Caribbean Fruits Depending on the island a fruit can have a different name, for example Mammy Apple St Vincent while other island s called it Mamisiporte which is a soft fruit the size of an avacado which has a faint smell and taste. Ackee Achee, Akee, Blighia Sapida A handful of islands grow ackee as an ornamental tree, but only Jamaica looks at it as a tree that bears edible fruit..
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Cat goes to a posh school and seems to have it all. As many people return to a more natural form of gardening, using fewer or no pesticides or making gardens with a wild look, they also think of attracting wildlife into the yard. In the Caribbean however, the fruits are brewed to make a tea and also used in salads, jellies, sauces, soups, jams, beverages, chutneys, pickles, tarts, puddings, syrups and wine. June plum juice is made by blending the flesh with ginger and sweetening with sugar. Cherry Crush.
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