 5, 2014
It's a exotic fruit
bbletsgo
Jul 6, 2014
Thanx :)
fiestyolelady
Apr 23, 2014
Looks like an egg inside.
toadalove
Oct 21, 2013
Have never seen these anywhere and would just love to try one!
FlyingRoo
Jan 3, 2014
They now grow them here in California. Australia also has cultivars, as does Brazil, and other tropical/subtropical places.
The texture is similar to a grape, they are flavorful but unfortunately they lose their flavor when canned. The taste is somewhere in between a white grape and a ripe pear. They have a large seed in the middle which makes it look like a large eyeball - on Halloween they are used in cocktails as "floating eyes" :-)
heathertaylor
May 11, 2013
I just wanna know what it tastes like, because it looks so good
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