Dragon fruit nutrition?

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Hoser

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Posted: 20 Mar 2012, 17:08
Searching for dragon fruit in the food database here doesn't give me anything useful-- just food products. My usual trick of asking Google then entering the nutrition information isn't working.

Does anyone have a good nutrition breakdown for a dragon fruit?
NCNOLE

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Posted: 20 Mar 2012, 17:24
http://www.fatsecret.com/Diary.aspx?pa=fjrd&rid=595107

Is this what you're looking for? Pitaya is the formal name, I believe.
Hoser

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Posted: 20 Mar 2012, 17:40
Thanks! Strangely, that doesn't show up when I search for "dragon fruit" or "pitaya".
NCNOLE

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Posted: 20 Mar 2012, 17:56
Crazy, but it shows up in google!! Sometimes that search function just doesn't cooperate.



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