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Name That Fruit Quiz

Can you name the fruits pictured below?
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Last updated: March 21, 2018
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Passion Fruit
Jackfruit
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level 20
Nov 9, 2013
100%
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level 43
Nov 11, 2013
I've never had a quince my whole life. Does it taste like an apple or a pear?
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level 31
Nov 13, 2013
It's very bitter.
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level 73
Dec 16, 2013
I remember it being one of the foods that begin with the letter Q Rosie Perez memorized in the movie White Men Can't Jump.
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level 55
Dec 16, 2013
Ha, I thought the same thing once the answer came up!
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level 27
Jan 10, 2014
Quince is very popular where I live (Chile), where it's called membrillo. The fruit is very hard, so it's usually cooked into something like apple sauce or jam... or a block of wonderfulness that's like fruit leather, but softer. When people eat it without cooking it, it's sometimes eaten with salt (delicious!). Or sometimes people will pound it against hard surfaces to soften it.
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level 44
Jul 30, 2014
we sell membrillo paste at my store. great with cheese.
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level 66
Nov 25, 2014
Quince jelly (not the USA jelly) is very nice, cooked with honey and vanilla. Lovely with ice-cream in summer.
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level 11
Dec 2, 2014
It's a bit tasteless raw. Pretty hard, and not worth eating, really. Then you make delicious quince paste out of it, like a jam/jelly that is amazingly delicious.
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level 74
Oct 30, 2015
I have a quince tree but my fruit isn't bitter. It tastes to me like a cross between an apple and a pear and is in the same family. As others say, it is hard and bland when raw, much better after it is cooked. "...they dined on mince and slices of quince which they ate with a runcible spoon..." (The Owl and the Pussycat)
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level 7
May 17, 2018
wow, you're level 73?
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level 74
Jul 10, 2018
There are people at level 82 on this site. It gets much more difficult to advance when you get up the ladder, especially with all the quiz resets. At my level it takes 1000 points to advance to the next level, but if it was easy it wouldn't be fun.
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level 23
Nov 27, 2013
Quince can be used in pies and desserts. Can you accept satsuma for kumquat??? :D
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level 51
Dec 16, 2013
Why not.. also: orange, lemon and grapefruit should be accepted
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level 13
May 4, 2014
but it isnt...
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level 43
Dec 22, 2013
Serbians make rakiya (stron brandy) out of quinces - delectable flavour!
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level 43
Apr 3, 2015
Strong*
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level 45
May 24, 2015
Why? They're nothing alike.
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level 14
Feb 8, 2014
Which 3% of people didn't know what a strawberry was???
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level 13
Feb 24, 2014
I know,right? Maybe they live in No-Strawberries-Because-They-Are-Weird-Land!
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level 13
May 4, 2014
I go there about once every 6 months.
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level 52
May 26, 2016
Lol
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level 21
Jun 20, 2016
Maybe they didn't see strawberry when they gave up
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level 22
Feb 8, 2014
The currants made me a bit angry, because there are so many where I live and they are so yummy, but we call them huckleberries and apparently that was not an acceptable answer..
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level 44
Jul 30, 2014
currants and huckleberries are not related at all
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level 11
Apr 18, 2014
I've heard of all of these except for a Jackfruit... I thought it was a durian (which apparently is similar in appearance.)
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level 5
Apr 28, 2014
omg I know!! Since I was born in the Philippines mum gives me all different types of weird fruit. I've had both Jackfruit and Durian but ugh Durian tates terrible and Jackfruit tastes delicious! Jackfruit has a much more sweeter taste
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level 34
May 2, 2014
I actually find durian tastier than jackfruit
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level 18
Dec 3, 2015
I've never had Jackfruit or Durian... :( Maybe they aren't as popular where I live.
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level 10
Jun 23, 2016
They look exactly the Same............
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level 22
Aug 15, 2016
durian tasting terrible is all a matter of perspective.
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level 25
Aug 27, 2016
Never heard of durian but jackfruit lives as a ghost when once put in your fridge and NEVER leaves!! I think it's an acquired taste and the texture reminds me of bubblegum.
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level 16
Jul 10, 2018
It depends... the durian and jackfruit are very popular in Malaysia, which is one of the biggest places where these 2 fruits are marketed, and most citizens there have a 50/50 liking
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level 35
Oct 3, 2014
I've never heard of Jackfruit either. I thought it was Breadfruit which is similar in appearance as well (it is also from the same family).
