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In the Tamil language it is called "pampa limāsu", which means big citrus.Occasionally, some Asian fat-heavy dishes feature sliced pre-soaked pith to absorb the sauce and fat for eating.Citrus maxima is usually grafted onto other citrus rootstocks, but may be grown from seed, provided the seeds are not allowed to dry out before planting.In Brazil, the thick skin is often used for making a sweet conserve, while the spongy pith of the rind is discarded.In Sri Lanka, it is often eaten as a dessert, either raw or sprinkled with sugar.This liqueur is most famously used in the Dorchester cocktail.
A study was conducted on different pummelo accessions from Bengal, India and a wide variability was observed in the fruit physico-chemical characters.
Dà fēngchē zhī ya zhī yōuyōu de zhuàn, 大 风车 吱 呀 吱 悠悠 的 转， The big pinwheel twirls, Zhèlǐ de fēngjǐng a zhēn hǎokàn. Tiān hǎokàn, dì hǎokàn, 天 好看， 地 好看， The sky is beautiful, so is the earth. 祭 过 祖宗 以后，他 把 一 壶 祭酒 赏 给 帮忙 的 仆人。 After worshiping ... Shùshàng de gēzi kàndào le, gǎnmáng jiāng yèzi diū jìn chítáng. The Pig Baijie is a much-loved character in the classic Chinese TV series Journey to the West《西游记》(Xīyóujì).
Mandarin Song for Children: 娃哈哈 (Wá hā hā) Wa Ha Ha (Beginner) Watch this video and listen to the song: Listen to the song lyrics: Key Learning Points (Preview): 鲜艳 (xiānyàn): adj. He has the head of a pig and the body of a human, and is fat and greedy for food.
The pomelo has none, or very little, of the common grapefruit's bitterness, but the enveloping membranous material around the segments is bitter, considered inedible, and thus is usually discarded.
Sometimes, the peel is used to make marmalade, may be candied, or dipped in chocolate.
Another origin theory proposes that "pomelo" is an alteration of a compound of English names pome ("apple") melon. In large parts of South East Asia, it is a popular dessert, often eaten raw and sprinkled with, or dipped in, a salt mixture. Typically, the fruit is pale green to yellow when ripe, with sweet white (or, more rarely, pink or red) flesh, and a very thick albedo (rind pith).