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Did you know that yellow varieties of this fruit are sweeter in flavor?

Tomate de Palo fruit varies from a yellow-orange color to red and even purple. It is eaten raw (by scooping the flesh from a halved fruit). They are also used to make compotes, stews, or even kombucha!
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"The world’s forests are a shared stolen treasure that we must put back for our children’s future.” - Archbishop Desmond Tutu
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This condominium features 2 bedrooms, and 2 bathrooms, along with a great room, a living room, a walk-in pantry, as well as a beautiful foyer.
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You won’t want to miss this incredible income opportunity with the Buena Vista B&B near Volcan.
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What’s your favorite way to eat zapote?

Zapote is an orange-yellow fruit that is soft and juicy. It contains anywhere from 2 to 5 seeds and it's sweet in flavor. It is usually eaten raw or juiced.
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Have you tried Seafood Guacho?
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Enjoy two different rivers running through the property as well as a gym, a bar, a terrific barbecue patio, an interior courtyard, an additional river bohio, a greenhouse, a guest casita, and more.
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Where in the world can you live on your own sandy beachfront property at the edge of the Pacific Ocean? Right here in La Barqueta, that’s where!
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Níspero trees can only survive in warm, tropical climates just like Panama’s. Find this tasty fruit at your local market!
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Did you know Panama city was the first Spanish colonial city located on the Pacific coast of the Americas? It was founded by Pedro Arias Dávila in 1519.
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