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The history of Soursop spans back to 1526, when it was one of the first fruit trees carried from the North American continent across the Pacific to southeastern China, and Australia. It was also brought to the western shores of Africa. Soursop was noted by Spanish historian Gonzalo Fernandez de Oviedo y Valdes in 1526 […]
Want to make a delicious healthy soursop smoothie? It’s easy. All you need to do is follow the recipe below. Ingredients: 2 cups of soursop pulp – fresh or canned 2 cups of filtered water Half a fresh lime 1 tsp of agave nectar (optional) How to make a soursop smoothie Remove the skin from […]
A review of the Gfruit branded jar of pure soursop fruit.
What are other words for soursop? Soursop is known by a variety of different words. The following words are soursop synonyms or related terms that are used when speaking or writing about the fruit. Soursop Soursop is the primary name most people use to refer to the fruit of the graviola tree. However botanists refer […]
The flavor of the soursop fruit is distinctly tropical. It can be described in a variety of ways. Here are some of the ways the tropical fruit’s devotees describe it when it lands on their palate. What soursop tastes like: Many of the fruit’s fans say the taste of soursop is exotic and lovely. It […]
How to grow a soursop tree at home Want to grow a soursop tree that bears the prickly soursop fruit at home? It is not that hard. However, there are some unique issues that need to be overcome before you can successfully harvest fresh soursop for your DIY growing efforts. What you will need to […]
Learn about Soursop fruit Below are common questions and answers about soursop. These facts were gathered from a variety of sources on- and offline. What is Soursop? Soursop is a long, prickly fruit that comes from the graviola tree. It is an evergreen tree native to Malaysia, Vietnam, Mexico, the Caribbean, as well as Central […]