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Lychee is a small exotic fruit consisting of semi-transparent flesh surrounded by a rough skin which is easy to peel off. The rough skin of the lychee is pinkish red and has small prickles. The skin is not edible. The flesh of this small fruit is wonderfully sweet and very juicy. The large seed in the middle is not edible.
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Lychees tips

When ripe?

A lychee is ready to eat when it feels firm and has a pink red colour. The lighter the colour, the fresher the lychee.

temp of Lychees

Storage advice

Lychees are kept in the fridge.


How to use lychees?

The skin will crack open when you use your thumbs to squeeze it in the middle. Peel the fruit and use a knife to remove the seed.
The semi-transparent flesh can be used in drinks or other recipes.


Preparation Tips

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  • Very special: A lychee soup.
  • Great in a smoothie.
  • Lovely addition to ice cream.

Nutritional values per 100 g

72 Kcal
9,2 g Sugar
0,1 g Fats
0 g Saturated fats
1 g Fibers

Origin EAT ME Lychees

Lychees - IsraelIsrael Lychees - MadagascarMadagascar Lychees - MauritiusMauritius Lychees - MexicoMexico Lychees - South AfricaSouth Africa

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