Quem aí conhece a caferana? (Bunchosia armeniaca) ❤️ essa frutinha linda, de um tom vermelho intenso e cuja polpa se solta com o dedo quando madura, tem sabor de pasta de amendoim (meu amigo Felipe achou com gosto de dadinho!) o que lhe rendeu o nome “peanut butter fruit” em inglês. ❤️ É ótima pra passar no pão com um pouco de mel ou açúcar e também rende molhos, geleias, sucos e caldas. ❤️É nativa da América do Sul, e já encontrei em alguns lugares do Brasil, inclusive em São Paulo onde vi vários pés ❤️ É também chamada de falso guaraná, cereja ou ameixa e é uma das frutinhas da minha infância, quando moramos na região do Araguaia e tinha muitos pés. ❤️ Eu vou confessar aqui que nunca gostei muito do sabor dela pura, mas achava tão linda e com uma textura tão bacana que acabava comendo muito com a criançada e ainda aproveitávamos pra colocar nas nossas comidinhas por conta da cor intensa, virava molho de macarrão e cobertura de bolinhos❤️ #365diasemgoias#pirenopolis#caferana#peanutbutterfruit#bunchosiaarmeniaca#sabeoqueé#frutinhasdobrasil#cozinhadamatilde
Eu, toda feliz que o guaranazeiro tinha dado fruto... achei meio diferente e fui pesquisar: é o falso-guaraná ou caferana . O gosto in natura é meio estranho, lembra o amendoim. Mas pelo visto os passarinhos gostam. Na pesquisa li que é bom pra geléia. A folha bem que lembra a do café A conferir... #MG#chacaracity#caferana#compreienganada#peanutbutterfruit#falsoguarana
🥜🥜🥜These little fellas are called PEANUT BUTTER FRUIT😯 Yup, you heard me, PEANUT BUTTER! Back in the day this was my most favourite flavour - I would put it on anything and everything🍞🥒🍎 Thankfully with the whole health food movement there are some more natural & pure nut butters out there, but dang, some of that cheap stuff has real gnarly ingredients🍯🌰 Check your labels for refined sugar, heated oils, and large amounts of salt. Producers squeeze those in the make the butters more palatable and to prolong shelf-life💰💵
So back to these fruit versions of peanut butter... They don't have any relation to the nut, named rather because their taste and texture is akin. Ripe when dark red and soft, they have a pasty quality and a nutty flavour. It's not as intense as a peanut would be, but the subtleties that are there are appreciated👌🏼 Earthy, not too sweet, dense and filling 😋
For more footage peep my YouTube channel for my vid "Exotic Fruits of Hawaii". I also have a new vid coming where I feature them so stay tuned!👍🏼📺
I'm trying my hand at air layering again. First time didn't work on my grandma's mango, but I'm trying it out on these vertical branches on my peanut butter fruit tree that I was planning on pruning anyway. Not even sure if these are propagated this way, but I figure I'll try and if it goes well, free trees, but if not, I'll cut it off anyway.
It's time to talk about another Fruit with - Dr. Lucky 😋
This morning fruit is the "Peanut Butter Fruit"🥜 or "Bunchosla Armencia." 🥜
I have no idea why they name this awesome fruit the "Peanut Butter Fruit" my only guess would be people's love for peanut butter because this fruit to me taste like a really sweet, sweet, sweet potato. They are native to Columbia, Peru, Equator and Bolivia. Some of my Columbia friends on the island might know about this one here. It is not widely grown elsewhere from what I have research but in our tropical climate here in the Bahamas it thrives. It's grows beautiful as an ever-green shrub makes a prefect plant for every backyard plus you get something sweet to eat. They bear in the Fall, Spring and Summer the reason I like it is it's right in season with our Hog plums so if you have a really big hog plum tree this plant in conjunction with that would extend your fruiting season. The great thing about this fruit tree is it grows quickly so from seed within 2 years you will have fruit.
t's time to talk about another Fruit with - Dr. Lucky 🕵🏾 - Plant Doctor - Fruit Lover -Mother Natures Farm-assist
We made a lot of progress on the land yesterday. I say we because my dad has been helping me the entire way and I can't thank him enough. I also say we for the many friends that have shown interest in helping with this project. I also want to express gratitude to the land owners who have so generously let me lease a piece of their land as well as the farmer who runs cows on the land. We certainly would not be at this point in the project today without their help. So yesterday we planted #waxjambu#juneplum aka #ambarella 25 #mango seedlings to be used for grafting next summer, 5 #bananas (2 unknown, saba, ice cream and pitogo varieties) in a circle around our borrow pit for making mounds, creating a #bananacircle , #starfruit aka #carambola#peanutbutterfruit#natalplum a #papaya that was on its last leg, #icecreambean and 2 #rollinia . We also cleared the tree and a lot of branches along the fence line. The #whitesapote has new growth (forgot to take a pic) and everything is surviving and growing nicely. Soil fertility will be the focus of the next visit. Brining in more #mulch , more #compost , utilizing #rockdust and #biochar which I want to attempt to make from the invasive Brazilian peppers. Everyday there is something new to learn and what a feeling it is to put in a hard days worth of work. #foodforest#progress#growfood
What?! There's a fruit that tastes like peanut butter? My life will never be the same. Say hello to the Peanut Butter Fruit Tree ( or the bunchosia argentea) filled with small orange-red fruits that taste & smell like peanut butter 📷 by @sowexotic .. #flfoodfind#peanutbutterfruit#favoritefruit
Bunchosia argentea, commonly known as peanut butter fruit, is a species of flowering plant in the acerola family, Malpighiaceae, that is native to Venezuela, Colombia, Peru, Brazil, Guyana and Suriname
It produces small orange-red fruits that are sericeous (finely haired) of pleasant taste similar to peanut butter
Kacang Amazon or Peanut Butter fruit (Bunchosia Armeniaca), i found this plant in my customer's garden, near parking area. What a rare plant that i have ever found in East Jakarta.
According to the gardener info we can eat this fruit after its color turn to dark red and its very delicious, he said. Rich of vitamin, fiber and protein.
Ini dia, jenis yang masih langka juga di indonesia. Kacang amazon / peanut butter fruit (bunchosia armeniaca). Berasal dari negara paman sam. Tepatnya amerika selatan. Namanya kacang, tapi sebenarnya masih masuk golongan buah-buahan. Memiliki rasa yang unik.Seperti wortel dicampur kacang mete. Manis dan gurih. Mau coba ? Silahkan kunjungi lapak kami 😊😊
Bunchosia argenta or 'peanut butter fruit' is flowering prolifically & fruiting not quite so prolifically.
Grows naturally in south America.
I have yet to taste one, personally, (thanks blackbirds) but I am told they have the taste & texture of peanut butter. Mother nature is incredible!