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“One Fruit for a Table” Wax Apple - "Mineral Water" Growing on Trees

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    Wax apples always stand out in fruit stands with their lovely pink color and cute shape. In Yunnan, there are two varieties of wax apples, namely red and pink, with slightly different shapes and tastes. Tree-ripened wax apples are juicy and fleshy. In terms of sweetness, they taste like pears, but with a hint of their own unique fragrance. Wax apples are usually made into salads and juice. When used as fillings in Chinese meat pies, its crisp texture makes the filling juicier and less greasy. Meat pies with wax apple fillings are not greasy at all. You must give them a try.
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  • lilac ispretty
    lilac ispretty Bulan Yang lalu +131

    I really love your series of one fruit for one table Dianxi. Always excited whenever you upload the series. I found it really interesting and uniqur because we rarely see fruits being used as side dishes meal.

    • Ward Good
      Ward Good 4 hari yang lalu

      @Vinayagaraja Raja Don't play sympathy card here there are thousands of comments she can't reply to everyone just have a fun and watch the videos😄

    • Sugar cake0-0
      Sugar cake0-0 26 hari yang lalu

      @Vinayagaraja Raja There are too many comments to reply, and it's not her. Don't think too much about it.

    • Sohaib .ooo.
      Sohaib .ooo. Bulan Yang lalu +2

      @滇西小哥 Dianxi Xiaoge اول❤ ممكن ترجمي اللغة العربي 💞

    • Hansrajbhai Tanti
      Hansrajbhai Tanti Bulan Yang lalu

      @Thyda Cooking TV really, a very nice & genuine compliment.

    • Thyda Cooking TV
      Thyda Cooking TV Bulan Yang lalu +1

      Enjoy watching

  • R S.
    R S. Bulan Yang lalu +52

    It’s fun seeing how so many different countries have these apples! I didn’t know it was that common. My family calls them “cloud apples.” For anyone who hasn’t had the opportunity to eat them they are light and airy in the center and have an almost spongy(?)/airy and crispy texture. The exterior looks waxy naturally. It has a mild sweetness, not too overwhelming.

      GERRALD AND GAVRILIO VLOG 9 hari yang lalu

      In indonesia we have a lot this fruit😊if you come to indonesia ,,you will see this fruit in every where,, because all people have a plant this fruit in front their house 😊

    • moohoun
      moohoun 20 hari yang lalu

      It is originally Thailand's fruit, called "Rose Apple, or Nose Apple in english. In Thai, they called them, "Chompoo."

    • Iris Shai
      Iris Shai Bulan Yang lalu

      to us in PR they are called puma rosa. rosa means rose in spanish so when I first had them as a child I always tasted a hint of roses simply because my brain automatically went to that. it was a lovely hint of flavor. I loved these and haven't seen them since I was so so young. Last time I had one I was 10 years old.

  • Miguel Durazo
    Miguel Durazo Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Grandiosa siempre, apegada a tus tradiciones y disfrutando lo qué haces

  • pixelmasque
    pixelmasque 3 hari yang lalu

    It warms my heart to see how much your show has grown, and the changes as you progress, like the little blender, and ice shaver, but still the same genuine essence and beauty of your life, who would have known, went to the village to care for your folks, quitting your job in the city, and turned this little production unexpectedly into something special🍓🍒💝☘️☀️🌈🌳🌲🌱🍓🌶️🌶️

  • Sunshine Smile
    Sunshine Smile Bulan Yang lalu +10

    I usually don’t like fruits with dinner but you make it look so good! Thank you for the work that goes into making these videos and the food and I hope your village/family appreciate you as much as I and other subscribers do. You all stay safe, happy, healthy and of course lovely as always. 💛

  • זהרה חננל Zahara Khanan'al

    This video was hilarious, Ahao's interactions with Axia are very funny. Even though Ahao doesn't get to eat Apen's good food at school, at least he gets his fill of it when he's at home. He's very blessed. I remember eating wax apples as a child when I lived in Puerto Rico, there though we called them pomarosa's. Now I live in the states, but I often remember them, they are very delicious.

