Dragon Fruit 101

Got dragon fruit? It’s a lot more common now in Tagaytay, and if you have no idea how to eat this, here’s how: You know it’s ripe enough for eating when it’s still firm but gives with a gentle squeeze.

Got #DragonFruit? It's a lot more common now in Tagaytay, and if you have no idea how to eat this, here's how: You know it's ripe enough for eating when it's still firm but gives with a gentle squeeze. Slice it lengthwise in half, then scoop out the fleshy part with a spoon. The skin isn't for eating, so toss that out of the way! Slice up the stuff you scooped out, and serve chilled. Enjoy! #HowToEatDragonFruit #HowToSliceDragonFruit #HealthyLiving #HealthyLifestyle #HealthyEating #HealthyFood #TagaytayCountryLiving #TagaytayCountryLife #TagaytayLiving

Slice it lengthwise in half, then scoop out the fleshy part with a spoon. The skin isn’t for eating, so toss that out of the way!

Slice up the stuff you scooped out, and serve chilled. Enjoy!

Wanna Know More About Dragon Fruit?

Dazzle your friends with this infographic from Dr. Axe Food + Medicine. You’ll be an expert on dragon fruit (sorta) in just three minutes!

What is Dragonfruit: an infographic from Dr. Axe Food & Medicine.

What is Dragonfruit: an infographic from Dr. Axe Food & Medicine.

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