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As I was wandering around one of the local whole sale club stores the other day, I noticed that they had packages of frozen guanabana pulp (also mango pulp) for making smoothies. Might have to go back and pick up a package to give this a try. DM
I've only eaten soursop fresh. Yesterday my niece told me she's only drank the juice in Indonesia, but never the fresh fruit. I looked up how to juice soursop and make a tasty drink. This is what learned:Recipe2 cups blended soursop pulp (seedless)5 (3+2) cups water1 can condensed milk (can replace with some sugar, but, tsk, tsk)2 Tbs lime juice1 tsp grated nutmeg1 Tbp vanilla extractsugar (optional)Serve over ice http://youtu.be/IRCFZoRTMx8http://cooklikeajamaican.com/new-recipe-soursop-juice/
After I open a ripe soursop I grab each aril between the thumb and then push the seed between index -middle finger . Quite a laborious process.