Maracuja is a pulpy, fragrant and gelatinous fruit. Its pulp is mainly composed of water, and it also contains beta-carotene, fibers and mineral salts including potassium, magnesium and iron. The real maracuja, also known as yellow granadilla, is yellow to green in color and resembles a tennis ball in size. Its flesh is less luminous and tastes slightly more acidic.
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Benefits of the product:
Natural moisturizer for skin
Protects against sun damage
Has anti inflammatory properties
Promotes better sleep
Usage and ripening guide
Wrinkled skin with dimples signifies ripening of the fruit, it tastes sweeter once ripe, leave in room temperature if not riped.
Refrigerate once ripe.
Cut lengthwise or crosswise and scoop out the pulp with a spoon.