Fresh Soursop

$99.99

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**PLEASE NOTE: THIS ITEM SHIPS WHEN AVAILABLE.  SOURSOP TYPICALLY SHIPS ON THURSDAYS OR FRIDAYS EACH WEEK.**

 

Soursop, also known as Guanabana, is a tropical fruit and close relative of the cherimoya, atemoya, and custard apple. The fruit is irregularly shaped and can range from oval to heart or kidney-shaped and its skin is light green to yellow with small spikes. The refreshing creamy flesh tastes like a combination of pineapple and strawberry with notes of sour citrus. The juicy pulp separates easily into sections and contain small inedible seeds. Soursops have a tropical fragrance and are considerably large and can weigh several pounds, sometimes even up to 15 pounds! Soursop is native to Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and South America. Soursop is available year-round, with peak season in the fall through winter. They contain calcium, phosphorous, and other beneficial nutrients.


Soursop is most often eaten raw. The pulp can be pureed and used in ice creams, sorbets, mousse, custards, or mixed into a cocktail. The pulp can be frozen and eaten, or saved for later use. The juice is commonly mixed with milk or water and sweetened for a refreshing drink.

**Please note, this fruit can range in size and is sold by weight, not piece.  Each piece can weigh from 1 to 5lbs each.** 

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Ripening and Storage:

Ripe when soft all over and yields to the touch.  Do not store in the fridge unless ripe, as this causes the fruit to skip the ripening process. Store ripe soursop in fridge for up to 2 days. Soursop pulp may be frozen for future use.

 

Suggested Uses: 

Cut the fruit in half and eat it with a spoon to scoop the pulp straight from the skin. Do not eat the black seeds as they contain neurotoxins.


Soursop is most often eaten raw. The pulp can be pureed and used in ice creams, sorbets, mousse, custards, or mixed into a cocktail. The pulp can be frozen and eaten, or saved for later use. The juice is commonly mixed with milk or water and sweetened for a refreshing drink.