This brain fruit causes havoc on Twitter, do you know it?
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We are a very diverse people and so our foods are quite different! Even the fruits we eat which aren't popular can be different!
This fruit was posted on Twitter and the question was what is it called. Many people don't know the fruit and opted to call it the brain fruit!
Until now, I would have never thought a fruit like this exists and because of how it looks, I would have also naturally assumed that the name is associated with the word "brain" lol!
Those who confessed to knowing this fruit said that it is commonly found in Mpumalanga, Limpopo and Zimbabwe! Have you seen this fruit before? What is it called in your language?
In KZN, well where I come from its called uMbhaba. https://twitter.com/Samkelo83640167/status/1443200899132936195?s=19
Had thus declious fruit in Zimbabwe 🤤🤤🤤 https://twitter.com/K_Kgotlelelo/status/1443228199459115017?s=19
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