Custard apple

Custard apple

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Encyclopedia of Food and Cookery

The fleshy, round fruit of the Anona tree, found in the tropics. The fruit is cut open and the creamy white flesh is spooned out of the knobbly green shell. The flesh is sweet, aromatic and custardflavoured; the black seeds should be discarded.

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