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litchi

, lichee, lichi, lychee
1. a Chinese sapindaceous tree, Litchi chinensis, cultivated for its round edible fruits
2. the fruit of this tree, which has a whitish juicy edible aril

lychee

[′lī‚chē]
(botany)
A tree of the genus Litchi in the family Sapindaceae, especially L. chinensis which is cultivated for its edible fruit, a one-seeded berry distinguished by the thin, leathery, rough pericarp that is red in most varieties. Also spelled litchi.
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Fruit festivals draw thousands, Even home-supply warehouses have capitalized upon the growing variety of rare and unusual fruit by stocking cultivars of lychee, persimmon, and passionfruit.
Vietnam mainly grows lychees in the country's northern provinces of Bac Giang, Hai Duong and Hung Yen.
Take 2 cups chopped deseeded lychees, 2 cup of plain yoghurt, and 1/2 cup sugar or lychee syrup if available.
The 'summer solstice lychee and dog meat festival' is a commercial term, the city has never (officially) organised a 'dog meat festival'," it added.
To finish,you can boil down the juice from the lychee you can boil down the juice from the lychee tin into a glaze; you want to aim to reduce it by half.
3 Lychees contain a strain of yeast known as saccharomyces boulardii, which will help keep candida albicans in check, the fungus that can lead to thrush.
Taiwan, in its bid to increase fruit exports, will commence lychee export to Australia next season.
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He's been throwing bananas, a mango, berries, lychees and nuts at various other jungle animals.
Our dessert, lychee panacotta (Dh18) -- chilled cream and lychees served with caramelised bananas -- was a winner all through and made you forget the trials of daily existence like shopping for the week or inflation.
Add the lychees (with stones removed and tossed in plain flour) to the batter to coat, then carefully place into the hot oil to fry in batches for 2-3 minutes, until crisp and golden.
Lychees are cholesterol-free, rich in vitamin C and minerals, and have more polyphenols than such highly publicized "super fruits" as blueberries and pomegranates.