3.The Salak, or the snake fruit
The main place whrere you can find it much is Indonesia and grown mainly in Thailand and Malaysia , this thorny fruit is covered with brown scales reminiscent of the skin of a snake. Therefore, in Javanese, it is nicknamed “salak” which means “snake fruit”. By opening it, you will find a white flesh and a nutty-sized core. Salak is particularly rich in iron: 100g of Salak contain the equivalent of 30% of daily iron requirements, and 10% of daily requirements of vitamin C.