Golden Kiwi, blueberries, ataulfo mangoes, nam dok mai mangoes, wild african mangoes (these tiny little mangoes that taste of lemon sherbet), nectarines and peaches. And Kaki Rojo persimmons are pretty good too.
Watermelon I think. It feels like a trophy in a way, holding a piece of food that's big enough to be a cannon ball. I love the colours, the enormous amount of water. Eating watermelons in halves, using it as its own bowl is satisfyingly simple. It seems to be the best way to get people asking questions about the way you eat, in my experience.
All fruits! Each one of them have unique taste! I love them all!
Galia melon, mango and papaya.
Berries of any kind. But especially strawberries and blueberries.
mangoes cuz they're MANGOES :P :P lol. i love how they are so juicy and sweet yet they have a little tang to them. so amazing.
I agree about the berries - I think they are nutrient dense. And there aren't a whole lot of dark blue foods out there, when you think about it.
Watermelon and pineapple are very cleansing, imo, when they are properly ripe.
Sadly, mangoes are not good in Canada. At least not the mangoes I find in Safeway. Plus they are slippery. Plus I never learned to cut them up properly. I resort to frozen ones for smoothies.
Because eating 2000 cals of them makes me feel explosively happy...3000 cals makes me feel superheroic. Niacin rush?
When in season they are usually around 300cals/$1, so they make a good low-cost staple.
I just tried a mangosteen the other day and I am a big fan. Too expensive where I am though so Im going to say mangoes and passionfruit's together (don't know if they are a good combo but I love it) :)
For a staple fruit, champagne/ataulfo/manila mangoes are the best. I'm in heaven whenever I eat them. For an all time favorite, ummm I've got loads and I can go on for days just talking about my favorite fruits.