Originally grown in China for medicinal purposes, the kiwi was popularized as a food once it was cultivated in New Zealand in the early twentieth century. Since then, the kiwi has become popular around the world for its distinctive taste and great versatility. Equal parts sweet and tart, the kiwi is a unique fruit with a rough brown exterior and magnificent green center, which brings to mind the notion that internal beauty is the most worthy of scoping out. Eat a kiwi by itself, add it to a roast, or use it as a garnish to add dimension to a dessert. The possibilities are endless.
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