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FACTS ABOUT RAMBUTAN
Rambutan is a medium-sized tropical tree in the family Sapindaceae. The name also refers to the edible fruit produced by this tree. The rambutan is native to Southeast Asia.
Rambutan got its name from the Malay word for hair because the golf-ball-sized fruit has a hairy red and green shell. Its unmistakable appearance is often compared to that of a sea urchin (1). The fruit is related to the lychee and longan fruits and has a similar appearance when peeled.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About Rambutan
- What is the English name of rambutan?
A rambutan (Nephelium lappaceum) is a tree from southeast Asia. The fruit that grows on the tree is also called rambutan. It is in the same family as Lychee. The name rambutan is a word that means "hairy".
- What is rambutan good for?
Rambutan benefits include cure for small ailments like dry lips and sprue mouth, improves the health of the eyes, prevention of anemia, reduces bad cholesterol, prevents cancer, cleans kidneys, is an immunity booster, lowers blood pressure, a cure for diarrhea, prevents constipation, rejuvenates skin, makes hair.
- Are rambutan and lychee the same?
Rambutan is the size of a golf ball, whereas lychee is a little smaller. Besides the size, it's easy to tell them apart. Rambutan has a red outer skin but what's most noticeable about it is the hair-like prongs all around the shell that's coloured somewhere between neon green and orange.
- Is Rambutan toxic?
Although the flesh of rambutans are safe to eat, its skin and seed contain several toxic substances that should not be consumed. While some sources say that the skin and seed of rambutan fruits can be consumed, studies suggest that they should never be eaten.
- Can you buy rambutan in the US?
While rambutans may seem exotic to Westerners, they're a common snack throughout Asia, and increasingly in Australia and in tropical countries in Central America. They're also available in specialty produce stores around the U.S., and you can often find them in Chinatown produce stalls.
- How do you eat rambutan?
Many people describe the flavor of rambutans as similar to that of the lychee fruit, but slightly more tart. They’re usually eaten plain as a snack, though they are also delicious muddled into cocktails, paired with other fruits in a tropical salad or as a fruit topping on ice cream, yogurt or other desserts. You can also use rambutans as a substitute in any recipe that calls for lychees.
- How long do rambutans last?
Rambutans are delicate and don’t keep longer than one or two days at room temperature. To preserve a few days longer, wrap them in a breathable plastic bag and refrigerate.
Would you dare to eat unlimited Rambutan? How many Rambutans can you take? Share your thoughts in the comments! :)
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