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« on: 11 April 2008, 08:13:19 »

The delightful Guiro fruit is one of many edible fruits found in the Kanapan region and part of the local cuisine. The fruit itself is grown under the ground, extending it's vine above the ground to reach for the sun.

Appearance: The Guiro is a large oval shaped fruit up to 1 ped and with a width of half a ped. The outside skin is composed of a dark purple outside . The skin is colored with lighter purple dots speckling across the skin. The flesh of the fruit inside is a soft green and crisp, wet to the touch but with a smooth texture almost like the bumps of human skin.

Territory: Native to the Kanapan Peninsula, Guiro fruit has none the less found its way to other temperate climates through trade by the Quios Shipping Guild. It is still considered an exotic fruit in most locations due to its finicky soil requirements. Guiro fruit will only grow in a high fertility soil, but also needs high phosphorus content in the ground to prosper.

Usages: The Guiro Fruit is a very versatile fruit when used in cooking. The inside is relished as a sweet, juicy treat served diced and sliced in a bowel as a appetizer, or served after meals in a sweet alcoholic concoction. The juice can be extracted and used for a very sweet yet tangy flavoring in other recipes.

The most common way to prepare Guiro fruit is to peel its skin into fat strips a boil them. When boiled it absorbs water and smooths out with a nice, chewy consistency. This meal can be mixed with seasonings and served as a main course very appealingly. The native Kanapan's love using this fruit because of it's high protein content that compensates for the lack of large game animals in the area.
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« Reply #1 on: 11 April 2008, 08:14:15 »

Made a few quick changes, I'll get back to this tonight but I'm enjoying the project. Can't wait to do more.
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