Boiled and mashed it may be prepared and seasoned like macaroni. The fruit, about the size of marbles or larger, seldom over an inch in diameter, is glossy, rather thin-skinned, and surprisingly juicy, with a large round "pit" of one or more seeds. Five fingers B. The Story of Food Plants 25 No. The fruit may be eaten fresh, but it is used chiefly for desserts and jellies. From there these fruits soon reached other islands of the larger Antilles and were also carried by Spanish explorers, settlers and missionaries to Mexico, Central America, and Panama, as well as to northern and north- western South America. The fruit illustrated here is from northeastern Brazil.
ariticum-manso, arixicum-domato, conde-de-sapo, cortiça-de-comer, curtiça, Guyana); sabana soensaka, savanne zuurzak (Suriname); tekweri-pihun-sy. Sula mini gums suikervrij. S of Garachiné on W slope of Serranía Sapo, above Casa Vieja, along Yeseredan hohorodikoro (Arawak), Zuurzak (Surinamese Dutch).
Fawcett, William Economic plants. They all have a large rough pit with firmly adherent flesh, relatively small in quantity, covered with a thick skin.
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Beyond a certain point it appears quite impracticable to attempt to classify- according to their relative value the many fruits in- cluded, for there can be no general agreement about the quality and popularity of many of them.
Each seed projects from a glistening white, or ivory-colored mass of edible tissue. Usually eaten fresh, it is also made into jam, or cooked with spices and pickled while green as in mango chutney.
They all have a large rough pit with firmly adherent flesh, relatively small in quantity, covered with a thick skin.
Zuurzak (D.), Corossol epinaux (Fr.), Guandbana (Sp.), Graviola, Jaca de. Para (Braz.). 40 This is the fruit of a tropical American tree related tothe Sapo. sorsaka, zuurzak soursap (Dutch AVest Indies) ; zuurzak, (Surinam) ; graviola, Sapo or rat -bean (Capparis hadiuca L.) has large elliptic or oblong leaves.
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Beyond a certain point it appears quite impracticable to attempt to classify- according to their relative value the many fruits in- cluded, for there can be no general agreement about the quality and popularity of many of them. They are mostly natives of southeastern Asia, but were brought to the Mediterranean by the Arabs, and to the New World first by Columbus. Simitoo B.
Some are strictly local, but a general distinction is made between dry and sweet dates. It may be eaten fresh, and makes a rose-flavored preserve.
|The soft juicy sweet-acid pulp is pleasant in flavor, though with a faint suggestion of turpentine.
The ovoid or globose fruit, about an inch in diameter, is produced in loose bunches of about two to twenty. The fruit, green to orange-yellow, sweet and juicy, is excel- lent for dessert.
Sapodilla family. When the large rough fruit, which may attain a weight of 8 to 10 pounds, becomes soft and juicy, it is easily split.