Eating the fruit of a Pacay tree.
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Pacay trees grow in the warm coast in Perú. Pacay, also known as guaba or guamo is a legume, a relative of green beans, snap peas, alfalfa, lentils, and peanuts etc. Being in this family, it bears an unusual fruit for a tree that resembles a giant bean pod, with a sweet, refreshing, cotton like edible fiber on the inside.