Dare to try dragon fruit

08/7/2013 | PARADE

Dragon fruit gives dishes a jolt of exotic color and crunch. The fruit, which is a type of cactus, is native to Latin America and has a flavor reminiscent of kiwi or pear. The speckled flesh should be scooped out from the outer skin, which is inedible.

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