Rough, brown, slightly fuzzy skin the size of a child’s fist with a little nub or ridge on the end, pale green to yellow flesh with a ring of tiny black seeds.
Sweet cucumber and melon.
Soft and luscious, almost creamy, juicy and smooth; seeds are basically unnoticeable; skin is like eating a thin, paper grocery bag (Not that I have ever tried eating a grocery bag, its just what I imagine it would be like. I have eaten rice paper of course and I might have tried the craft items in elementary school once or twice, but I digress…)
Reminds me of eating a banana mixed with a cucumber; it is slightly acidic as the flavor fades.
OVERALL Overall Rating:
I like this kiwi more than the tart and often acidic green varieties I have tried. It has a completely delightful texture if you ditch the skin, which you definitely should. There is absolutely no reason to eat a fuzzy paper bag unless you have pica and then I guess this is a really excellent alternative so keep that in mind. Anyway, this is like eating fruity pudding. I kind of want to whip it into some sort of milkshake or slurpee or something. Yummy.
Kiwi is also called the Chinese Gooseberry. It has double the amount of Vitamin C found in an equal portion of an orange. Also you will seem a lot more exotic and interesting eating a kiwi than an ordinary orange.