|Also known as Guanabana or Graviola, this is an
exotic fruit cultivated in parts of Latin America, the Caribbean,
Africa, Southeast Asia and the Pacific.
The flesh of this fruit consists of an edible, white pulp, some fiber,
and a core of indigestible, black seeds.
The pulp is used to make fruit nectar, smoothies, fruit juice drinks,
as well as candies, sorbets, and ice cream flavorings.
Colombia, Venezuela, and Harar (Ethiopia), soursop is often eaten fresh
as a dessert, or
as an agua fresca beverage; in Colombia and Venezuela, the fruit
is pressed for juice and sometimes mixed with milk.