A type of pear that has a bell shape, smooth and yellowish green skin, and sweet and juicy flesh.
A Latin America appetizer made of raw fish marinated in lime juice. The acid in the lime juice "cooks" the fish, causing the flesh to firm up and become opaque.
A type of mollusks include snails and slugs living in the sea, in freshwater, and on land. Also called univalve.
A pear shaped fruit that has a yellow skin and a hard, astringent, and sour flesh. It's usually cooked rather than eaten raw, and is commonly used in jams, jellies, and preserves due to its high pectin content.