How To Prepare Soursop
August 12, 2016 5:47am CST
I bought the soursop (photo above) ,Anona muricata or graviola in some countries, from the market yesterday, but I could not decide what to do with it.It is called "guyabano" in the Philippines, with smooth, leathery skin with little spines. It is tasking to remove the seeds and turn it into a smoothie. Am so tired from other works so I think I'll just slice and have my family eat it as it is. Sometimes I'm too lazy preparing some food when am not in the mood. Do you feel the same sometimes?
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12 Aug 16
That's a "guyabano" we use to have 3 trees here in the house, i did not know it had lots of health benefits and it's quite expensive cause it only sometimes falls on our roof. The most inexpensive way to extract the juice and get rid of the seed is to press the meat using a cheese cloth.