    • Meditation Thiền
      Meditation Thiền 3 jam yang lalu

      OK my friend ❤❤❤

    • Erna zakky
      Erna zakky 15 hari yang lalu


    • Poppy Fly
      Poppy Fly Bulan Yang lalu +5

      @5leafclover1 For me they taste nothing like apple and they also have many varieties. The honey variety is sweet and the regular ones are just mild. But they are crunchy. In Malaysia they are popular among women who like dipping them in chili and soy sauce as snacks. They are good companions to cucumber, jicama and pineapple in fruit salads with peanuts and soy sauce dressing. Well if cucumber and jicama had a baby they sure taste like this fruit 😁

    • זהרה חננל Zahara Khanan'al
      זהרה חננל Zahara Khanan'al Bulan Yang lalu +4

      @5leafclover1 They taste somewhat like an apple, but with the texture of a pear. Very juicy and sweet.

    • 5leafclover1
      5leafclover1 Bulan Yang lalu +1

      As a person who has always lived in the states are they different than normal apples???? And how are they different??

  • mearī.
    mearī. 25 hari yang lalu

    One of my favorite fruit 💗 I'm always excited whenever my uncle bring this at our house (-when it's their season). Thank you for featuring this fruit, Ms. (I really love this series of yours)

  • tiffany flores
    tiffany flores Bulan Yang lalu +1

    En mi país hay estas frutas. Se llaman manzana de agua y Marañón Curasao otro pero este último es más dulce, grande y oscuro 🤤.

  • Josefa Divino
    Josefa Divino Bulan Yang lalu +3

    You know the BEST part of penje's video? Is the part where they eat together as family, you can see how they savor and enjoy the food. It's awesomely beautiful and soothing. JUST LOVE LOVE LOVE IT! THANKS YOU GUYS.❤️❤️❤️

  • Will Roman
    Will Roman Bulan Yang lalu

    Que maravillaa, verte cocinar, y sobre todo lo delicioso que se ve

  • Nick Tehada
    Nick Tehada Bulan Yang lalu +56

    One of my all time favorite fruits 😍 here in Hawaii we call them “mountain apples”. Love your channel and all the foods you make, keep it up 👍🏾 aloha 🌺

    • LeTangoNoir
      LeTangoNoir Bulan Yang lalu +2

      I've gotta try this fruit one day

    • KaitoKit
      KaitoKit Bulan Yang lalu +1

      @Buse Gungor also spongy inside

    • KaitoKit
      KaitoKit Bulan Yang lalu +1

      @Buse Gungor Its sweet,juicy .the juice will cover ur mouth when having a bite

    • Buse Gungor
      Buse Gungor Bulan Yang lalu +1

      How does it taste, like does if differ from the original red apple?

  • Anthony Espinoza
    Anthony Espinoza Bulan Yang lalu +6

    Aquí en Venezuela esa fruta se llama pumalaca, pero lo que si me sorprendió bastante es que no tuviese semilla, las de aquí tiene una semilla bastante grande. Saludos

  • Misarara
    Misarara Bulan Yang lalu +1

    These wax apples are called "Jamrul" in our country and we also have 2 to three varieties but the sweetest kind is the green one. It used to be a very common fruit when I was young nowadays we don't see it anymore quite sad as it was one of my favorites.

  • Lucia Vovó
    Lucia Vovó Bulan Yang lalu +4

    Linda fruta. No Brasil temos. Chama-se jambo, mas não é tão grande. Parabéns. Obrigada por mostrar. Gostei de ver esses 2 idosos, eu tenho a mesma faixa de idade deles. Obrigada por mostrar, sua comida parece deliciosa. Parabéns.

    • Ary W
      Ary W Bulan Yang lalu

      In Indonesia we called also "Jambu"

  • Raquel C
    Raquel C Bulan Yang lalu +2

    En mi país Venezuela, le decimos a esa fruta Pomagas 🥰😋

  • ArmyMoaEngene
    ArmyMoaEngene Bulan Yang lalu +338

    She is so kind and hardworking. She always is the last to sit down and eat. She is always making sure Ahao, grandma and grandpa get the best pieces. She is always making sure everyone else is taken care of before even thinking of herself. I hope someday she has someone that puts her first. She deserves it. She's the type of role model we need. Selfless and extremely hard working. There are no words for me to express how much I admire her!

