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Passion Fruit

Passion Fruit

The two types of Passion Fruit have greatly different exterior appearances. The bright yellow variety of Passion Fruit, which is also known as the Golden Passion fruit, can grow up to the size of a grapefruit, has a smooth, glossy, light and airy rind. The dark purple Passion Fruit is smaller than a lemon, with a dry, wrinkled rind at maturity.

Passion Fruit can be grown to eat or for its juice, which is often added to other fruit juices to enhance aroma. The unique flavor is appealing, musky, guava-like and sweet/tart to tart. The yellow form has generally larger fruit than the purple, but the pulp of the purple is less acid, richer in aroma and flavor, and has a higher proportion of juice.

Passion Fruit is rich in vitamin C and a good source of vitamin A, iron and potassium. If eaten with the seeds, it is an excellent source of dietary fibber. Passion Fruit has somniferous properties, when taken before going to bed help relax and sleep during the night. They have febrifugal and soporific properties.


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