pomelo

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Synonyms for pomelo

southeastern Asian tree producing large fruits resembling grapefruits

large pear-shaped fruit similar to grapefruit but with coarse dry pulp

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Liu, "The flavonoid composition of flavedo and juice from the pummelo cultivar (Citrus grandis (L.
The Americans have shown a preference for sweet grapefruit over tart or bitter fruit, the less acidic Melogold, Chironja , Oroblanco varieties - both crosses between the pummelo and the grapefruit are becoming more popular.
Sweeter than the average grapefruit, the Pummelo is eaten not only as a citrus fruit but used in Thai salads with wing beans and grilled prawns, as well as the Vietnamese Goi Buoi, which includes crabmeat, chicken, Pummelo sections, and vegetables.
Prepare a scented oil by combining one cup of olive oil with 3 Tablespoons of fresh lemon, lime, grapefruit, pummelo, or orange zest (grated rind).
Home garden experience with "Oroblanco'is still sketchy, but one thing seems certain: its pummelo parentage contributed a lower heat requirement than is necessary to ripen most grapefruit.
There are many fruit trees that can be grown in containers, including pummelos, chico, makopa, lemons and limes, guava and many more.
Mandarins and kumquats are symbols of luck, while pummelos offer abundance and prosperity and are often left on doorsteps as a gift of good luck, respect and love.
packer has a product list that includes navel and Valencia oranges, lemons, grapefruit, mandarins and several exotic specialties, such as minneolas and pummelos.
Descended from pummelos in Malaysia and hybridized with oranges in the West Indies, grapefruit has been cultivated for the last century.
Robert Ward (594-4290), O, pummelos (Chinese grapefruit) by appointment.
Other superior grafted fruit trees are the seedless balimbing, seedless atis, Longkong and Duku lanzones, Abiu from Brazil, Perante orange, Vietnam pummelos, super avocado, sweet kamias, imported makopas (4 varieties) and others.