    • Meditation Thiền
      Meditation Thiền 3 jam yang lalu

      And they are Beautiful ❤❤❤

      PETANI LAPOLE CHANEL 27 hari yang lalu

      Buah yang sangat Manis dan indah dipandang terimakasih sudah berbagi pengalaman kaw4n🙏🙏🙏🤝🤝🤝

    • mark totton
      mark totton 28 hari yang lalu +1

      @Lyra L. Clemenia No idea, but it seems unlikely

    • Lyra L. Clemenia
      Lyra L. Clemenia 28 hari yang lalu

      is she married

    • mark totton
      mark totton 29 hari yang lalu

      I'm afraid that is not likely to happen unless she has a daughter who grows up as kind and caring as she is

  • Saya
    Saya Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Oh it’s mận! (Hope I spelled it correctly lol) I really miss having some, ever since I moved to America it’s pretty hard finding any of these. Hope now that I know the official English name i can try to find some again
    For extra context I’m vietnamese and the ones I usually have were slightly sweet so I really enjoy them

  • Pillar Service
    Pillar Service Bulan Yang lalu

    My little 7 month old daughter loves watching your cooking and the food that results!
    Our other 2 kids love to see their "Chinese friend" and her adventures with her family and food and of course Mr. Dawang.

  • Christoph Clyne
    Christoph Clyne 28 hari yang lalu

    My aunt has loads of these in her farm in Brazil. We call them "jambo". Now I want some! Didn't know there were so many ways to eat it.

  • Gia Monterosi
    Gia Monterosi Bulan Yang lalu

    we also have wax apples here in the philippines. we call them 'tambis' and it also has different variations (red, pink, green). great video btw!

    HILDA CARDOSO CEOLA Bulan Yang lalu +5

    Fico me imaginando comendo essa fruta geladinha, nunca tinha visto mas acho que deve ser gostosa.
    Ângela da cidade de Santo André
    País Brasil. Beijos

    • Sammak Shaira
      Sammak Shaira Bulan Yang lalu

      Feel free to visit Bangladesh someday,we have tons of these!

    • Lidiah santos
      Lidiah santos Bulan Yang lalu

      Aqui no Brasil tem. Se chama Eugenia ou Jambo vermelho. É uma delicia

  • Marcela Rocha
    Marcela Rocha Bulan Yang lalu +6

    Põe legenda em português 🇧🇷

  • flash
    flash Bulan Yang lalu +1

    I love watching your videos and seeing what you call those fruits in my country they are called pomperacks 😁😍and I love them ❤️

  • Ambu Channel Official
    Ambu Channel Official 8 hari yang lalu

    The fruits is my favorite, in indonesia often eaten with sauce chili and brown sugar, the called is "Rujak" . Greetings from Indonesia☺

  • Yong De Tan
    Yong De Tan Bulan Yang lalu +136

    wax or rose apple is also very popular in Malaysia and it is called "jambu air" in Malay because of its high water content. we normally eat this kind of fruit raw accompanied by condiments like salted plum powder for some people.

    • MZ SK
      MZ SK 27 hari yang lalu

      In India (West ) we call it jambu. We mostly get the white ones

    • MissEatALot
      MissEatALot 28 hari yang lalu

      Owhh bahasa English apple lah ye?

    • karma
      karma Bulan Yang lalu +1

      @Mimi chu chu a teeny bit of citrus and sweetness but mostly watery with crunch. We make pickles with this in kerala.

    • Madhara Lakshani
      Madhara Lakshani Bulan Yang lalu

      in srilanka we call it jambu. there is no air word but same to same

    • Yong De Tan
      Yong De Tan Bulan Yang lalu +1

      @Beatriz Garcia this is how the malay word "jambu" gets its name as a result of the portuguese colonisation in melaka in 1511.

  • LifeAsMarina
    LifeAsMarina Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Here in Trinidad and Tobago 🇹🇹 we call them "Pommerac". I have trees in my backyard. Also, I love your videos!!! 😊

  • Visakh Varma
    Visakh Varma Bulan Yang lalu +1

    This fruit is called Champakka here in Kerala, South India. Very common fruit tree here. We make, jam, pickles etc with this fruit

  • Dorian Greg
    Dorian Greg Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Omg I never knew they were called wax apples! We have one at our backyard and it’s always a treat to eat during the summer, we call them Macopa

  • Sleepy Head
    Sleepy Head Bulan Yang lalu

    Such a blessed fam to have someone who can cook so so well☺️

  • Huey Teoh
    Huey Teoh Bulan Yang lalu +77

    Is it just me, or the rhythm of her harvesting the fruits is really well-edited and satisfying? -from a musician 😆 anyways love your videos 阿盆姐❤️❤️❤️

    • 逆光
      逆光 Bulan Yang lalu +2


    • Hansrajbhai Tanti
      Hansrajbhai Tanti Bulan Yang lalu +3

      Wow! What a very nice & genuine compliment.

