In Thailand, guavas are called “farang,” a word also used for Western foreigners. That’s because the fruit is not native to Thailand and was introduced to the country by traders several hundred years ago. In Thailand, raw slices of the fruit are frequently dipped in a mixture of sugar, salt and ground chili.
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