The fruit of the biriba plant has a flavor that is reminiscent of sugary sweet custard.
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This delicious fruit is best eaten when fully ripen and soft to the touch. The biriba tree grows to 13.7 metres high and loves sunlight. It starts to bear fruits in 2-3 years after planting. They have thick, woody stems that are extensions of the fruit’s core. The skin is covered with fleshy spines. The fruits mature from green to yellow, though they are often harvested when still green and will mature off the tree. The aromatic flesh is bright white or translucent with a gelatinous texture. It is fiber-less with a smooth, almost creamy, consistency and contains small, inedible, dark brown, elliptical seeds. The biriba fruit has a sweet-tart flavor with nuances of pineapple, banana, coconut, and other tropical flavors. It can be eaten raw or cooked in desserts.

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Rollinia deliciosa

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