The Humble Dragon...

It started with this humble beginning...

Then it grows... 
this is the usual setup (below) 
of a Passion Fruit planting, especially on farms.

How to prepare the "oh-soo-sweet" 
dragon fruit on your tables?

As an ice cream or a sherbet (above). Too complicated for you?
Then try this... cut them in slices (below). Holllaaa... Ready-to-eat!
Easy right? Hahaha

Or give them a little presentation (below).
A colorful plate will do.

 Last weekend, on our trip to Cavite-Tagaytay. We noticed some residents housing this wonderful fruit bearing plant.
My friend Alma got off the car and approached one. 

I said... "Of all the houses here why did you pick this one?" 

She simply said (expecting more than presuming)... "People in this house are accommodating and friendly." 

"Why do you say that?" i said.

"Kase po...the gate is wide open." she said.

The next word i heared from her was.... 
"Tao po!... may tao po ba dito".

Next scenes are... picturesque.

Then we sang out loud (in our hearts).
Thank you. Thank you. Ambabait ninyo. Thank you.

 The story doesn't end here. 
We will surely update this page... fruitfully...

Now, lets get more personal with the said fruit.

10 Surprising Benefits Of Dragon Fruit You Never Knew 

The dragon fruit’s outer skin is cactus-like, resembling that of the scales of a mythical dragon. Considered a cactus plant, its vibrant green and reddish-pink hues indicate that the fruit is full of nutrients.

1. Better Than Cheerios
 2. Heart Healthy
 3. Fill Up On Fiber
 4. Active Antioxidants
 5. Fights Diabetes
 6. Reduces Signs of Aging
 7. Treating Colored Hair
 8. Suppresses Arthritis
 9. Avoiding Acne
 10. Soothe Sunburned Skin

Also known as pitaya, these fun-looking fruits contain around 60 calories each and are rich in vitamin C, B1, B2 and B3, and minerals such as iron, calcium, and phosphorus. And that’s not all. This is definitely one of the best “super fruits” out there.

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