This one is so strange that we have to assign it a continent instead of a single country. It’s Buddha’s Hand, a gnarly, twisted citrus fruit that is thought to have its origins in India before becoming the first citrus fruit in Europe.
Buddha’s Hand has a very thick skin, is largely juiceless and doesn’t contain much pulpy flesh. It’s not something you would want to sit down and snack on. Some people use it as a natural room or clothing refresher for its subtle lemony scent.
Around the world, avant garde chefs are also using it as a tasty zest.