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Take an Edible Tour of Miami's Kampong Gardens

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The lovely pinkish fruit of the plant also called paradise plum is sweet but fairly bland. It's commonly made into jelly, while the almond-flavored seeds can be roasted and eaten as well. In Barbados, it has a slightly less delicate name: fat pork.

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