Guava fruit has been a staple in Mexico and other Latin American countries for centuries for a reason. It’s a particularly lovely treat with soft pink, yellow or dark red flesh and a truly unique flavor. There’s no one rule for how to eat guava. The entire fruit is edible, including the rind and seeds, so you can gobble it whole like an apple — although some find the skin bitter — or scoop it out with a spoon. It’s chock full of vitamin C, fiber, protein and numerous other vitamins and minerals.
Here are 10 more ideas for how to eat guava fruit that you’re guaranteed to flip over.