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level 43
Oct 30, 2014
Jackfruit is replacing mango in a lot of orchards? plantations? farms? down in Mexico. Apparently because of a thriving asian market. Those things are huge! But you need to slice them open and pull out the little internal fleshy pods, and the juice is like glue. Literally.
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level 38
Aug 26, 2015
Jackfruit (jaca) are very common in Brazil, too. They are quite large - watermelon size - but grow high on tree trunks. You don't want to be walking under a jaqueira tree when one of those fall...
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level 66
Nov 25, 2014
Durrian have sharp pointed cone shapes all over them, difficult to catch if one is thrown to you from a high tree (been there done that)
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level 22
Aug 15, 2016
Durians ('duri' meaning thorn in Malay and Indonesian) have very hard thorns, and jackfruit have bumps on the skin rather than thorns. Durian has a creamy consistency, while jackfruit have a firm texture.
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level 20
Apr 5, 2018
Found a Jackfruit in our usual grocery store a while ago. It's a little bit expensive and bulky and you need a hammer to eat it, but I've heard that it tastes delicious despite the horrible smell.
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level 9
Apr 24, 2014
it's wierd because i know most of these fruits from living in costa rica- problem is i only know their spanish word lol
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level 15
Apr 27, 2014
I've never heard of a rambutan
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level 13
May 4, 2014
They look like Dragonfruit. IDK WHAT A JACKFRUIT IS!!!
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level 44
Jul 30, 2014
dragonfruit is about the size of a large fist, rambutan is ping pong ball-sized
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level 57
Dec 24, 2016
its a spiky melon thing people in asia eat.
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level 42
Aug 30, 2014
yeah, i thought it was a dragonfruit. thanks for the clarification, beetboy12. i appreciate it :)
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level 49
Jan 21, 2016
They taste like large, sour, purple grapes. You peel the skin off with your teeth.
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level 47
Apr 30, 2016
Dunno what rambutans you've been eating, but they are much more like lychees, very sweet, although they do have a rind on the seed that sticks to the flesh making them a little annoying to eat.
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level 22
Aug 15, 2016
yes, only if you have no hands...as for the sour grapes...you obviously haven't tasted a rambutan...it is very sweet, with just a very slight hint of sour.
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level 55
Nov 23, 2016
The rambutans I've had have a very thick skin, as thick as a grapefruit, and are sweet inside, though not as sweet as lychees. If you peel grapefruits with your teeth, then go for it.
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level 25
Nov 3, 2016
It's wonderfully delicious!!!
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level 42
Apr 30, 2014
I love when Rambutans are in season....so tasty!
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level 1
May 7, 2014
I got all correct boom!
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level 3
Jan 5, 2017
ya right
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level 66
May 11, 2014
guava in my country has white pulp. What the hell is that red pulp guava?!! What does it taste??!!!!
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level 38
Aug 26, 2015
The taste is very similar - maybe the pink one is a little bit sweeter, but that also depends on how ripe they are when you eat them.
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level 2
May 23, 2014
How the heck I can't guess Mango? I feel so embarrassed! XD Probably because it's look slightly different in my country... I Don't Know Fig,Currant,Kumquat and Quince and I don't think I ever taste them before...
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level 21
Jan 16, 2017
I always know what it feels like to be embarrassed. Try to remember next time
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level 21
Sep 9, 2018
Yeah i would've probably missed it had i not seen the way they cut it in the picture
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level 35
Jun 9, 2014
All the ones I didn't know I didn't know what they were.
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level 13
Feb 8, 2017
i didn't know what half of those fruits were!
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level 3
Jun 15, 2014
This is awesome
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level 14
Jun 22, 2014
can we accept "melon" for the watermelon part?
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level 43
Apr 3, 2015
Well, melon is something very different from watermelon.
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level 44
Jun 23, 2014
We know passion fruit as granadilla in southern Africa. And no @OzlandGaming, there are many different types of melon. That picture depicts a watermelon.
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level 12
Jan 12, 2017
Lol yeah I also struggled with that one, kept thinking I was spelling wrong.
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level 7
Jun 28, 2014
too hard
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level 14
Jul 12, 2014
Dragonfruit? for the red hairy looking one.
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level 22
Sep 16, 2015
nope it,s called a rambutan.... here is what a dragon fruit looks like: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pitaya
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level 44
Oct 9, 2014
I have a kumquat shrub thing. it is like a tree but tiny with little oranges that taste like lemons.
