APART OF LOOKING AT THE FLAME LILLY AND DIAMONDS, LETS TAKE THE TEST OF ZIMBABWE A MILE UP.... THIS PRODUCT IS VERY EXPENSIVE.. KUDYA NAMAMBO.. IF GREECE MANGED TO PROPEL OLIVES THEN WHY NOT MY INDIGENOUS FRUIT... MAZHANJE..PLEASE TAKE THE VISION AND START.ALUTA. DA WILLIAM
The fruits are amongst the most popular in Zimbabwe -they are harvesting in large baskets and sold in urban markets, this is striking as the trees primarily grow wild. The fruits are collected ripe in the morning or raw, when raw they are prepared into dark warm enclosures, but are inspected daily and turned when necessary, until they are ready to be eaten.
The pulp is honey sweet with a slight flavour of oranges. It is eaten fresh with the tough skin and seed being discarded. A fried or baked cake is sometimes made from the pulp, with fine mazie meal and an egg added. The ripe fruit pulp, broken up and stood in water, is sometimes left to ferment, making a sweet wine.
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