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The species grows up to 32 feet high and sports round, marble-sized fruit that are so hard when unripe, shepherds used them as slingshot projectiles.The curious case of an endangered wildcat and a disappearing fruit tree|April Reese|August 3, 2022|Popular-Science
The result was that the truffles that came to market had all the allure of unripe peaches.The Key to Jump-Starting Oregon’s Truffle Industry? Dogs.|klindsey|October 6, 2021|Outside Online
Taste the unripe mango salad, as well as the pandan leaf that appears in both drinks and dishes.
In late fall, you’ll have to watch out for unripe fruit, which will give you a strong case of cotton mouth.
She recently Instagrammed a picture of expensive unripe avocados at her local supermarket.August Is the Cruelest Month—If You’re On Instagram|Eliza Shapiro|August 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Guiscard, who sometimes joined our party, was now and then moved to smile at our unripe conceptions of the nature of things.
The hunters returned without game, but bringing us a few grapes and some unripe persimmons, all of which were eaten.
Choclas are the unripe maize heads merely soaked in warm water; they form a very agreeable and wholesome article of food.
The Codling is not the Apple now so called, but is the general name of a young unripe Apple.The plant-lore and garden-craft of Shakespeare|Henry Nicholson Ellacombe
Adela had no prudence, and unripe plans might become known to Lady Harriet through her folly.The Life of Thomas Wanless, Peasant|Alexander Johnstone Wilson