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Jamaican guineps - one of my favorite fruits

Jamaican Mangoes - Most mangoes start off with a dark green skin color and develop patches of gold, yellow, or red as they mature. The skin is smooth and encloses yellow to orange flesh that is softly moist and richly flavored. There are hundreds of different varieties of mangoes. Read more: www.jamaicans.com...

A slew of Caribbean favorites - yesssss

Guinep--Small fruit with thin green skin like grapes. Grows in bunches and is most widely used in desserts. Guava--Sweet oval-shaped fruit, to be eaten raw or stewed; often used for jelly. Flesh varies from white to deep pink. Jamaican Nutmeg--Brown oval seed, covered with a thin brown shell with red lacy network, which is ground and used as seasoning.

These are Quenepas from Puerto Rico, otherwise known as JA: Guineps / Nica: Mamoncillo / Haiti: Quenepe ...among other words

PR Fruits...."Quenepas" I used to gulp these down like there was no tomorrow.Sounds like Kah-nay-pay. Bite the lime looking thing and suck out the seed which is covered in pulp which you then suck from the seed. A little bit sour but Delicious!!!

Guinep is a fun fruit to eat. It has a thin skin that is inedible and the fruit is to be sucked and scraped off the seed. I don't know how to describe the flavor. The fruit stains your clothes so watch out.

LOVE A JAMAICAN :-) ♥

~JAMAICA! JAMAICA!~
Ayesha Turner
~JAMAICA! JAMAICA!~

I haven't had one of these in forever!!! I need to write my grandpa to tell him to send some over from Puerto rico....made my mouth water!

Ackee the Jamaican National Fruit. Fry this up with some salt fish and bell peppers mmmnn

Mamones - my favorite fruit from my childhood days in Panama! Oh I wish they had them here.