12 Fruits That Start With F

I have gathered a list of a few edible and nutritious fruits available in the market. These are fruits that start with F!

You might already know many of them, but some might catch you by surprise. Have you ever heard of the finger lime fruit? Or satinish fruit?. What about farkleberries? Nope? So sit tight and enjoy reading about these tasty and healthy fruits.

12 Fruits That Start With F

Fruits are the edible part of a plant formed from flowers and usually contain one or more seeds. These are highly nutritious and play an essential role in the growth and development of animals, including humans.

The more you know about these fruits, the better you can take care of your health and nourishment!

1. Fairchild Tangerine

 FAIRCHILD TANGERINE on a tree

Fairchild Tangerine is a deep orange-colored hybrid cross between clementine mandarin and tangelo. It has a rich sweet flavor and contains seeds. 

It has some natural antiseptic properties. This fruit pairs well with apples and peaches and is a healthy dessert option, thanks to its sweetness and texture.

2. False Mastic Fruit

Mastic fruit is a small, orange-yellow fruit with gummy pulp grown in dry forests. The fruit is edible, but the inside portion is so sticky that it was once used as glue and chewing gum.

It is used as a natural cooling agent and in summer for cooling effects. This fruit syrup is also a great option when served with salt and black pepper. It also has great medicinal importance.

3. Farkleberry

farkleberry plant

Farkleberry belongs to the family of blueberries, huckleberries, and cranberries. These are black, lustrous berries that are sweet yet dry and hard to eat. Initially, they are green in color that slowly turns darker until they are blue to black.

These berries can be taken raw or cooked. They are slightly astringent with a pleasant flavor. These berries are also occasionally used in pies and jellies.

4. Fascell Mango

FASCELL MANGO piled up

Fascell mango is a round sophisticated sweet mango variety with caramel, peach, and citrus flavors. It is similar to apple in shape with sweet flesh and was first cultivated in Florida by Micheal Fascell.

It does not have any fiber and turns from green and pinkish red to a beautiful rose blush. This fruit has an oblong shape and ripens from late June to August.

5. Feijoa

feijoa fruit on a wooden background

Feijoa is a super high fiber fruit that tastes like a mixture of apple and pineapple. These fruits weigh around 80-120 grams with light to dark green skin.

Being related to the family of Guava, it is also known as pineapple guava or Guavasteen. It is grown in dry climate areas of Brazil, Paraguay, and Argentina.

It is used as an exfoliant in natural cosmetic products and perfumes. The fruit should be eaten fresh and could be used to make jam and jelly.

6. Fibrous Satinish Fruit

Fibrous Satinish fruit is a species of rainforest tree having a smooth and leathery texture. It has a single seed and is rounded in shape. It is used in making jam, jellies, and confectionery due to its sour taste.

These fruits are usually cultivated in rainy areas, so the leaves of this tree are generally water-resistant.

7. Figs

figs

Fig is a unique fruit resembling a teardrop. It is the oldest cultivated fruit by man and is commonly grown in the Middle East and neighboring regions. It is filled with hundreds of small seeds and edible greenish-purple peel.

Figs were often used to sweeten desserts such as “figgy pudding.” Many people are turning back to figs as a healthier alternative to refined sugars these days

8. Finger Lime

finger lime cut open exposing the pulp on a white background

Finger lime fruit is a finger-shaped long variety of citrus family cultivated in Australia’s regions. These are the preferred choice of chefs due to their flavor and texture.

The skin color ranges from green to maroon to any shade in between. It is filled with hundreds of tiny juice-filled capsules that resemble caviar. The Finger Lime has a lovely smell of fresh, zesty citrus and a hint of baked apples.

9. Forest Strawberry

forest strawberries

These strawberries are smaller than normal ones and are a hybrid between wild strawberries and the European variety. Being edible and tasty, these are a favorite treat to many birds and animals, as well as humans.

These are found throughout the States and Canada and are used to lighten freckles, heal sunburn and whiten teeth. Their leaves are used as tea substitutes and as an aid in digestion.

10. Fox Grape

fox grape with leaves

Fox grape is a native woody deciduous vine in the grape family that lives for a long time. They are bluish-black and have bloomed on the outside, while on the inside, they have juicy flesh and seeds. It has a greenish-yellow underside that distinguishes it from other grape species.

Also known as chicken grapes or frost grapes, it has a unique musky fragrance and flavor that many people find objectionable. The fruit can be eaten raw or dry and in pies, jams, and preserves.

11. Fuji Apples

fuji apples in a basket on a grey background

Fuji apples are the world’s sweetest apples. Their crispy, refreshing flavor is a worldwide appeal, making them one of the most extraordinary apples for snacking. A lovely pink speckled flush on a yellow-green backdrop distinguishes its most prominent feature.

They are the most popular apple variety in the entire country of Japan. Fuji apples are popular among Japanese customers because of their crisp texture and sweetness. They can be used for baking,  roasting, and stewing and can be used in green salads.

12. Fukushu Kumquat

fukushu kumquat on a tree

Fukushu Kumquat is a pear-shaped, large, juicy fruit with five or six segments of fruits inside it. This is a rare, hard-to-find fruit harvested from May to September in the local regions of Japan.

The fruit contains a few small, edible seeds and has a pleasant acidic flavor that complements the sweetness of its rind. The entire fruit can be eaten whole as a hand snack or used as an ingredient in stuffings, cakes, and muffins.

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