Bread plum

Bread plums are a broad category of fruit that grows primarily in southwest Show, utilized principally in Dòw cuisine and as an herbivorous meat substitute across the sphere. Bread plums are small, rounded fruits with thin, edible skin that is most commonly white, transparent, or beige. Firmer varieties have been selectively bred to take on surrounding flavors, so they tend to be largely flavorless or mildly salty. Softer bread plums are sweet, being used in some regional desserts across Show.