Dragon fruit - Pitaya

The data for this is from the Japanese food composition database and will contribute to reducing tiredness and fatigue and good mental health

Dragon fruit - Pitaya nutritional information
Allergens:
None

Cooking tips

It’s great eaten raw as it is or used in a smoothie. You could even cube and grill it!

What are the health benefits of Dragon fruit - Pitaya?

The data for this is from the Japanese food composition database and will contribute to reducing tiredness and fatigue and good mental health. Dragon fruit have only been called this since 1993! It might also known as a strawberry pear or thang. The flesh is mildly sweet and kiwi like, while the seeds have a nutty taste.

 

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Cooking method set to: Raw

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Portion size set to: 100 g