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The long, fleshy, yellow fruit of the Parmentiera cereifera tree is fibrous, but sweet and juicy, with a flavor, according to one source, like "a blend of sweet bell peppers mixed with sugar cane." It can be eaten raw or cooked, and may be pickled or preserved.

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