    • Rand Kamal
      Rand Kamal Bulan Yang lalu +5

      Same thinking haha

  • Live Nature Love Nature
    Live Nature Love Nature Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Oh I miss these fruits a lot 😩 So beautiful presentation 👍💞

  • Adzkya_❤️
    Adzkya_❤️ Bulan Yang lalu +4

    When I was a kid, it's really easy to find this fruit around the neighborhood, everybody plant this tree Infront of their house. Now this fruit become exclusive

  • Darwin Cabezas
    Darwin Cabezas Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Interesante comida, nosotros conocemos esa fruta como PUMA ROSA, y siempre las comemos en reuniones. saludos desde Ecuador, Guayaquil.

  • Carlos Benalcazar
    Carlos Benalcazar Bulan Yang lalu

    Hermosa esa fruta se parece a las peras de aquí, diferencia el color tenemos las verdes y amarillas y rojo siga como siempre guapísima 😉 😘 💚

  • La maestra América
    La maestra América Bulan Yang lalu +17

    Qué delicia!
    Siempre quedo impresionada por la variedad de frutas y verduras que hay en su pueblo, así como las formas de preparar los alimentos. Felicidades 🎈 saludos desde México.

  • Amparo Grace N. Mendoza
    Amparo Grace N. Mendoza Bulan Yang lalu +45

    In the philippines we called it "Makopa" in Tagalog. I rarely eat this fruit in our area, I guess some rural places in the philippines had tons of these. They are freaking delicious, sometimes I dip it in salt to fight the sourness, so I can easily finish them. I miss eating them when I was child, climbing at the tree with your childhood friends at your neighbor's yard. Good memories..

    • Rosalia Nolasco
      Rosalia Nolasco Bulan Yang lalu

      @Marikit Liwayway ᜋᜇᜒᜃᜒᜆ᜔ᜎᜒᜏᜌ᜔ᜏᜌ᜔ Oo nga, at tsaka ang dami palang puwedeng gawin sa makopa na recipe for food preparation... ano?

    • RisingStar
      RisingStar Bulan Yang lalu

      Interesting, in Vietnam. We called it “cây mận”, which weirdly translate to pear tree (cây means stick/tree/plant, and mận means plum). My parent eat this so many countless of times as a snack because it is cheap and the sun market next to our house always have a bunch at stock. Though, this was back then at the early 2000s. Now I’m in American and the fruit was way too hard to find.

    • Marikit Liwayway ᜋᜇᜒᜃᜒᜆ᜔ᜎᜒᜏᜌ᜔ᜏᜌ᜔
      Marikit Liwayway ᜋᜇᜒᜃᜒᜆ᜔ᜎᜒᜏᜌ᜔ᜏᜌ᜔ Bulan Yang lalu +2

      Ibang klase makopa nila sa atin hollow ang loob sa kanila buo tingnan mo 4:36

    • Rosalia Nolasco
      Rosalia Nolasco Bulan Yang lalu +1

      nakaka-missed na nga iyang "Makopa." wala niyan dito sa Seattle, Washington.

    • 🌸cherry blossom cookie🌸
      🌸cherry blossom cookie🌸 Bulan Yang lalu +2

      Masarap yan madami nyan sa laguna sa subdivision na tinirhan namin dati di na nga Lang pinapansin ng May ari 😅 kami taga ubos saw saw sa asin 🤤

  • Amiza Aziman
    Amiza Aziman Bulan Yang lalu

    this fruit is delicious! we usually eat together with dip sauce (mix thick soy sauce + chillies + sugar) 😍

  • Sheneli Fernando
    Sheneli Fernando Bulan Yang lalu +1

    In Sri Lanka we call it Jambu and it tastes like a lighter and sweeter version of an apple 🥰❤️

  • ᜀᜌᜓᜋᜒ ᜄᜇ᜔ᜐᜒᜌ IOMMIE

    *Omg I never knew they have MAKOPA in China these are delicious in the Philippines we do not use this for like dishes we eat it like apple! but that is very good to see that we can make something good out of Makopa. 😋🇵🇭*

  • Treea Rochma (arek Suroboyo nang yUeS)

    In Indonesia we call it Jambu air 😍 I always hungry every time I see you cooking penjie 😆 it always appetizing. Those foods must be taste so good and delicious, home made foods are the best cure 🧡
    Hi from New Jersey 🇺🇸🙋🏻‍♀️

    • H U M A I R A H
      H U M A I R A H Bulan Yang lalu

      Yuuu rujakan bareng2... manis,pedes,asem,seuugeerr..

