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Korila (cyclanthera pedata)

A climbing gourd native to Central and South America. The plant climbs to about 3 metres, and produces ovoid, pale green fruit, which are hollow for much of their length, and tend to burst when ripe, ejecting black seeds. The fruit has thick flesh, which can be eaten raw or cooked, and tastes like cucumber.

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