Delicious, exotic beans and not fruit at all
Sweet Tamarind cost 2.5$, the box is very heavy, about half a kilo, well I made up my mind and tried exotic not expensive. It was produced in Thailand, in its homeland. The second name of Tamarind, so-to-say public one is Indian date. And by taste it really reminds date. In general, it is covered with a thin shell from the outside just like peanut, and perhaps everybody knows and has tried it. It is very easy to clean; inside there is a soft, fleshy fruit, which is actually an edible part. However it has got seeds inside and they are non-edible they should be thrown away. These very seeds are seen in the cut on the last photo, there are a lot of them. In fact, from this half a kilo, God grant even if there will be 100 g (3.53 oz). So the price turns out to be too high, but who ever knew in advance. By the way, fruits themselves are large, two times bigger than common peanut. How big was my surprise when I found out that this is not a fruit… and even not a vegetable, but generally beans are fun fact. Generally speaking, sauces and spices are basically made from the pulp, and itself it is very healthy, as it possesses a light purging affect and merely has a plenty of positive results on all GIT, you won’t be able to list all of them. All in all – I recommend it, at least everyone should have a try.
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