    • Fatin Nabilah
      Fatin Nabilah Bulan Yang lalu

      @Kusuma Sprdn ohh ok maaf maaf 😅😁

    • 許紀穎
      許紀穎 Bulan Yang lalu

      @Wiwit Andriyani 台灣的品種幾乎沒有種子

    • Kusuma Sprdn
      Kusuma Sprdn Bulan Yang lalu

      @Fatin Nabilah beza lahh jambu batu dengan jambu air, kat video tu jambu air

    • Kusuma Sprdn
      Kusuma Sprdn Bulan Yang lalu +1

      @Fatin Nabilah kalau di Indonesia jambu batu means guava or jambu biji😁

  • Николай Турков
    Николай Турков Bulan Yang lalu

    Как и всегда красивые девушки, великолепные пейзажи, вкусная еда!)
    Что ещё нужно мужчине для созерцания? :)

  • Elizabeth Alarcón correa
    Elizabeth Alarcón correa Bulan Yang lalu +1

    En mi país esa fruta se llama pomarosa ,saludos desde Colombia 🇪🇨🇪🇨amo tus vídeos 📹 💕 ❤️

  • Maria Aparecida
    Maria Aparecida Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Parabéns queria esta aí comendo também isso e benca de Deus mesmo quanta fartura divida com outras pessoa mesmo

  • Akila Baymax
    Akila Baymax Bulan Yang lalu +3

    lovely video.always so soothing and relaxing to watch .love from sri lanka 🇱🇰🇱🇰 .In my country those are called "Jambu"or "Rose apple".It is a tropical fruit.it is a fruit that brings my childhood memories back.

  • The Best Foodie Show
    The Best Foodie Show Bulan Yang lalu +49

    I'm honestly impressed by the time and effort you put into these videos, keep it up!

    • Analyn Dambulos
      Analyn Dambulos Bulan Yang lalu +1

      Dianxi xiaoge ,you know 2018 ,I most downloaded videos , because you are famous for cook more foods ,I like your videos,

  • Aiueo Aiueo
    Aiueo Aiueo Bulan Yang lalu

    In Indonesia, the fruit is called "jambu air" which means jambu = guava & air = water...sometimes it grows wild, sometimes it is treated..we eat it with chili sauce

  • cfrefrigeração
    cfrefrigeração Bulan Yang lalu +3

    Aqui na Amazônia essa fruta é conhecida como jambo

  • Stefan Popa
    Stefan Popa Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Bravo 👏 por traducir en español

  • artha
    artha Bulan Yang lalu +2

    in indonesia we call this fruit as "jambu air" which mean water guava becuase its so juicy and so watery, there's lots of this here.. very delicious fruit

  • Precious Berbenzana
    Precious Berbenzana Bulan Yang lalu +2

    One of my favorite fruits in the Phils. Brings back childhood memories. Juicy, sweet, and sometimes a bit sour...

    VINRICK CHANNEL Bulan Yang lalu

    Here in the Southern Part of the Philippines, we call it TAMBIS. Very delicious especially if you dip it in salt.

  • Eddie Hwang
    Eddie Hwang Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Her family is so lucky to have excellent cook, they always eat well.

  • Mindy Taylor
    Mindy Taylor Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Our trees here in the Philippines are fruiting, too. Twice this year already. The birds love them. They're so noisy when they're feasting.

  • Win Zaw Thu
    Win Zaw Thu Bulan Yang lalu +9

    We have also started growing heirloom vegetables of different colors and we are excited to harvest them soon 😋 And this is the first I've learned of purple broccoli. 😍Love this video!💗

  • RisingStar
    RisingStar Bulan Yang lalu

    Wax apple bring back so much of memories back in Vietnam. I was born in Vietnam, and when I was little my parent usually serve us a lot of wax apple with a side of this mixture of salt and minced that chili pepper. If I can remember by memory, the fruit have a texture of an apple and is somewhat a bit airy (which makes it so satisfying to bite into) and the fruit is sweet with a very little and unnoticeable sourness. Eating this fruit was so common back then in Vietnam, but my life there was short as I have to move to America when I was 8 for better education and up to this day (I’m 21 now) I’ve never saw any sold in any asian market, even at my local Vietnamese store. The only time I was able to eat it was the time I visit back in Vietnam for a month 5 years old.

