Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Guyabano Time

After the torrential rains, we started getting guyabano that tasted like absolutely nothing. Juicy, like cotton soaked in water.

Now, we are starting to get pretty ideal-tasting ones. I climbed a ladder yesterday morning to examine the tree by our side door, which must have at least 10 growing babies at the moment-- the most so far! We got two, about the size of infants' heads.

Recently the news has been abuzz about the health properties of the fruit. Here's an article from a regional newspaper.

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