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unknown chocolate fruit

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heathers plants starts with ...
A friend gave me these saying they are black sapote, which i know they arent. The seeds are like a guava but it has no real sweetness or flavour like the choc pudding plant.
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brassall
31st July 2018 10:33am
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Pademelon1 says...
They are Atractocarpus fitzalanii, an edible native. (Those fruit are probably a tad overripe)
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1st August 2018 9:06am
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Original Post was last edited: 2nd August 2018 10:02am
denise1 says...
I have picked these green and they ripened in about a week.
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Mike Tr says...
They are a common wild plant in my area and a street tree as well.Calling then edible is a stretch and mentioning chocolate is a bridge too far.
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