    • RisingStar
      RisingStar Bulan Yang lalu

      Texture have a crunchiness of both watermelon and an apple

  • Eva Campos
    Eva Campos Bulan Yang lalu +1

    que linda familia Vendiciones siempre y deliciosa comida❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • Rey_@
    Rey_@ Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Я хочу к вам! Чтобы попробовать все эти вкусняшки🤤😊Привет из России👋

  • Hello my name is Mariana💜 I'm brazilian k-pop

    These fruits look so delicious I wanted so much to eat these fruits 🤭🤧

  • The Best Foodie Show
    The Best Foodie Show Bulan Yang lalu +76

    She works so hard and has us spoiled. This has to be Some of the best dishes I've seen her prepare. Thanks sister 😃

  • Анастасия 33
    Анастасия 33 26 hari yang lalu +1

    Обожаю смотреть как вы готовите . Спасибо за ваши труды. С любовью из России..

  • Sreeviha Saranya
    Sreeviha Saranya Bulan Yang lalu +1

    It's my favorite fruit.... Thank you so much for sharing it..... Loved to see your videos and how responsible you are .... Really lucky to have you as Sister❤️💞🥰

  • Татьяна Цой
    Татьяна Цой 26 hari yang lalu

    Удивительные фрукты, чудо природы! И урожай великолепный!

  • Maria Aparecida
    Maria Aparecida Bulan Yang lalu +5

    Que cachorro lindo e feliz da vida vídeo lindo parabéns

  • boredpanda
    boredpanda Bulan Yang lalu +32

    Here in Indonesia, we call those "Jambu".. I had two trees of jambu at my childhood home and i used to spend a looooot of time on the tree. Especially during holiday, me and my friends would climb up the tree and we stayed there since morning.. the fruits became our breakfast, brunch, lunch and snacks before finally got off for dinner.. 😂
    Oh this video brings out so many good childhood memories ♥️

    • Afrah Fazlulhaq
      Afrah Fazlulhaq 25 hari yang lalu +1

      In Sri Lanka we call it Jambu too.

    • João
      João Bulan Yang lalu +3

      In Brazil we call it by "Jambo, Jambolão or widow earring"

    • Nadia Hidayati
      Nadia Hidayati Bulan Yang lalu +1

      Jambu air untuk membedakan dengan jambu batu

    • Hidup seperti Larry
      Hidup seperti Larry Bulan Yang lalu +2

      Afkah iya?

  • Arifah Suhaimi
    Arifah Suhaimi Bulan Yang lalu +1

    In my family we have this tradition of eating this with a mixture of coarse sugar and sweet soy sauce. so you just combine the sugar and soy sauce together to form a paste, like a dipping condiment. soooooo yummy.

  • Leandro Romano
    Leandro Romano 4 hari yang lalu +1

    Os vídeos de vocês são maravilhosos, Viva a República Popular da China

  • Robin Reid
    Robin Reid Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Your videos are always excellent! I love watching you cook and eat with your family! Much love from Florida USA 💚💚

  • lanz
    lanz Bulan Yang lalu

    Never heard about this fruit before... Got to know about a new fruit through your video. Lovely keep going ❣

  • Socring
    Socring Bulan Yang lalu +30

    In our province in the philippines, we call this fruit “tambis”. We dip it in salt as it is somehow tasteless. Thank you for sharing this video Dianxi. I might try that recipe.

    • Nor-hidaya Mangontawar
      Nor-hidaya Mangontawar Bulan Yang lalu

      @talania gary21 macopa is different from tambis. And the one shown in the video is tambis, not macopa

    • KaitoKit
      KaitoKit Bulan Yang lalu

      In my country its sweet and not tasteless like in philipines

    • Daryll Lirasan
      Daryll Lirasan Bulan Yang lalu

      In Cebu we also called it ‘tambis’ :) aside from the red tambis we also have white tambis :)

    • talania gary21
      talania gary21 Bulan Yang lalu +3


  • Sandeep I
    Sandeep I Bulan Yang lalu +1

    We also have this fruit in Andhra,known as "julabjamakaya".
    From INDIA ❤️

  • Priscila Da Silva Costa
    Priscila Da Silva Costa Bulan Yang lalu

    Oi sou sua fã amo ❤ seus vídeos sou do Brasil

  • Joann Mae caorte
    Joann Mae caorte Bulan Yang lalu

    Here in the philippines its called TAMBIS, we have it green, red, pink ones.. we just ate it as it is. You can it all year round there is no season when it comes to this fruit we usually have it on our backyard or frontyard. It is my 2nd favorite fruit. It is delicious when you put it on the fridge hahha

