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This fruit is similar to cherimoya. The skin of the soursop fruit is spiny. The flesh is white with a creamy texture. The taste is a blend of strawberry, pineapple, mango, coconut, and banana. It’s tangy but sweet also.
How to eat a soursop fruit
We ship soursop unripen or it should be close to ripening up by the time you receive it. It may be ripe enough to eat right away. Please refrigerate it if not consuming the ripened fruit immediately. If the fruit has not fully ripened (hard to the touch), you can leave it out at room temperature or leave it somewhere with a warmer temperature to help it ripen up. Don’t forget to check on your fruit daily while it ripens. When a soursop can easily be broken in half with your hands, then it should be ripe enough to eat. Do not eat the black seeds, just the white creamy flesh. Try eating it cold from the fridge.