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<div style="color:#000; background-color:fff; font-family:times new roman, new york, times, serif;font-size:12pt"><div style="RIGHT: auto"><var></var>This is another fruit I had picked up at H-Mart simply because the girl working was giving out free samples. I tried it, thought it was delicious and had to buy one for myself. The fruit itself looks like a white skinned cantaloupe. From what I was told you`re supposed to eat it when it`s not fully ripe (where it`s soft and sweet) but when it`s crispier. When it`s crispier it`s crisp like an asian pear, but not as sweet as a cantaloupe. It`s really good and I liked it because it wasn`t overly sweet as cantaloupes sometims can get. The flesh inside looks very similar to a cantaloupe and you can let it get ripe (as I mistakeningly did -- I waited a few days before cutting it because life went crazy on me). Even ripe it`s very
good, a LOT more juicy than it would be if it weren`t in such a ripe state. The fruit also gets a lot softer on the inside, but it still has that crisp quality to it. It`s hard to explain but all I know is I truly enjoyed it!</div>
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