If you're struggling with a dietary change committing to trying new food is not only fun, it's healthy. Chances are you are going to stumble upon some foods that you really enjoy and will add to the regular rotation of grocery shopping. If you consider most people's eating habits you'll soon realize that we are a very routined creature, we tend to buy and cook the same things over and over again. Adding variety not only broadens the type of nutrients you eat it creates an environment where you are more engaged with your food choices.
Once you get your fruit of veggie use it right away. The longer you leave it sitting on the kitchen counter the more afraid of it you'll get. Eventually it will be left to rot. If you don't know how to slice it, peel it or use it just go to YouTube, someone has probably done a video all about how to eat that plant.
And that leads me to the Shaddock you see above. I'd never seen one before. As long as we've been doing this I keep running into plants I've never tried. I'm beginning to think I'll never run out of new ones to experiment with. Some have definitely been hits, others were big misses. But at least we tried. There isn't a grocery shop now where we don't buy a Granadilla, a big family favourite we tried for the first time about two years ago. The Shaddock is also a new family favourite. It looks like a grapefruit crossed with a pear (in shape) and has a very mild grapefruit flavour to it. If you ever see one, give it a try, it's loaded with vitamin C and Potassium.