It's Very sweet like you :)

@Icydoll (19397)
India
April 15, 2018 8:20am CST
Hi all...hope all are having great time,enjoying weekend.. I'm talking about only fruit which is very sweet one to eat that is Sapodilla..it's really sweet and juicy ,it have iron, pottasium, vitamin C .I prefer to eat it as a fruit,but it's taste is also good when we take it as juice , specially when it is mixed with milk.It is best in fruit salads as well. Have you tasted it ?How do you like to taste them ?Juice or eat it as a fruit.?Share friends.
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@LadyDuck (157275)
• Switzerland
15 Apr
I have tried the fruits in the Caribbean, it is true that they are really sweet.
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@amadeo (65750)
• United States
15 Apr
Never heard of it here.
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@LadyDuck (157275)
• Switzerland
16 Apr
@amadeo If I remember well, we had those fruits in Santo Domingo.
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@amadeo (65750)
• United States
16 Apr
@LadyDuck I see.Never tired ths.
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@Jessabuma (27952)
• Baguio, Philippines
15 Apr
Hello dear friend! Yes I like it so much, in Philippines we called it "Chico " . I have never tried it as juice. I'll try it soon
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@Icydoll (19397)
• India
17 Apr
Yeah it's juice is very taste as well :).try it for sure
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@Jessabuma (27952)
• Baguio, Philippines
17 Apr
@Icydoll okay.. I wanna try it.
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@Jessabuma (27952)
• Baguio, Philippines
17 Apr
@thesupersingh ohh I see
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@xstitcher (11524)
• Petaluma, California
15 Apr
I have never heard of this fruit. I like your smiley face.
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@Icydoll (19397)
• India
17 Apr
Hahaha I like that smiley face too..I'm sure you will like its taste if you try it once Stacey
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@andriaperry (50688)
• United States
15 Apr
Never sen one before, thanks for sharing a photo.
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@Icydoll (19397)
• India
17 Apr
My pleasure to share friend:) Yeah it's grown in some places,it's very tasty one to eat :)
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@marlina (73885)
• Canada
15 Apr
Never tried the Sapodilla, we live in Canada and I don't think that it grows here.
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@AKRao24 (18021)
• India
15 Apr
That is not grown there but there are many Indian s in Canada so you can get in the Malls which imports this fruit from India like mangoes! Thanks @marlina !
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@marlina (73885)
• Canada
16 Apr
@AKRao24 , I see, thanks.
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@Icydoll (19397)
• India
17 Apr
It's very tasty marlina..I hope you can taste it :)
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@DianneN (78053)
• United States
15 Apr
I enjoyed it in Brazil and Jamaica in fruit salads. You are right! They were very sweet.
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@Icydoll (19397)
• India
17 Apr
I like it so much dianneN :) it is very sweet like you. I'm glad you tasted it and know about this fruit.
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@DianneN (78053)
• United States
17 Apr
@Icydoll Aww, thank you. I love trying new foods and did enjoy sapodilla. I hope to have it again.
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@epiffanie (10466)
• Australia
16 Apr
In the Philippines , it's called chicu ..
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@AKRao24 (18021)
• India
16 Apr
That is so true dear @epiffanie! In India also they are known with the same name in Hindi !Thanks!
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@Icydoll (19397)
• India
17 Apr
@epiffanie do you like it's taste?my dear friend Yeah it is chicu.
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@epiffanie (10466)
• Australia
18 Apr
@Icydoll I like it, but I'm not crazy about it ..
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@Freelanzer (8915)
• Canada
16 Apr
Yes I have had it when I was a child and once again in the past two years. It is quite sweet but I like it.
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@Icydoll (19397)
• India
17 Apr
Glad that you know about this fruit...yeah it's super sweet have you tried juice?
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• Canada
17 Apr
@Icydoll Don't think I ever had the juice.
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@Icydoll (19397)
• India
17 Apr
@Freelanzer then try this time
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@allknowing (65075)
• India
16 Apr
I have this tree but lately have not taken care to cover those fruits as they are a favourite of birds and squirrels.
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@Icydoll (19397)
• India
17 Apr
Yeah it's difficult to take care ,I know that too..have you tried juice? It's good to have these trees dear.
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@allknowing (65075)
• India
17 Apr
@Icydoll It is only now we have neglected this tree. There was a time we even sold the fruit. Yes. We have made juice as well.
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@Icydoll (19397)
• India
17 Apr
@allknowing that's nice.
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@Corbin5 (106168)
• United States
15 Apr
I have never tasted it, but I would like to try it. I would eat it as a fruit.
