Sea grape is a type of plant that is found abundantly in the tropical region. It is a green tree that can be seen near the ocean side. Due to its resemblance with the grapes, it is called sea grape. The trees largely produce clusters of fruits. The leaves are quite broader with the maximum size of the 12 inches.
The red color of vegetation is an indication that it is still immature. As the time passes it can turn green with red veins onto it. Once it is at immature, it can be eaten raw. Moreover, in the cooked form, it is used in jam, jellies and even wines. In most of the cuisines, grape vinegar is commonly used. As far as the taste is concerned, Sea grape is mostly acidic and sweet. This food source can provide vitamins A, B, C, K, and beta-carotene.