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@Rabble %G/WCsAMyiuCXn0ZHuxbDfu7/g0BKngexfHf3Iree0TA=.sha256

What are those fruits? I bought them from the side of the road when I did a big road trip across Brazil in 2014 but I never understood when people told me the name.

I love eating local fruits which aren’t sold elsewhere.

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@luandro %YcmDfxlQa7A+BjgEg0kKEdhpc3Uxy0PnTTSyVChTT5k=.sha256

These are jabuticabas. And they are delicious. People in my village make wine with them, I preffer to just eat tons directly from the tree when it's season. The season lasts very little, so gotta enjoy it while u can.

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Jabuticaba jam and preserves are also delicious.

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I remember the first time I noticed that people outside of Brazil are not familiar with Jabuticabas, it was a revelation for me.

My mom has one Jabuticabeira at her home but it is impossible to harvest any fruit from it because the birds eat them before they're truly ripe.

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