Mame (Mame-sapote, Mamey, Mamey-sapote, Marmalade fruit, Puryria, Pouteria sapota). A native of southern Mexico, it is also grown in the tropical belt of the Americas and Southeast Asia.
The fruits can be spherical or oblong, often very large (up to 20 cm in length and weighing up to 3 kg.), Covered with a thick reddish-brown peel. The color of the pulp can be pink, reddish, orange or gray, in its consistency it is similar to marmalade (which is reflected in the name), and the taste reminds caramel to someone, someone finds creamy shades. As a rule, there is one large seed in the fruit.
The fruits of the marmalade fruit are rich in vitamins A, C, carbohydrates, vegetable proteins, as well as iron, calcium and potassium.
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