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  • Relatives brought me good food: pizza (my favorite), doughnuts, lanzones (another favorite).

    Penny for my thoughts

  • Exceptions are seeds of lanzones (Lansium domesticum), rambutan

    Chapter 8

  • The sideways of the boundary may be planted to fruit trees like lanzones, rambutan, durian and guava.

    Chapter 6

  • These can be intercropped with fruit trees (rambutan, durian, lanzones, guava, mangosteen etc.) following appropriate planting distances.

    Chapter 7

  • In some cases, fruti trees like lanzones, jackfnuit, mango, santol and others are either planted earlier or are already established in the field.

    1. Multistoried Sequential Cropping: The Cavite Model

  • We recognized the bananas and occasionally a pineapple, but the other fruits were new to us -- _lanzones_ in white, fuzzy clusters like giant grapes; the _chico_, a little brown fruit that tastes like baked apple flavored with caramel; and the _atis_, which most natives prise as a delicacy, but which few Americans ever learn to like.

    A Woman's Impression of the Philippines

  • Laguna de Bay, produces more lanzones than any other town in the province.

    Filipino Popular Tales

  • This is the way by which the lanzones were transformed from a poisonous, dangerous fruit to a sweet, delicate food.

    Filipino Popular Tales

  • The main source of income for the business comes from selling lanzones, a native fruit, in the local community.

    Kiva Loans

  • While sitting at a window seat at the restaurant, a street vendor selling lanzones, a small fruit with a smooth, inedible skin, but a juice, segmented pulp that tasted a lot like grapefruit, just less acidic.

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