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English: By Etsai

from en: The pitaya, also known as dragonfruit or dragon pearl is the fruit of a pitaya cactus. Native to Central and South America, the vine-like cactus is also cultivated in Southeastern Asian countries such as Malaysia, Taiwan, and Vietnam. The fruit comes in three types all with leathery, slightly leafy skin:

Bân-lâm-gú: Hué-liông-kó, pinn-á tshenn-sik ê sī sik-kia, āu-piah n̂g ê sī king-tsio. 火龍果,邊仔青色的是釋迦,後壁黃的是弓蕉。
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