  • Sarah Aida
    Sarah Aida Bulan Yang lalu +1

    My favourite fruits since it is soft to chew and easy to cut :) unfortunately the price for the import one is quite expensive here in malaysia ( i.e. 5usd per kg)

  • Lynn Tuten
    Lynn Tuten Bulan Yang lalu +25

    I have never seen wax apples before. And the big pie you made looks so delicious 😋.
    Stay safe my beautiful friends. God bless you all. 🙏

  • Magic Salazar
    Magic Salazar Bulan Yang lalu

    I love how they prepare their food. Goals!

  • leah paladen
    leah paladen Bulan Yang lalu +1

    In some parts of the Philippines especially in Mindanao, we call it "tambis". One of my favorites!

  • Binari Alwis
    Binari Alwis Bulan Yang lalu +1

    I really love to watch all your videos and love the surrounding 💕 such a calming and fruitful environment with lovely people around you💓🥰.love from 🇱🇰😍

  • HS Charles
    HS Charles Bulan Yang lalu

    I am 17 weeks🤰and the urge to eat this fruit is getting stronger but it seems that it so hard to find here in my place when it's not its season. But I'll keep on waiting 😋

  • Erika Ramos
    Erika Ramos Bulan Yang lalu +9

    Gracias por los subtítulos en español 😍

  • Soemartono Gan
    Soemartono Gan Bulan Yang lalu

    We often eat them with mixture of brown sugar syrup,ground peanuts,and chili,taste refreshing

    ANG BODO Bulan Yang lalu

    Wow that fruit salad 🥗 really looks yummy 🤤 🤤

  • Martin Sonjaco
    Martin Sonjaco Bulan Yang lalu

    In the Philippines we call it "tambis" mostly in visayan region. It is very helpful if you have kidney stone.

  • Runa Hikari
    Runa Hikari Bulan Yang lalu

    In Indonesia the fruit called "jambu air". my aunt used to planted this and whenever she harvest it, she shared it with us. And in return we shared our mango or star fruits

      HARYATI SAHAT Bulan Yang lalu

      Same goes in Malaysia...
      Jambu Air....

  • Chinue Susan Abraham
    Chinue Susan Abraham Bulan Yang lalu +128

    We have this fruit in Kerala, a southern state in India and it's called "chambekya"... It's often made into pickles or eaten as is with salt and chilli powder

    • alssketchbook
      alssketchbook Bulan Yang lalu

      ഇത് ചെമ്പോട്ടിക്ക അല്ലേ ?? പനിനീർ ചാമ്പ എന്നും പറയാറുണ്ട് എന്ന് തോന്നുന്നു

    • Jeffy George
      Jeffy George Bulan Yang lalu +1

      Yeah out chamaka

    • Priya Jagan
      Priya Jagan Bulan Yang lalu +2

      Oh.. lovely chambekya.. my childhood memory.. i have climbed the tree & plucked it & eaten.. lovely..!

    • rashmi cp
      rashmi cp Bulan Yang lalu +3

      @Chinue Susan Abraham I am also a Malayali. I have heard people call it Jambakka, too. Apparently, the fruit is called Jambo in Brazil and similar names in some other countries. I wonder who brought it to Kerala.

    • Chinue Susan Abraham
      Chinue Susan Abraham Bulan Yang lalu +1

      @KaitoKit oh, we have both sweet and sour varities though... Only sweet ones must've been available near you probably

  • Donquixote
    Donquixote Bulan Yang lalu

    Everything looks delicious and different. Thank you for sharing. ❤

  • Franco Tabone
    Franco Tabone Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Hello Dianxi, I just discovered one of your videos just today with your beautiful family dog Dawang, when your father went to fetch some good soft soil to grow up green garlic. Now I have watched 3 more videos of yours including this one and I will be soon watching when you took Dawang to the beauty salon. I love your dog 'Dawang'. You prepare and cook with so much love to make sure you bring that delicacy into the food pleasing your family to eat well. I have been to Chongqing and enjoyed the hot spicy cuisine they cook there. You should sometimes write down the recipe with the ingredients when you cook something special so that we will try it. I want to ask you what camera do you use and show us who takes the video for your beautiful episodes.

