The Chocolate Pudding Fruit

@Corbin5 (116530)
United States
August 9, 2018 11:49am CST
I do like most fruits, but I do believe the chocolate pudding fruit would become a big favorite of mine. Even though the Black Sapote fruit is related to persimmons, it sure does taste a lot better than a persimmon. Black Sapote tastes like chocolate, and it is also is a superfruit due to it being loaded with Vitamin C. Black Sapote is also low in fat, and contains enough calcium and phosphorus to do a body good. Eating this tastes-like-chocolate-pudding fruit will also up your immunity. You will be energized after eating Black Sapote. If you are in need of iron, then Black Sapote is for you. Colombia, Mexico, and the Caribbean are home to this tropical fruit. Those living in rather tropical climates may have success growing their very own Black Sapote tree.
How to open and eat Black Sapote, Chocolate Pudding Fruit! MT World have the excitement to try a very special fruit. It is Called Black Sapote or Chocolate P...
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38 responses
• United States
9 Aug
I never heard of Black Sapote but I'm willing to try anything that tastes like chocolate and gives me health benefits too
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@Corbin5 (116530)
• United States
9 Aug
I saw that Whole Foods Market sells them. I may try one.
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@Courtlynn (55260)
• United States
9 Aug
I'm with Alfredo. doesn't look appealing to me.
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@Corbin5 (116530)
• United States
9 Aug
Not that appetizing, for sure.
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@amadeo (73525)
• United States
9 Aug
sorry Deb does not look to appealing to me.
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@Corbin5 (116530)
• United States
9 Aug
It is not a very attractive fruit, for sure.
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@amadeo (73525)
• United States
9 Aug
@Corbin5 you got that right.Have a good evening
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@Corbin5 (116530)
• United States
9 Aug
@amadeo Wishing you a good evening too.
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@Courage7 (16632)
• United States
9 Aug
I had never heard of this sumptuous fruit you told us about Deborah. It would be nice with bananas.
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@Corbin5 (116530)
• United States
9 Aug
Oh yes, it would be good with bananas!
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@Courage7 (16632)
• United States
9 Aug
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@hostessman (10002)
• Tucson, Arizona
9 Aug
i have never tried it but i would if i could
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@Corbin5 (116530)
• United States
9 Aug
Whole Foods Market sells them here, so I may give one a try.
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@andriaperry (59003)
• Anniston, Alabama
9 Aug
Bring it on! I will give it a try. Persimmons are not bad when they are ripe.
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@Corbin5 (116530)
• United States
9 Aug
Whole Foods Market sells them here, so I may give one a try.
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@alberello75 (18699)
• Genova, Italy
9 Aug
Do you like to taste that? I have no ground. I live in a building. I could never plant a tree unfortunately. I'm sorry I do not do it. I love trees. And you?
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@Corbin5 (116530)
• United States
9 Aug
I would give it a try. I found a market near my home that sells them.
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@alberello75 (18699)
• Genova, Italy
9 Aug
@Corbin5 I thought you had already tasted them.
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@Corbin5 (116530)
• United States
10 Aug
@alberello75 No, not yet, but I will.
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@Hannihar (42322)
10 Aug
@Corbin5 This is very interesting. I have never tried it so cannot say whether I like it or not.
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@Corbin5 (116530)
• United States
10 Aug
A found a store here sells them, so I might give one a try.
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@Hannihar (42322)
12 Aug
@Corbin5 Tell us what you think of it?
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@Corbin5 (116530)
• United States
12 Aug
@Hannihar Will do!!
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@Lizzyib (758)
• Canada
9 Aug
Darn! Too bad I live in a frozen tundra half the year or I would seriously try growing that!
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• Dallas, Texas
10 Aug
How is the weather in Canada lately? I hope it is normal for you. Since I am living in a Subtropic area, I think I can get one of these fruits started when I find one nearby. Enjoy your day.
