Bael (Wood Apple)
An extremely versatile fruit, bael can be eaten fresh or dried or even made into a drink. As the name suggests, this fruit has a woody exterior that you need to break open with a knife or pestle. Inside, you will find a sticky pulp, with a taste that ranges from very tart when raw to sweet-and-sour when fully ripe. Commonly eaten with a little jaggery to temper the acidity, the fruit is also used to make jam, chutney or sherbet.
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