Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Have You Tasted a Logan Fruit?


Flesh of Logan fruits with black seed.

Logan is among fruits that been imported from Asia to USA, mainly from China and Vietnam. The size is quite similar to grapes, but with a brown thin skin. The skin is fragile, and can be easily peeled up by hand. We see white flesh with a very small black seed. A single fruit has one seed. We eat sweet white flesh only.

Scientific name for Logan is Dimocarpus longan, belong to family of Sapindaceae, some fruits include in this family are lychee and rambutan. These fruits have the same white sweet flesh and seed inside.

Logan fruits sold in the bag

The fruit has some important minerals includes potassium, phosphorus and iron. It has highly vitamin C, anti-oxidants and vitamin A.

The people in some countries in Asia believed that logan is a magic fruit due to its health benefit to improve conditions of blood vessels, skin and bones.

Have you ever seen the fruit and taste it?

36 comments:

  1. Tau doonk dn suka.. Selain manis jg bermanfaat sprti diatas.. Biasanya jd buah kalengan.. Biasa di sbt mata kucing

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      Logan is among fruits that been imported from Asia to USA, mainly from China and Vietnam. The size is quite similar to grapes, but with a brown thin skin. The skin is fragile, and can be easily peeled up by hand. We see white flesh with a very small black seed. A single fruit has one seed. We eat sweet white flesh only.

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  2. qui da te inizio a conoscere alimenti mai visti!!
    Grazie

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      Scientific name for Logan is Dimocarpus longan, belong to family of Sapindaceae, some fruits include in this family are lychee and rambutan. These fruits have the same white sweet flesh and seed inside.

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  3. Looks very exotic :-) I must try this fruit :-)

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      The size is quite similar to grapes, but with a brown thin skin.

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      Logan fruits sold in the bag

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  4. No in italian "occhio di drago" never see it hear I think unknown in Italy. I think its possibile to eat into Chines Restaurant but in Trieste NO.
    Have a nice day and sorry for my not good english I have not opportunity to spea or write. Bye

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    1. PS. Thought google translate it's not good, give the opportunity translate yr post in italian or other language....the same as I have ???? Ciaooo

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  5. I've never heard of these....I love fruit so I'd probably like it.
    I am your newest follower.

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  6. I have never seen them in the store. If I find them, I will give them a try.

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      A single fruit has one seed. We eat sweet white flesh only.

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      Scientific name for Logan is Dimocarpus longan, belong to family of Sapindaceae, some fruits include in this family are lychee and rambutan.

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  8. Must admit I've never even heard of it, let alone tried it. I'm in the UK but I'd love to try it, sounds like it's packed full of goodness! x

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  9. I never tried Logan fruits but there is a large Vietnamese market a few towns away that I sometimes shop in, so if I see them there I will buy some to try them.

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      Logan fruits sold in the bag

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      The fruit has some important minerals includes potassium, phosphorus and iron.

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  11. they look awesome. I don't think I've ever had one but would love to try it one day.

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      It has highly vitamin C, anti-oxidants and vitamin A.

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  13. I have tasted both the fresh longan and the canned longan. One of my favourite fruit.

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  15. No and I love tasting exotic fruit on my travels.

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  16. Esta linda y rica fruta no la conocía ,gracias por la información,abrazos.

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