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level 2
Oct 29, 2014
student of fruit science, it's so easy for me
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level 34
Oct 30, 2014
What is a rambutan like?
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level 49
Oct 20, 2015
Its like a big lychee but easier to peel and less slimy
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level 18
Dec 3, 2015
Tougher than a lychee and bigger but not as sweet.
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level 34
Jun 8, 2017
They sell a lot of rambutan in Hawaii
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level 7
Nov 8, 2014
20/20 time left 1;56
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level 24
Nov 13, 2014
no one knows half of these. I don't even know half of these.
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level 19
Nov 17, 2014
first time I think is very hard
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level 4
Nov 24, 2014
Did it 100 prcent
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level 34
Nov 24, 2014
oh wow... i guess alot of the people here should start eating asian fruits... the Rambutan, Jackfruit, Persimmon, Kumquat and Lychee are all awesomely good fruits
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level 74
Oct 30, 2015
There is also an American persimmon - smaller but sweeter. (Unless you eat them before they fully ripen, then they actually cause your mouth to pucker.)
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level 18
Dec 3, 2015
Lychees are delicious!
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level 25
Aug 31, 2017
I knew the fruit but couldn't spell persimmon. I spelt it "percimmon"
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level 26
Nov 30, 2014
i managed to get 16/20 on this quiz, and should've got 3 of the remaining 4, but i have no idea what a fig is.
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level 66
Feb 8, 2017
I wonder where you live? figs are such a common fruit. I love fig jam, especially if there are plenty of seeds in it. Fig and ginger jam is good also.
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level 9
Dec 1, 2014
got 19/20
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level 9
Dec 1, 2014
Got everything except for kumquat. what is kumquat?
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level 43
Apr 3, 2015
It is a very small orange. A bit bitter.
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level 66
Feb 8, 2017
Only bitter if picked too early (like a lot of fruit) otherwise really nice.
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level 44
Oct 8, 2016
I think it originated from China, but it's very popular on the island of Corfu in Greece.
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level 13
Dec 9, 2014
I know most of them but in spanish, so I translated them using google translate... is that cheating?
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level 74
Oct 30, 2015
Not in my book, as long as you already knew the answer and just translated it.
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level 24
Jan 10, 2015
I think maracuya should be accepted.
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level 43
Apr 3, 2015
I believe it is maracuja.
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level 45
Jan 16, 2015
I got 16. I knew persimmon and guava, but didn't know how to spell them in english. :)
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level 34
Jan 19, 2015
You should change it so that lychee can be spelled as lechee or leechee
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level 42
Mar 13, 2017
If we took the "ph" from elephant and the "one" from done, we get "phone". Is that acceptable instead of "fun"?
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level 16
Feb 3, 2015
Kumquats are the best
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level 14
Feb 9, 2015
Beat it with 1:42 left.
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level 28
Feb 16, 2015
persimon... physalis???
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level 43
Apr 3, 2015
Nope. Different.
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level 11
Mar 17, 2015
Your jackfruit picture looks too much like a durian. I spent ages wondering why that wasn't right. Maybe give a picture of the inside? That differentiates them pretty well.
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level 22
Sep 16, 2015
errrr.... durian (meaning with thorns in Bahasa Melayu and Bahasa Indonesia) has very obvious protruding thorns, while jackfruit has small bumps... the fruit is quite different - durian has a thick, pale yellow, creamy texture while jackfruit has a waxy, firm golden yellow texture. Taste-wise, they are miles apart.....wait till you try and find the difference between jackfruit (nangka) and chempedak https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Artocarpus_integer https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jackfruit
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level 66
Feb 8, 2017
If you had tried catching Durians dropped from high in a Durian tree, you would know the difference ...
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level 52
Mar 20, 2015
rambutan is also called "cock's comb fruit". also the blackberries look identical to mulberries, no?
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level 74
Oct 30, 2015
I grow blackberries and mulberries and had no trouble telling the difference. Mulberries grow on trees, blackberries grow on canes. The fruits look somewhat similar but not the same.
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level 25
Jun 17, 2015
I forgot pear :/
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level 50
Jun 25, 2015
13 right
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level 24
Jul 12, 2015
I thought the Jackfruit was a Durian :) Was getting so confused!!
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level 74
Apr 30, 2016
I tried both durian and breadfruit before getting it right.
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level 42
Jul 29, 2015
uses the comments to get more answers....
