The Dimocarpus longan tree is a medium-sized evergreen is reasonably sensitive to frost. Longan trees prefer sandy soil. At the same time as the species prefers temperatures that do not typically fall below 4.5 Ã‚°C (40 Ã‚°F), it can withstand brief temperature drops to about -2 Ã‚°C (28Ã‚°F). Longans regularly bear fruit reasonably later than lychees. The fruit is sweet, juicy and succulent in superior agricultural varieties and, excluding being eaten fresh, is also frequently used in Asian soups, snacks, desserts, and sweet-and-sour foods, either fresh or dried, every so often canned with syrup. The taste is different from lychees; At the same time as longan have a drier sweetness, lychees are frequently messily juicy with a more tropical, sour sweetness. The seed and the shell don't seem to be consumed. Dried longan are frequently used in Chinese cuisine and Chinese sweet dessert soups. In Chinese food therapy and herbal medicine, it is believed to affect relaxation. In contrast with the fresh fruit, which is juicy and white, the flesh of dried longans is dark brown to almost black.
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