Results for - Lychee/Litchi fruit

1,747 voters participated in this survey
Lychee is a tropical and subtropical fruit that originated in the Guangdong and Fujian provinces of China. Have you ever tried it?

1. Lychee is a tropical and subtropical fruit that originated in the Guangdong and Fujian provinces of China. Have you ever tried it?

Yes, and I liked it
23%
394 votes
No, but I would like to try it
32%
552 votes
I have not even heard of it before
23%
398 votes
I tried it, but I did not like it
6%
98 votes
N/A
19%
331 votes
Lychee has a flowery scent and a delicate, sweet flavor. The inside is white and juicy, and it contains a large seed in the middle which is not edible. Does it sound like a fruit you would like or want to try?

2. Lychee has a flowery scent and a delicate, sweet flavor. The inside is white and juicy, and it contains a large seed in the middle which is not edible. Does it sound like a fruit you would like or want to try?

Yes, it sounds like something I would like
34%
595 votes
No, I do not usually like tropical fruit varietes
9%
159 votes
I have already tried it and disliked it
5%
86 votes
I have tried it before, and I like it
16%
279 votes
Not sure/Maybe
19%
324 votes
N/A
17%
304 votes
Did you know that lychee is a common flavor for candies, desserts, and drinks in many Asian countries,? It is also used in a variety of recipes for flavoring.

3. Did you know that lychee is a common flavor for candies, desserts, and drinks in many Asian countries,? It is also used in a variety of recipes for flavoring.

Yes, I know, and I have tried lychee-flavored foods and/or used them in recipes
19%
328 votes
I am aware, but I have never tried them or used lychee in a recipe
16%
274 votes
No, I did not know
42%
726 votes
I have no interest in lychee
8%
136 votes
N/A
16%
283 votes

4. Have you ever seen lychee at your local grocery store, Asian market, or Asian buffet/restaurant?

Yes, and I often buy them
14%
248 votes
No, but I have not looked for them
30%
518 votes
No, they are unavailable where I live
16%
281 votes
Yes, but I do not like them
5%
88 votes
Unsure/I am interested in looking for them
11%
196 votes
N/A or Other
25%
437 votes
Have you ever tried canned or jarred lychee?

5. Have you ever tried canned or jarred lychee?

Yes, but I only like fresh
10%
168 votes
Yes, and I like it better or equal to the fresh lychee
6%
104 votes
No, and I would not want to try it canned or jarred
29%
510 votes
No, but I would try it if I could
30%
530 votes
N/A or Other
26%
453 votes
08/07/2015 Food & Drink 1747 20 By: GossamerDoll

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