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  • - (Vince) Today, you'll be eating this.

  • - I've seen these before, but I don't even know what this is.

  • - What is this?

  • - Oh, I love these.

  • They taste really good in a smoothie.

  • Pitaya?

  • Pitaya, is that it?

  • - Oh my gosh. They're so weird-shaped.

  • - They're pink with spike-a-ma-jigs.

  • - It's kind of like avocado.

  • Kind of hard, but kind of squishy.

  • - It smells like a radish.

  • Like fresh fruit out of the garden.

  • - It looks like a mini-pineapple that's pink.

  • Dragon fruit!

  • - Why am I eating dragon fruit?

  • I've just seen it before on YouTube and TV.

  • - It's like a dragon fruit, I think.

  • So I'm not scared to eat this.

  • - (Vince) We have a freshly cut piece for you to try.

  • - Ewwwwwwww!

  • It looks disgusting inside of it.

  • - This looks like the inside of a kiwi.

  • - I didn't expect it to have seeds.

  • I thought it would be something you'd actually bite into.

  • - It's a completely different color scheme,

  • and it looks more gelatin-like than it is on the outside.

  • - It still had to do this, even though I know it's sorta good.

  • - Deeeh. Get off!

  • Tastes like a watermelon.

  • I'm not a big fan of watermelon.

  • - Not as good as I expected it to be.

  • (anxious sigh)

  • (nibbling)

  • - Oh, that's mushy!

  • It tastes kinda like a pear.

  • - Okay, yeah, it's good.

  • I'd say a cantaloupe kind of tastes like it.

  • (fork clinks glass)

  • - It really doesn't taste that bad.

  • Like, if you put chia seeds inside of a kiwi,

  • that's what it tastes like.

  • - Hmm! Pretty good.

  • - It's yummy.

  • It's really nice how the seeds are popping in your mouth.

  • - It's good.

  • The texture is like a strawberry 'cause of the seeds.

  • It's good. (chuckling)

  • - I like it.

  • I could see me going somewhere like Hawaii

  • or the Amazon and be eating this.

  • - I don't like it.

  • Why don't you guys just let me eat spaghetti or something?

  • - (Vince) You just tried pitaya. - Wha--?

  • - What?

  • - (Vince) Better known as dragon fruit.

  • - Oh, that's what the other name for it was.

  • - It kinda looks like a tropical fruit 'cause of the weird shape,

  • like a pineapple's kinda shaped weirdly like this.

  • - (Vince) They're called dragon fruit in America

  • because their names in Asian countries translate to things

  • like "dragon scale" or "dragon crystal."

  • - Okay.

  • - Wait, were dragons real?

  • - (Vince) Why do you think they call it those things?

  • - Looks like a dragon egg with a leaf sticking out of it.

  • - I totally see scale.

  • Because there's some full scales here.

  • - If it was called "dragon crystal," I would just take it home

  • and I'd be like, "See my crystal?"

  • - (Vince) Finally, do you recommend people try dragon fruit?

  • - Yes.

  • - Yes.

  • - No! I don't like the taste.

  • - Yes.

  • I know it looks weird, but try it.

  • - Yes.

  • It's kind of bland, but it has an okay flavor.

  • - Yes.

  • Even though it does not look very appetizing on the outside,

  • it actually tastes pretty good.

  • - Yes.

  • It's a different taste that probably you have never tasted before.

  • - Totally.

  • It's one of the most exotic fruits I've ever tasted.

  • I want more of this!

  • - Thanks for watching us eat dragon fruit on the React channel.

  • - What food should we eat next?

  • Let us know in the comments.

  • - Subscribe. Our episodes are fire-breathing!

  • - Goodbye! See ya.

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KIDS vs. FOOD - DRAGON FRUIT

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    Diego Lin   に公開 2016 年 09 月 27 日
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