9 FRUITS YOU DON'T WANT TO TASTE  

When I was little, my grandfather would eat half of a Ruby Red grapefruit with a sprinkle of sugar for breakfast every morning.

Grapefruit

Anyone who's tasted papaya knows it tastes odd. For one user, it was a mixup with watermelon that ruined papaya's chances.

Papaya

Durian is noted primarily for its interesting and memorable odor and is definitely a love-it-or-hate-it fruit.

Durian

Plenty of people love bananas, and dishes you can make from bananas, like banana pudding and banana bread.

Banana

Mango can be great if you like them. When texture matters, several posters can't step past the sliminess of a mango.

Mango

Fruit can be interesting because there are so many textures. Citrus fruit is chewy and pulpy. Apples and pears can be fibery, while mango and kiwi are slimy.

Apple

Kiwi can be a tricky fruit to enjoy. Like peaches, these small fruits come covered in skin with fine hair.

Kiwi

When I was a child, fresh, cold watermelon was a treat during the hot summer months.

Watermelon

Pears are another texture choice for me. I don't like soft fruit you eat as is. If an apple or peach is too soft, I'm throwing it away.

Pears

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