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level 20
Aug 7, 2015
You know that moment, when you're just sitting there, and 92% got avocado, and you just thought it was a badly coloured kiwi or something...
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level 22
Sep 16, 2015
Hi just to confirm.... the lychee is a fruit with red skin, and a longan has brown skin like the one you have illustrated.... http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kimlai-yingling/lychee-rambutan-and-longan_b_4690073.html https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Longan https://www.hort.purdue.edu/newcrop/morton/lychee.html
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level 47
Dec 27, 2015
Both are common here in Queensland - and although you are right about the colour (well, mostly, lychees start off green and ripen to red, and not evenly, as is shown in the photo, whereas longans are always brown), the photo clearly shows a lychee. Longans have smooth skin.
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level 1
Oct 20, 2015
Is this hard
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level 9
Oct 22, 2015
WOWZERS.
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level 55
Oct 30, 2015
please accept kaki
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level 18
Dec 3, 2015
100% with 3:03 to spare! :D
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level 8
Dec 16, 2015
I could only think of the Chinese name for lychee
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level 2
Dec 28, 2015
Harder than it sounds
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level 9
Jan 22, 2016
How does a Jackfruit taste? I never tasted it before...
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level 26
Jan 28, 2016
Like pineapple bubble gum
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level 10
Jan 24, 2016
never heard of rambutan or jackfruit
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level 66
Feb 8, 2017
very common in South East Asia, Indonesia especially.
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level 28
Feb 11, 2016
I love rambutan!!
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level 53
Feb 15, 2016
I feel ashamed! I've eaten rambutan and I didn't get it right.
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level 28
Mar 10, 2016
Easily hadn't heard of at least 6 of those fruits.
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level 13
Mar 21, 2016
spent a lot of time searching for spanish translations... here we eat a lot of quince!!
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level 8
Apr 29, 2016
100 percent! in one minute It was incredibly easy
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level 46
Apr 30, 2016
If most of them are hard you might as well take the obvious fruits (strawberry, pear, pineapple, etc.) out
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level 44
Feb 15, 2018
But then the people with basic fruit knowledge would hardly get any
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level 58
Apr 30, 2016
Accept BreadFruit for jackfruit
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level 26
Jan 1, 2017
Breadfruit and jackfruit are totally different.
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level 23
May 1, 2016
Pomegranate should be accepted for Granate Apple
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level 36
May 2, 2016
I think durian should be accepted for jackfruit.
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level 65
Nov 12, 2016
I thought the same thing before taking this quiz, then I looked up jackfruit and realized that they are totally different things. They do look similar on the exterior. Durian is much spikier. The are not related and the taste/aroma are leagues apart.
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level 16
May 5, 2016
My fruit knowledge is not up to par.
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level 42
Dec 7, 2017
*pear
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level 23
May 26, 2016
I couldn't think of like, half of these. I was up to the point where I was so confused I HAD to look them up. (I looked them up because I didn't want to give up, but I eventually did).
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level 29
Jun 4, 2016
Are persimmon and fuji fruit the same thing?
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level 56
Nov 26, 2016
There is a delicious variety of persimmon called fuyu which can be eaten while it is still crisp. The original persimmon has to be quite soft before it is edible.
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level 10
Jun 23, 2016
Explain what the heck a quince is someone
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level 71
Jun 30, 2016
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=quince
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level 71
Jun 30, 2016
bramble should be acceptable for blackberry
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level 28
Jul 5, 2016
can you accept lichee for lychee
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level 26
Jul 11, 2016
i've never heard of quince in my life i dont think we have it here in southeast asia
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level 32
Aug 1, 2016
ive heard of all of these because my mum's from vietnam and she lets me try exotic fruits
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level 16
Aug 23, 2016
This is like the third quiz that I failed to spell pomegranate even though I knew it.
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level 32
Aug 29, 2016
surely you should accept sharon fruit for persimmon still 100%
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level 21
Sep 15, 2016
Nice quiz, going to check what a quince is!!
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level 74
Oct 28, 2016
Tastes like a cross between an apple and a pear - in the same family. They are better cooked into jam or preserves.
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level 13
Nov 7, 2016
I thought name "rambutan" is just used in sri lanka so i didnt type :(
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level 8
Nov 9, 2016
WOW a thought this was gonna be easy
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level 35
Nov 12, 2016
I thought the kumquat was a physalis. Which I have often heard mispronounced as syphilis.
