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Black sapote fruit cut open : Stock Photo
Duranbah in Tweed Valley near the Gold Coast.The Latin name is Diospyros digyna and the family Ebenaceae. The fruit flesh has a mild chocolate flavour and is low in fat. It can be eaten raw or used in drinks, liquors, milkshakes, dips, cakes, mousses and sauces.

Black sapote fruit cut open

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Nigel Noyes
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Duranbah in Tweed Valley near the Gold Coast.The Latin name is Diospyros digyna and the family Ebenaceae. The fruit flesh has a mild chocolate flavour and is low in fat. It can be eaten raw or used in drinks, liquors, milkshakes, dips, cakes, mousses and sauces.
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