The Cherimoya is also called sugar apple. The fruit is originally from the highlands of Peru and Ecuador. The taste is reminiscent of a mix of strawberry, raspberry and pineapple. The Cherimoya contains large black seeds. Currently, the fruit is mainly grown in Chile. The fruits grow on a tree that can grow up to 9 meters. The fruit itself has a leathery skin and is oval with a diameter of 7 to 10 centimeters. Cut your Cherimoya in half with a sharp knife. Spoon out the flesh. The seeds come out with some flesh around it Pick a cherimoya that is still pretty green (and has no brown spots) and feels a little firm, but soft at the same time. A bit like a ripe avocado.
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