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level 48
Nov 28, 2016
Isn't 'Chinese apple' also something used interchangeably with 'pomegranate'?
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level 42
Mar 13, 2017
I think it's considered too broad of an answer. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_apple
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level 3
Jan 16, 2017
At first I thought that the kumquat was just a long orange.
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level 21
Jan 19, 2017
got them all with 2:41 left
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level 5
Feb 13, 2017
hard bros
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level 32
Feb 22, 2017
finished with 5 min left
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level 7
Feb 26, 2017
20/20 too EZ
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level 7
Mar 15, 2017
How I can add a picture?
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level 7
Mar 15, 2017
How can I add a photo as you did?
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level 50
Mar 27, 2017
In Ireland (and maybe uk?) persimmon is called Sharon fruit.
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level 65
May 7, 2017
And in other countries too.
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level 9
Mar 28, 2017
you didnt put grapes
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level 38
Apr 20, 2017
Interesting, I have never seen a fresh currant before. They are very pretty.
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level 66
May 7, 2017
In the UK and Australia for instance, small dried black currants are dried grapes, used to be called Corinth Currants see: ... ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O2o0PiApSsE
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level 7
Apr 28, 2017
How can I add a photo as you did?
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level 25
May 19, 2017
could you accept 'sharon fruit' for permisson? that's what we call them here in the UK! thanks, awesome quiz
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level 4
May 20, 2017
15/20
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level 38
Jun 4, 2017
That.Is.Not.A.Mango.
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level 34
Jun 8, 2017
16/20
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level 2
Jun 19, 2017
try to beat my score of 2:40
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level 5
Jan 20, 2018
thats a good score! i couldn't beat it!
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level 2
Jun 20, 2017
We can those "passion fruits" grinadellas over here !
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level 5
Jun 30, 2017
Persimmons are also known as Sharron fruits!!!
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level 21
Jul 6, 2017
Got 17/20 Correct I'm 11 Didn't get Currant, Persimmon & Quince
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level 12
Aug 17, 2017
Guava for Guava Juice on youtube ;)
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level 48
Sep 27, 2017
Could you include shannonfruit for persimmon? I've always know it as that...
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level 27
Sep 29, 2017
Could you please accept Sharon Fruit for persimmon?
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level 9
Oct 2, 2017
allow misspelling chai
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level 48
Oct 31, 2017
You should update and expand this quiz, by adding things like dragonfruit, bitter-melon, starfruit, longan (although it looks very similar to lychees on the outside), durian, mangosteen, and snake fruit.
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level 22
Nov 17, 2017
Can you please add granadilla for “passion fruit” because that’s what we call it where I live?
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level 37
Nov 19, 2017
please add maracuja as passion fruit.
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level 15
Dec 14, 2017
20/20 100% with 2:23 left.
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level 5
Jan 20, 2018
Very nice and well done. I recommend it much.
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level 35
May 17, 2018
I think you should accept redberry or orange for strawberry. Being the minority, we Martians and ex-Martians don't take too kindly to discrimination.
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level 25
May 21, 2018
I seems to be too bad
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level 25
May 21, 2018
just 65%
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level 66
Jul 5, 2018
Like this?....... try my Fruit / Veg / Nut quiz ...here it is
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level 22
Jul 7, 2018
I didn't know I was so bad at naming fruits...
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level 48
Jul 10, 2018
Couldn't get mango as it is a little different in Pakistan. Can you plz change the picture so it is more obvious, i was thinking of a peach.
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level 56
Jul 10, 2018
If you enter gooseberry then the (correct) answer to Red currant is filled in??!??
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level 74
Jul 10, 2018
Yeah, I don't understand that one, either. They are the same family but unless there's another type of gooseberry I'm not familiar with, gooseberries don't grow in clumps like that, they hang by single stems from the canes. We pick ours while still green. Great for pies and jelly, and even better mixed with blueberries for a Blue Goose Pie.
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level 55
Jul 11, 2018
Nice, tough quiz! Some of these are pretty odd looking. I've never heard of a rambutan before. Pretty neat!
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level 36
Jul 12, 2018
I live in Sri Lanka. Being a tropical country I know all the fruits and I think ( quite sure actually ) that jackfruit is spelled 'jak' fruit and P.S: I ABSOLUTELY *LOVE* RAMBUTAN ❤️ 💕 💝
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level 38
Sep 13, 2018
persimmon and khaki should be allowed