from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as guava.


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  • Surrounding the cleared portions around Greytown is a scrubby bush, amongst which are many guayava trees (Psidium sp.) having a fruit like a small apple filled with seeds, of a sub-acid flavour, from which the celebrated guava jelly is made.

    The Naturalist in Nicaragua

  • This plain was covered with thousands of guayava trees, laden with sufficient fruit to make guava jelly for all the world.

    The Naturalist in Nicaragua

  • I've used frozen guayava and mango juice before.:) my blender died so i gotta use juices, ice creams, and other liquids for now.

    smoothies, shakes, aguas frescas, etc


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