Harvest Day 06/20/2016 This week we harvested mysore, veinte cohol, sweetheart, praying hands, cavendish, goldfinger, and variegated bananas! Lychees are in full season this week, but not for long. We also harvested jackfruit, jaboticaba, turmeric, and passionfruit. This was our last week of harvesting the sapodilla and mamey, until the key west mamey sapote variety ripens in July. We harvest every Monday and ship the following morning! Bookmark our blog to keep up with our latest harvest and find out when your favorite fruit is back in stock!
Many customers ask us when they should eat their fruit, so we have created a guide to refer to at any time. We recommend eating all fruits at their peak ripeness for optimum enjoyment. To view it in full, click here. If you need help with your order, just let us know! You can send us a video (firstname.lastname@example.org) of you squishing it to see how soft it is, and describe the smell in detail.
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Black sapote is an interesting fruit because the texture and color screams "chocolate pudding!" However, the actual flavor of the fruit is very mild. People are often surprised that it doesn't actually taste how it looks. Luckily, there are ways to make it taste more chocolatey and sweet, simply by adding into a blender with chocolate powder and dates. Rane demonstrates in this video how to make actual chocolate pudding with your black sapote. Here's a video of black sapote being harvested and dried, and even added to some delicious cooked food recipes, like waffles! My personal favorite way to...