Well you guys ALL guessed it Yesterday’s fruit was Rambutan.
Rambutan is native to Malaysia
Rambutan is adapted to warm tropical climates and is sensitive to temperatures below 10 °C, and is grown commercially within 15° of the equator.
Rambutan is one of the best known fruits of southeast Asia, it is also widely cultivated elsewhere the tropics including Africa, Cambodia, the Caribbean islands, Central America, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Sri Lanka.
Thailand is the largest producer of Rambutan
It takes about 5 to 6 years for a tree planted from seed to start to bear any fruit.
Rambutan trees bear twice annually, once in late fall and early winter.
The fruit must ripen on the tree, then they are harvested over a four to seven week period.
The most important part here:
How to peal and eat Rambutan