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What fruits would be considered the most calorie dense. I know only of bananas when it comes to fruits that are high in calories.

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Wouldn't dates be concidered dehydrated and therefore not a whole food. I was under the impressiion that they should be eaten only in moderation.
OK, I don't have access to that here. Are there any other calorie dense foods?

I thought you could get non-dehydrated dates somehow?

Mangoes, pomegranate seeds, persimmons, dates, figs...
Jackfruit, Canistel, Mamey Sapote, Green Sapote, fresh Dates, fresh Figs, Chocolate Sapote, Durian, Chempedak, fresh Tamarind, fresh Carob flesh, Rollinia, Peanut Butter fruit, Avocado, Abiu, Star Apple. ♥ ♥
ohh my! peanut butter fruit?!
Tastes just like peanut butter, but low fat! ♥
Nature is amazing.
mmmm, i think i'm in love! fruit never ceases to amaze me...
Dear Zeth ♥,
It should grow in Hawaii, the climate is suitable for it; its botanical name is: Bunchosia argenta.
My friend has a tree.
They are not really grown commercially for a couple of reasons.
Firstly they need to be picked just at the right time ( which does not really fit in with commercial growing) And also the seed is about 90% of the weight, so again not really commercially viable.
So the best place to search for Peanut Butter Fruit is in the gardens of fruit enthusiasts.
They grow in tropical and sub-tropical climates.
Love and Peaches XX.
Dear Mica ♥,
I would suggestthat getting some seeds, if you live in a warm climate, and growing your own is probably the best way, as they are rarely seen for sale. Or find the local fruit enthusiast.
Love and Peaches XX.
MMMmmmm... I have been eating chocolate sapote as a staple for a week or so now. They have been so good!

How does green sapote taste? I have heard it tastes like mamey. Also, have you ever heard of Ross Sapote? Apparently it's like canistel but better...

Lastly, I never really have considered star apple a dense fruit. Seems more like the same as a grape or lychee. Would you agree?
Green Sapote is very similar to Mamey, but with a greeny brown skin that starts to wrinke when properly tree ripened. The flesh, in my experience, is not quite as orange as the Mamey, but has more of a brown tint, also I find the the texture is a bit smoother. Very nice dense nutritional fruit. They had some at our Fruit Club Christmas party on Wednesday, Cappi was very happy.
My friend grows Ross Canistels, and they are very good


I find Star Apples to be more nutrient dense, similar to an Abiu, especially the bit right next to the skin :)
Star Apple:


Love and Peaches XX ♥.

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