IN­GRE­DI­ENT 101: Black Sapote

Beauty Cosmedica Singapore - - Cosmedic Eye Opener -

Orig­i­nat­ing in South Amer­ica, black sapotes are usu­ally har­vested in Florida and Hawaii. Known as the “choco­late pud­ding fruit,” black sapote tastes ex­actly like choco­late pud­ding. De­cep­tively rich and creamy, a 100-gram serv­ing has only 130 calo­ries and 191 mg of vi­ta­min C, or twice that of an or­ange. Choco­late lovers re­joice!

Black sapote's flesh is rich and cus­tard-like, with a sweet, nut-like mild fla­vor and when blended with milk, cream or ice cream, it tastes like mild choco­late - but with­out the caf­feine or calo­ries!

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