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Ambarella (Spondias Dulcis)

A tree, growing in South East Asia and the Pacific Islands. It produces plum-like fruit, which have several seeds and pleasant, but slightly sour, flesh.

The fruit is rarely found in Britain, but is made into pickles and relishes.

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