): More commonly known as star fruit because of its shape when sliced crosswise, the carambola
tastes a bit like quince and is used often these days in fresh vegetable and fruit salads.
juice (source of the precipitating agent) processed as described elsewhere  was also used.
Trays containing the carambola
slices were located under a bank of 4 UV-C lamps (Philips, TUV G30T8,30 W, USA; emission peak 254 nm) at 30 cm and subjected to irradiation doses of 6.0, 10.0, or 12.5 kJ [m.sup.-2] measured with a digital radiometer (UVP, UVX Radiometer, USA).
fruit juice (source of the precipitating agent) was also used.
e um fruto atrativo pelo seu formato de estrela, quando cortado em fatias transversais, com casca translucida e brilhante, polpa amarela de tonalidade intensa e sabor agridoce (NEVES et al., 2004).
The much-awaited rodeo event will feature competitions on calf lassoing; wrestling; casting down; load carrying; whipping; the so-called 'carambola
'; and bull riding.
You'll need: 1 320g filet of tuna, trimmed and wrapped with cellophane to form a cylinder, and refrigerated 160g cherry tomato 30g carambola
60g rosewater apple 50ml olive oil 20 ml red wine vinegar 5 ml ginger juice (obtained by crushing fresh ginger) 50g shallot, sliced chopped fresh herbs (small handful) chives spring onions 1/4 tsp shrimp paste 1 red chilli, sliced 15g sliced tomato sliced lemon 1 tsp salad oil creme fraiche dill Method 1.
15 slices of carambola
about 1/2 inch thick, seeds removed
Throw in the occasional farmer's market, and seasonal farm stands, and the result is a bumper crop of color, choice and quality, from the oh-so-special tastes and aromas of fish sauce and European cheeses to exotic tropic fruits such as carambola
Some physicochemical characteristics and functional properties of by-products from carambola
L.) alcoholic fermentation were evaluated as a possible food bioprotein source.