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@Lizzyib (758)
• Canada
10 Aug
@lookatdesktop it is summer here now.
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@Corbin5 (116530)
• United States
10 Aug
Same here. Chicago area winters would keep me from growing that kind of fruit too.
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@jstory07 (70096)
• Roseburg, Oregon
9 Aug
Never ate the chocolate pudding fruit before but it sounds so good.
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@Corbin5 (116530)
• United States
9 Aug
I would give it a try.
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@jstory07 (70096)
• Roseburg, Oregon
9 Aug
@Corbin5 I would try it to. Never seen it any where.
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@Corbin5 (116530)
• United States
9 Aug
@jstory07 I searched and apparently Whole Foods Market sells them. We have one nearby so I might try one.
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@LadyDuck (177271)
• Switzerland
10 Aug
I like persimmons, I have tried black sapote in the Caribbean and I did not like it at all. In my opinion it does not taste at all like chocolate pudding. It reminds a bit the taste of chocolate, but not enough to be a substitute.
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@LadyDuck (177271)
• Switzerland
10 Aug
@Corbin5 Yes the persimmons and kaki the older the sweeter. I only had this chocolate pudding fruit once in the Caribbean, I have never seen them here.
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@JudyEv (134903)
• Bunbury, Australia
10 Aug
I've never heard of this and never seen it in our shops. Sounds like my kind of fruit.
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@Corbin5 (116530)
• United States
10 Aug
It does sound good. We have Whole Foods Market here that sells Black Sapote, however, Whole Foods Market is quite expensive.
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@JudyEv (134903)
• Bunbury, Australia
11 Aug
@Corbin5 Anything here that sounds like it might be healthy is more expensive.
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@moichan (688)
• Philippines
10 Aug
I'll definitely try that if given a chance. I've never seen one in the local grocery here in the Philippines. It might cost like gold if they'll import it from Amazon. I'm drooooooling.
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@Corbin5 (116530)
• United States
10 Aug
I found a store near here that sells them, Whole Foods Market. A high-priced market, but I would buy one to try.
@moichan (688)
• Philippines
10 Aug
I'll definitely try that if given a chance. I've never seen one in the local grocery here in the Philippines. It might cost like gold if they'll import it from Amazon. I'm drooooooling.
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@Corbin5 (116530)
• United States
10 Aug
I did find a store here that sells them. I will buy one and give it a try.
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@redtesha (2041)
• Indonesia
10 Aug
Wow .. I never see this menu before. I think I gonna love this food if I can find one in my country hahah
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@Corbin5 (116530)
• United States
10 Aug
I found a store that sells them here so I will give one a try.
@youless (93738)
• Guangzhou, China
10 Aug
This is something new for me. I think this fruit must taste great.
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@Corbin5 (116530)
• United States
10 Aug
I would like to give it a try.
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@Rashnag (4052)
• Thane, India
10 Aug
Very informative. Thanks for sharing dear
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@Corbin5 (116530)
• United States
10 Aug
You are welcome.
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@TRBRocks420 (82983)
• Banks, Oregon
10 Aug
Hmm very interesting and, thanks for sharing.
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@Corbin5 (116530)
• United States
10 Aug
I would like to give just one a try.
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@Freelanzer (9498)
• Canada
10 Aug
Interesting but not for me. I like chocolate and I like all fruits but think I would be grossed out by a fruit that tastes like chocolate.
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@Corbin5 (116530)
• United States
10 Aug
It is a very unattractive fruit, I must say.
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@SIMPLYD (83290)
• Philippines
10 Aug
This is the first time i have know of the black sapote. Though, I am not much into chocolate, knowing its helath benefits, I would surely want to eat it always. Is it expensive there in the US since it's most indigenous in Colombia and Mexico?
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@Corbin5 (116530)
• United States
10 Aug
Whole Foods Market sells them here, but the store will not give an online price. Whole Foods Market is very expensive, and I do believe the price for this fruit would be high.
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