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white sapotes.

Postby Oolie » Sun Aug 19, 2012 10:13 pm

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i've been trying new ways of consuming these, i like adding cinnamon to them, it reminds me of putting cinnamon on vanilla ice cream as a child.

my mother squeezed some lemon on them and it was great, it was like a lemon cream pudding or pie. and an interesting detail, when mixing in the lemon, the pale white flesh of the fruit became yellow.

i'll follow up with any more successes i have, as this seems ripe with potential.

Re: white sapotes.

Postby Rafael » Sun Aug 26, 2012 2:08 pm

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Have you tried subbing these in for mashed banana in a banana bread recipe? I bet it would be good but the fruit isn't starchy in the same way so I'm wondering what the result would be like.

Re: white sapotes.

Postby Oolie » Tue Aug 28, 2012 1:40 pm

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seems like it would be worth a try. i'm thinking unripe ones could be cooked like an unripe banana.


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