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Description: The soursop is a type of custard apple, about 20 cm (8 inches) long, heart-shaped with a green spiny skin. Their flavour is sharper than many custard apples and the texture is not as good so it is used for drinks and desserts.
Latin: Anona muricata
Also known as: prickly custard apple, guanabana, guanbano
See foods and dishes: atemoya, cherimoya, chirimoya, corossol, custard apple, guanabana, guanbano, prickly custard apple