Pumpkin-shaped cherries - anyone know what they are?
These things grow on shrubs (not trees) in my hood, and my neighbor said they are edible cherries. She added that they "cleanse", and to me there is a fine line between cleansing and poisoning oneself.
Anyone have a clue what they are called, which will in turn allow me to investigate what can be done with them. I'd love to know I've succeeded in a crop besides mangoes, even if that success was accidental.