Pepino fruit is a type of melon. It has a similar shape and inner/outer structure to yellow melons. Unlike the yellow melon, Pepino is often eaten as fresh fruit. It has a small oval shape with firm, smooth, and shining skin. The melon was in pale yellow color that will get brown or purple stripes when it ripens.
Pepino fruit is available in different sizes. In general, the fruit size can differ from an average passion fruit size to the size of an adult hand.
However, the fruit is often seen as a small pear melon with soft, velvety, and edible skin.
The flavor of Pepino melon is mellow that resembles somewhere between cantaloupe, cucumber, and honeydew. The melon is sweet and can be eaten fresh or with other melon fruits.
Another great thing about Pepino is its fragrant pulp. The flesh of the fruit has a great fragrance that comes with a few qualities of cucumber and basic flavor profiles of honeydew and cantaloupe.
This fruit has many vitamins such as vitamins A, B, C, and K. It also has proteins. The Iron, Copper, and Ore in the fruit give power to the immune system.
The calcium in the fruit ensures bone health. It has enormous potassium treat and avoids supporting high blood pressure.
Finally, the diuretic acid protects the liver, and kidneys, and prevents paralysis diseases.