Wood Apple Premium Indian 1 Pc (Approx 300 g - 450 g)
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Wood apple offers a unique sweet flavour, somewhat pungent, lemony and acidic with a robust aroma. It has an enjoyable fermented aftertaste. The fruit has a yellowish woody thick and tough shell. It encloses soft and fibrous orange-brown to brownish pulp with edible white hard seeds. The texture and taste are reminiscent of tamarind, raisins and sharp cheese. Wood apple is a unique tasting and smelling fruit native to India. It offers several nutrients and is a rich source of Vitamin C and Vitamin D.
- Rich Source of Vitamin C
- Rich Source of Vitamin D
- Source of Dietary Fibre
- Low in Fat
- Naturally free from Sodium (Source - NIN)
- Wood Apple is a source of Dietary Fiber - Soluble Dietary Fibre taken as part of a diet may help in the maintenance of normal lipid profile.
- Wood Apple is low in Fat - Diets low in saturated fat contribute to the maintenance of normal blood cholesterol levels.
- It is naturally free from Sodium - Diets low in sodium may help in reducing the risk of high blood pressure.
Shelf Life & Storage
- Store fruits at room temperature away from direct sunlight
- Shelf life - 12-15 days from delivery when stored under prescribed conditions
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|Country of Origin||India|
|How To Use||Crack open the hard shell of the Wood Apple by the back of a knife or hammer. The pulp can be consumed fresh out of hand by simply scooping out by a spoon. You may sprinkle some sugar powder to balance the pungent flavour. The pulp can be added as a flavour to ice-creams and cold beverages. It can be used to make sauces and jams. It can be ground together with some jaggery and spices to make a delicious chatni.|
|Interesting Facts||Wood Apple is native to India and has been cultivated for more than 4000 years. In India, Wood Apples are considered holy by the Hindu Community.|
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