Passion Fruit

Know your product

Called Maracuja in Creole, Apple Liana in New Caledonia or Grenadia in Haiti, the Passion fruit originates from South America. It was generally used there as a remedy for anxiety or insomnia. Rich in vitamin A and C, it has a unique, bittersweet taste.

How to buy

Choose passion fruit when they are deep purple, pink or yellow-green. A dry fruit is ripe and ready to be eaten.

how to keep

You can keep passion fruit in the fridge for a few days. To ripen, keep at room temperature, away from the sunlight, until the skin shows some wrinkles.

Tips

The best way to eat the fruit is to cut it in two and empty the inside, the pulp and the edible seeds. Add a little lemon juice to enhance its flavor.

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