from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The pear-shaped edible stalk which bears the cashewnut. See Anacardium and cashew-nut.
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Do not limit yourself to the delicious orange juice; try some tropical specialties like "caju" (cashew-apple), "mamao" (papaya) and "manga" (mango).
The fleshy part is juicy, and somewhat like the cashew-apple, with a pleasant acidity added.
The cashew-apple and nut, called jambu muniet, or monkey-jambu
(Interestingly, the Goans, like the Brazilians, prize the nut while in the rest of South America, it is the outer cashew-apple that is the delicacy.)
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