Saturday, February 25, 2012

Black Sapote ( Diospyros digyna )

Fruit Warehouse | Black Sapote ( Diospyros digyna ) | Other names include Chocolate Pudding Fruit, Persimmon and Chocolate (in Spanish) Zapote Prieto. Diospyros digyna, the Black Sapote, is a species of persimmon is native to eastern That Mexico and Central America south to Colombia.

The trees are delicious, with individual trees bearing only male or female flowers. Black Sapote fruit are tomato-like and measure 5-10 cm (2.0-3.9 in) in diameter, with an inedible skin That turns from olive to a deep yellow-green when an edible pulp and RIPE That turns from white when unripe to a flavor, color and texture Often likened to chocolate pudding when RIPE. It is unrelated to the Mamey sapote (Sapotaceae), and the white sapote (Rutaceae).

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