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Kumquat is a small citrus fruit, native to Southeast Asia, that resembles an olive in size and shape. What distinguishes this fruit is that its skin is edible and many times sweeter than the interior.

It has a sweet and sour flavor and is eaten whole, providing a unique combination of sweet and sour flavors.

Kumquats are a source of vitamin C and are used in cooking to flavor dishes and desserts, as well as to make jams and preserves.

Kumquats can be eaten fresh or used as an ingredient in a variety of culinary preparations.

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