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How To Eat tropical fruits

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How To Eat tropical fruits
How To Eat tropical fruits
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Watch me eat a variety of tropical fruits. I discuss a bit about how to eat them, how to know they are ripe, and what they taste like. Fruits I eat in this video are mangosteen, rambutan, custard apple, passion fruit and dragon fruitTHUMBS UP if you noticed Duncan pulling a face in the background at the end when I mentioned his name :)
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