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Chilacayote: A species of squash native to South America. The pulp can be used in smoothies, or juiced. It can also be roasted, boiled, steamed, or chopped into cubes and drizzled with honey. The highly nutritious seeds are rich in fat and protein and can be eaten roasted. Red shatoot: Also known as Indian mulberry, the fruit are longer than common mulberries, and sweeter: “The flavour is incredible,” says John. Canistel: Also known as egg fruit. A fragrant fruit similar is size to a peach. Tastes like pumpkin and sweet potato brioche. Great in smoothies. Fresh peppercorns: It can be almost impossible to find fresh peppercorns, which makes John’s freshly grown pepper a real treat. Fantastic in Thai cooking or a creamy peppercorn sauce.