Sour Sop, aka Guanabana. A relative of the sweet sop, but bigger, with a prickly skin. The flesh is similar - white and pulpy, but a bit coarser than that of the sweet sop, and not really sour. Sour sop is usually made into a drink, with milk or lime juice. The leaves are used to make a tea to treat hypertension, fever and colds. Prickly Skin, Treats Hypertension, Limes Juice, Aka Guanabana, Beautiful, Sweets Sop, Bit Coarser, Sour Sop, Favorite Fruit
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Sweet Sop - Eating a sweet sop takes a fair bit of navigation to remove the sweet white pulp from the multitude of black seeds inside every fruit. The appearance of the fruit is what Jamaicans would describe as "bumpy-bumpy" - it has many grooves marking out distinct segments on its skin. When the sweet sop is ripe its skin remains green, but the fruit becomes soft and is easily split open. It bears from April to July, and at odd times throughout the year.
PR Fruits...."Quenepas" I used to gulp these down like there was no tomorrow.Sounds like Kah-nay-pay. Bite the lime looking thing and suck out the seed which is covered in pulp which you then suck from the seed. A little bit sour but Delicious!!!