  • Закиров В.Ф РФ
    Закиров В.Ф РФ 22 hari yang lalu

    Цените то что живёте в таком прекрасном месте!

  • Dayana Ayoub
    Dayana Ayoub Bulan Yang lalu

    So humbling and rich in the heart I LOVE IT! God bless you all

  • Елена Карагачева

    Мир вашему дому! Смотрю вас давно! Очень нравятся ваши видео!!! Спасибо!❤❤❤

  • WasuWasuSu
    WasuWasuSu Bulan Yang lalu +1

    My mom misses this fruit, we bought some that were here but she always said that they weren’t the taste she remembers. Just, it’s still enough to make her happy because years ago she wouldn’t see this fruit being sold in stores.

  • campur campur
    campur campur Bulan Yang lalu

    In Indonesia we call it Jambu Air. It's very good when you it it with spicy sauce. Brown sugar, bit salt and chillies. Yumm my mouth is watering. 🤭

  • When In Doubt Smile
    When In Doubt Smile Bulan Yang lalu

    I don't care the food, it absolutely taste great! The one great thing in this video is Dawang sneaked and then chased the cat! So cute!

  • Нелли Александровна

    Живите долго и богато, трудолюбивый народ.

  • Luiz Figueiredo
    Luiz Figueiredo Bulan Yang lalu +97

    Bom dia,🇧🇷 DIANXI aqui nós conhecemos essa fruta como JAMBO , é a fruta da minha infância pois aqui na minha cidade tem muita, além da goiaba, manga espalhado por toda região. Parabéns pelos avós 🥳👏🥳🇧🇷🇧🇷

    • Mifta Jannah
      Mifta Jannah Bulan Yang lalu +1

      jj......km km m km mo,

    • ARK LIMA
      ARK LIMA Bulan Yang lalu +1

      @Wania GS eu tbm, acompanho vários canais, é super relaxante esses vídeos de culinária orientais 🥰

    • Wania GS
      Wania GS Bulan Yang lalu +1

      @ARK LIMA legal. Gosto tb de assitir a outros canais semelhantes chineses.

    • ARK LIMA
      ARK LIMA Bulan Yang lalu +1

      @Wania GS Eu sempre vejo brasileiros comentando aqui.
      Eu não perco um vídeo dela desde 2018

    • Albasita Alazhary
      Albasita Alazhary Bulan Yang lalu +2

      We have similar name ya :D in indonesia, we call it Jambu Air :)

  • Rebekah Noir
    Rebekah Noir Bulan Yang lalu

    Where I'm from it's called 'pommerac'. Cut and mix with salt, garlic, habanero, and cilantro. It's delicious

  • Людмила 50
    Людмила 50 Bulan Yang lalu

    Какое хорошее , доброе, располагающее к себе лицо у бабушки - всегда с улыбкой смотрит на внуков.

  • Maria Costales
    Maria Costales Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Here in Laguna, Southern Philippines 🇵🇭 we call it “ macopa”

  • Everett Napihaa
    Everett Napihaa Bulan Yang lalu

    Yep...mountain apples in Hawaii. I used to live where a big tree in my yard and young school children would often come and pick after school that I alone couldn't eat all of it! I miss that sweet watery tree fruit!

  • catqussy
    catqussy Bulan Yang lalu +92

    Dianxi , I love you a lot , you're the person who taught me to keep your culture always with you and be proud of whatever you are in your life. You're my true inspiration

    • Jim X
      Jim X Bulan Yang lalu

      @McNuggets(6pc) yes

    • McNuggets(6pc)
      McNuggets(6pc) Bulan Yang lalu

      @Jim X Her nickname is Apen, right?

    • Jim X
      Jim X Bulan Yang lalu

      dianxi is not her name. Dianxi means the western part of Yunnan province. Xiaoge means brother or guy.

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    • Chanchala Chakma
      Chanchala Chakma Bulan Yang lalu +3

      Same when I went to city I was lil nervous since I m frm countryside. But they seemed interested in my countryside culture, they used to b happy whenever I take cultural lunch in my box at school.
      It's Dianxi who inspired me to not b ashamed of my culture 💗💗

  • Juaqui
    Juaqui Bulan Yang lalu

    Que buena pinta tenía esta torta y ese refresco 😍😍😘😘😜😜