It's funny you should ask this. Yesterday I bought a fruit called a NONI. I saw it at the store and my friend walked in and said how good they were for you. I am waiting until it ripens to mix with pineapple in the blender and then drink 'just a bit of it'. I had never heard of it or seen it before.
Here in Brazil, there are lots of different things I have tried. A chuchu, a maxixi, and several fruits that you wouldn't see anywhere else.
Just the other day I went to a japanese restaurant and tried spicy shrimp. Heres the kicker... They were still alive!!!. If you can get past the fact that you can feel your food jumping around in your mouth, they don't taste half bad.
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