It is worth being in the fruit and vegetable department of any store and you immediately feel the tropical aroma floating in the air. It smells like guava. It is worth bringing the guava to the house and the whole room will immediately be filled with its smell. A single, small apple-sized guava fruit replaces an artificial air freshener.
In Cyprus, guava appears on sale in the second half of September. In many nations, this multivitamin fruit is used in folk medicine as a remedy for all diseases. And in cooking, they make jam, jam, jelly, juices, mashed potatoes, salads, pasta and much more from guava. And, of course, they eat raw.