PRE-ORDER White Sapote
PRE-ORDER White Sapote
PRE-ORDER White Sapote

PRE-ORDER White Sapote

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White Sapote scientifically known as Casimiroa edulis is an evergreen tropical fruit tree native to South America. The fruit is on average the size of a baseball. The skin goes from dark green to a lime yellow when ripe. The flesh is soft and creamy with 1-5 medium sized seeds. Its pulp can be very sweet with vanilla custard notes. The skin can be bitter however is edible. 

ORDERS ARE SHIPPED  MONDAY-FRIDAY ON A BI-WEEKLY BASIS. WE MAKE EVERY EFFORT TO SHIP ALL ORDERS AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE TYPICALLY BETWEEN 2-14 BUSINESS DAYS. PLEASE NOTE: SHIPPING TIME AND COST PERTAINS TO THE TIME THE PACKAGE IS IN TRANSIT, NOT THE TIME IT TAKES FOR THE ORDER TO BE DELIVERED UPON PLACING THE ORDER.

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-*PRE ORDER* = FRUIT IS NOT IN SEASON. IF YOU PLACE AN ORDER FOR AN ITEM LISTED AS *PRE ORDER* YOU ARE SECURING YOUR BOX TO BE SHIPPED ONCE THE FRUIT IS BACK IN SEASON OR AVAILABLE.

*WHITE SAPOTE CAN NOT SHIP TO CALIFORNIA*

Ripening Guide:

White Sapote is shipped unripe, however may arrive ripe upon delivery. Once ripe, the fruit is soft to the touch. To consume, slice the fruit in half and scoop out the creamy flesh. Alternatively it can be eaten out of hand like an apple.  

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Matt S.
Incredible fruit

I was eager to get some white Sapote after trying some in Hawaii and this order exceeded my expectations. The fruits were huge! And packed very safely. Within a week or so a few were ripe enough to open. They taste like vanilla custard with a bit of melon and banana. The texture is really something else. Super creamy, sweet, almost melts in your mouth. I usually peeled the skin off because it can be bitter but sometimes I just ate it because the fruit is so good. The seeds are easy not too big so you get a lot of fruit out of these. I froze a few and they make a delicious sorbet.