They look like something tropical. I was thinking *That doesn't look like something that would grow in Pennsylvania" then I realized where you are! :) There's nothing better than growing what you eat.

Yup, they are in the same family as the custard apple and cherimoya, but are native to north America

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Very informative- thanks for sharing.

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You're welcome @missaj, I'm glad you found value in it 😄

Nice harvest, you have any recipes for it or just eat it straight?

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Thank you @sketch.and.jam, I mostly just eat them fresh or freeze them and eat them cold. But you can replace them with bananas you would use in almost any recipe 😄

I think i have seen them here at the korean market, have to give them a try.

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