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The shape of the Sharon fruit can be compared to that of an ordinary tomato, but slightly square.
The fruit can be firm or hard. The orange skin can be eaten. The inside has no seed, the flesh is sweet and crunchy. The fruit can be eaten completely.
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Sharon fruit have low tannin levels and can therefore be eaten both ripe and unripe. When the fruit is unripe it has a crunchy bite; when it is ripe, it is deliciously soft. This sweet fruit is often eaten on the go as a snack, but as it can be eaten hard or soft it is a popular and tasty choice for smoothies, ice cream, couscous dishes, cakes and salads. The list goes on!
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Sharon fruit tips

How to cut Sharon fruit?

Rinse the fruit before eating.Sharon fruit can be cut in cubes, slices or wedges and can be added to dishes.

Preparation Tips

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How to store?

Best kept out of the fridge.

  • Ideal as a fast snack.
  • Delicious in a couscous recipe.
  • Great as a sorbet or smoothie.

Nutritional values per 100 g

77 Kcal
18,6 g Sugar
0 g Fats
0,5 g Fibers

Origin EAT ME Sharon fruit

Sharon fruit - BrazilBrazil Sharon fruit - IsraelIsrael Sharon fruit - South AfricaSouth Africa Sharon fruit - SpainSpain

Did you know...

  • sharon fruit owes its name to the Sharon valley in Israel.

  • sharon fruit is sometimes mistaken for the Kaki fruit, however this fruit has a more oval shape and looks more like a plum tomato.

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