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The Mountain Soursop (Annona Montana) a native of Central and South America is similar to the guanabana (soursop) but with sour to bitter flavored flesh. Some varieties produce higher quality fruit. The fruit is nearly round, up to 6 inches diameter with dark green skin studed with short spikes and orange-yellow flesh. Mountain soursops are considered edible, but mediocre.
Photo by Chef James, taken at Fruit & Spice Park, Homestead, FL
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