4 thoughts on “Kousa fruit

  1. Deb

    They taste like a cross between peach and strawberry. They’re pulpy, and have big seeds, so you simply break the toughish skin and squeeze the pulp into your mouth, and mush it around to get the seeds out. Quite delicious, I think, and it’ll never be marketable, as the fruits last perhaps two days out from being picked or picked up from the ground.

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