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  • I usually just say, “Too soon to tell”. kiwano Says:

    Good morning, how are you?

  • But this kiwano is yellow on the outside but green on the inside.

    Weird fruits in NZ

  • I took all the fruits to the counter, and the cashier asked me how does the kiwano tasted like?

    Weird fruits in NZ

  • The dinosaur looking fruit supposedly represent the kiwano.

    Weird fruits in NZ

  • The interior of the kiwano-melon did not have a jelly-like substance when I cut it, it was almost stiff.

    Triple Dog Dare - Horned Melon

  • Wow, I'm beginning to wonder if the kiwano melon I ate so long ago was bad.

    Triple Dog Dare - Horned Melon

  • The same is true of the kiwano, a Day-Glo orange spiky lump that could be mistaken for a radioactive horned toad.

    The Fruit Hunters

  • The horned melon, also called jelly melon and kiwano, is the fruit of Cucumis metuliferus, a native of Africa with a spiky yellow skin and a relatively scant amount of emerald-green, translucent gel surrounding its seeds.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • For more information, please visit www. kiwano.ca or call us directly at 604.628.0142.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

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