An oval, tropical fruit with yellow to green skin and meat that ranges from off-white to red. Guavas have tiny edible seeds and a taste reminiscent of pineapple and lemon. Very similar to feijoas in taste and appearance, guavas are botanically different. Guavas range from 1 to 4 inches in diameter.


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