Star apple

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Chrysophyllum cainito, more commonly known as star apple, is known by many names ranging from purple star apple to milk fruit, tar apple, and aguay. The most common name derives from its purple outer skin and a seed pattern that looks like a star. Sweet and aromatic, the fruit has a variety of medicinal properties […]

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David hall
Star apple- my second favorite fruit in the world Weird Fruit, Jamaica Food, Program Diet, Star Apple, Strange Fruit, Puerto Rican Recipes, Apple Seeds, Cuban Recipes, Beautiful Fruits

We recently "discovered" the caimito (or star apple), at Mérida's central market. This sweet fruit has a wonderfully fleshy center and a creamy juice. It's like a lychee crossed with a tropical milkshake. After learning to avoid the rind (bitter and pasty), we had teaspoons in hand and were digging out the fleshy centers like professionals.

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Kim Madsen
Caimito is an extremely common backyard and roadside fruit in the Philippines. It would seem reasonable to assume that it has  centuries of history here but it’s only been around for 100 years.  A native to the West Indies and Central America, the first seeds/trees were apparently introduced by W.S. Lyon, a horticulturalist with the Philippine Bureau of Plant Industry, in 1905.   The Caimito fruit has a star like design when it is sliced, hence its common name Star Apple. Jamaican Fruits, Colombian Breakfast, Fruit Bearing Trees, Trini Food, Star Apple, Philippines Food, Plantas Bonsai, Fruit Plants, Fruit Drinks

Caimito is an extremely common backyard and roadside fruit in the Philippines. It would seem reasonable to assume that it has centuries of history here but it’s only been around for 100 years. A native to the West Indies and Central America, the first seeds/trees were apparently introduced by W.S. Lyon, a horticulturalist with the Philippine Bureau of Plant Industry, in 1905. The Caimito fruit has a star like design when it is sliced, hence its common name Star Apple.

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Glennis San Miguel