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In Central and South America, the jagua fruit is a temporary tattoo ink, a cure-all, and a dessert. This yellow-orange fruit ranges in size from kiwi t0 melon, and tastes like dried apple or quince when ripe. Central and South Americans use jagua in sweets, wine, syrups, and liquor, but—most specifically—for its vibrant natural dye. Unripe, jagua produces colorless juice.
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