2 years ago5,000+ Views
First of all, if you don't know what these are -- these are Spanish limes. Although, I'd say they aren't as sour as limes or lemons. They are a bit sweeter, with a bit of tang. They go by many names, and you can usually find these in the tropics like the Caribbean, South America, and Central America.
They fairly small in size -- a bit larger than a grape. The middle of these fruits have a large, hard seed. So, the right way to eat them is to suck them. If you want to keep all of your teeth, do.not.bite.into.these.

Here's what they look like inside:

What name do you use to name these majestic fruits?

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go into ur neighbors yard lol @TerrecaRiley. i used to steal mangoes from my neighbors yard when I was younger. i prolly wont do that now though...
2 years ago·Reply
@alywoah lol... unfortunately, my present neighbors have no yard and the trees here bear no edible fruit, except for the plum trees that are some distance away
2 years ago·Reply
In Suriname we call this fruit : Knippa! So goooood. Sometimes it can taste sour but a nice mix of sweet and sour. love it!!
2 years ago·Reply
that's interesting. it looks like it sounds a lot closer to 'quenepas'. they are good. gahhh i miss having them. @valery70
2 years ago·Reply
yep sounds pretty much as 'quenepas'. @ alywoah
2 years ago·Reply