What are the common fruits and vegetables in the Philippines?
What months are each in season (i.e. cheap per kilo)?
There are many good fruits and vegetables here like, Okra, Ampalaya, Pak Choi, Sitaw or long green bean, talong or eggplant, cassava, kangkong is like a spinach, corn. Fruits that I like are bananas, coconuts, mangos, mangosteen, rambutan, among others. There are many more varieties of fruits and veggies in the Philippines that you would probably love. Type Philippine fruit or fruits of the Philippines into a search engine. Make a list of things that sound good and take that list to an oriental grocery store near you and ask if they have any in stock.
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