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@AKRao24 (18021)
• India
15 Apr
I bet you will be a big fan if you taste them one time @Corbin5 ! Thanks!
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@Icydoll (19397)
• India
17 Apr
It's very sweet my dear friend..I'm sure you will like it Deborah
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@aureliah (16091)
15 Apr
I have not tried this particular one
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@Icydoll (19397)
• India
17 Apr
That's okay dear friend..may be it is not available there..it's very sweet one
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@aureliah (16091)
25 Apr
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• Philippines
16 Apr
Yes this is sweet but i rarely eat this fruit. Mangoes and bananas are the common fruit here in our place.
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@Icydoll (19397)
• India
17 Apr
Hmm these are special summer treat fruits :)I will surely taste it every year :). Mangoes and bananas are the common fruit here too.
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@youless (91494)
• Guangzhou, China
15 Apr
We have the similar fruits but they are round and have one round core inside. So they are not the sapodilla. Perhaps they are typical fruits in your country and I can't find the same here.
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@Icydoll (19397)
• India
17 Apr
Yeah I think it isn't available in your place .. that's okay dear friend..if you taste this one you will surely like it
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@RodrickH (8842)
• China
15 Apr
Wow, looks great
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@Icydoll (19397)
• India
17 Apr
Yeah it is ..if these are available in your country don't miss the chance to taste it :) it's really very sweet
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@caopaopao (8623)
• China
15 Apr
I have never seen this fruit. I will search it online to see if I can buy some.
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@Icydoll (19397)
• India
17 Apr
Hmm sure ,try to get them some dear friend,if available..it's super sweet one..
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15 Apr
Yes I have tasted it. Really sweet. I eat it as fruit, in fact I eat all fruit directly. I don't like juice. In our side we call it 'Sapeta'.
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@Icydoll (19397)
• India
17 Apr
That's nice you have tasted it .I like to eat them as a fruit too mostly :)
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@JudyEv (123169)
• Bunbury, Australia
15 Apr
I don't know this fruit at all. There are a lot of new fruits I've read about on here.
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@AKRao24 (18021)
• India
15 Apr
They are tropical fruits and are very tasty and sweet @JudyEv ! I think you can get them in your malls which sells exotic fruits! Thanks!
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@JudyEv (123169)
• Bunbury, Australia
15 Apr
@AKRao24 I'll look for them when we go to Melbourne or Perth. I don't think they are in our local shops.
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@AKRao24 (18021)
• India
16 Apr
@JudyEv , I understand , now adays India is exporting lot a varieties of fruits, may be you can find these fruits there in Melbourne or Perth! All the best! Thanks!
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@ridingbet (52821)
• Philippines
16 Apr
we call that 'chico' here in my country. it is sweet. we can even eat the peeling as long as it is washed thoroughly
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@Icydoll (19397)
• India
17 Apr
Glad that you aware of this fruit :).yeah as you said we can eat that with peel ,only if washed thoroughly:).but I don't it with peel Have you tried juice?
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@ridingbet (52821)
• Philippines
18 Apr
@Icydoll oh, noi haven't tried the chico juice. i like the fruit as it is, and i like it even more if it is ripe. i think we can be drunk/intoxicated when we eat too much of this fruit.
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@Icydoll (19397)
• India
18 Apr
@ridingbet I prefer fruit too :). Juice taste is bit different but not bad :)
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@AKRao24 (18021)
• India
15 Apr
Coincidentally I had the fresh fruits plucked from the tree from the garden and kept for ripening at my sisters place when I recently went to my home city to meet my friends ,as she knew that I like these fruits...they are known as 'Chikkoos' in Hindi and the properly ripened ones are very tasty and I can have them 5 to 6 of them without any problem at a time! Thanks a lot dear friend @Icydoll! Thanks!
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@Icydoll (19397)
• India
17 Apr
Yeah ripened ones are too sweet ones ..I like it so much..but 5 is enough..more than that we can't and it's not good enough to eat,as they produce heat.
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@AKRao24 (18021)
• India
17 Apr
@Icydoll , Yes you are correct! I agree with you! I normally skip my meals if I have some things like this in a crazy manner dear friend! Thanks!
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@Icydoll (19397)
• India
17 Apr
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@rakski (15910)
• Philippines
19 Apr
we call it here "Chico" Yes it is very sweet. But we do not usually put it in salad, we eat is as a fruit alone.
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@Icydoll (19397)
• India
19 Apr
Yeah it's Chico.. it's best to eat it as a fruit
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@rakski (15910)
• Philippines
19 Apr
@Icydoll yes I think so too eapecially when it is a bit cold
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