About Vietnam's dragon fruits:
Dragon fruit (Thanh Long in Vietnamese), which may weigh up to 0.5kg with pink or dark red cover, has recently been cultivated in Vietnam. Its cover can be peeled off easily when the fruit is ripe, revealing the white gelatinous meat. The pulp contains countless tiny black seeds that cannot be extracted, giving the sweet and sour taste. Dragon fruit’s harvest season is in October, November, April and May.
Being geographically located in the tropical zone, Vietnam is truly a heaven when it comes to fruits.
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