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Native to Equador and Mexico, Mora Común is red and cone-like. It is usually locally cultivated.

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Montesa Granadilla are said to have a grape-like taste. The are very heat resistant and can grow 8 to 10 feet high in ideal conditions.

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Monstera looks more like an ear of corn than fruit. I have seen these growing in Florida where I'm from. They are known for being resilient against hurricanes, important in Florida. =)

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Monkey Jackfruit is native to Burma, Malaysia and Indonesia and is known for being harder than traditional jackfruit. The latin name "rigidus" means rigid or stiff.

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Mock Strawberries were originally introduced to the U.S. as a decorative plant from China and Japan. It has now gained recognition as an invasive weed.

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Midyim Berries have a sweet and tangy taste. White/mauve fruit ripen in Australian Autumn.

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Melinjo is the main ingredient in Emping chips found in Indonesia. These chips were enjoyed by President Barack Obama on his trip to Indonesia in 2010.

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Meiwa Kumquat compared to the Eustis Limequat!

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Medlar was used as a euphemism for anus and female genitalia in Old English literature, including that of William Shakespeare. Check out the link for more about the fruit.

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Description of taste and how to eat Maypop, a variety of passionfruit.

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