The name sounds like some sort of dinosaur, but in actuality it’s just a tasty fruit.  They’re very sweet with a pear-like, but soft texture.  Sapodillas are really natives of Mexico, but they have grown in popularity in Asia to the point of being a cheap, common find when they’re in season.


A bag full of sapodillas


The interior of a sapodilla

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