In this video our very own Andy Walker show you how to cut soursop fruit when it is ripe, and how to determine ripeness, based on the feel of the fruit.
He show how the skin gets softer and easy to break with your finger as the fruit becomes the perfect ripeness to eat
Walker says that a soursop fruit, also called graviola fruit, is at optimum ripeness when the green spiny skin on the fruit is soft can can be penetrated by a push of the finger.
The juice from the pulp will be evidence when you do this.
He also explains how to know when a soursop fruit has gone bad or is so overripe it is no longer ideal to eat.
See the video he uploaded to Youtube:
You can buy fresh soursop fruit in the U.S. here at http://soursopstore.com