Depending on the species, guava can be of tomato size or as large as 13 cm in diameter.
To eat: use a knife to slice the fruit lengthwise into 4-6 pieces, slice off the part containing the seeds; the kin is bitter but edible.
Guava is often ready to eat when it is green and crisp. The flesh is crunchy much like eating a slice of apple.
The taste is pleasant with mildly...