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Sunday, August 5, 2012

Abricot where can i find that fruit

Abriko? I see them a lot on West and South side of Haiti.  Makes delicious jam.
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3 comments:

  1. I think Haiti might be the only place to find them. I have been looking for them for a while and have only ever seen them in Haiti. they are my favorite fruit. They taste like zuco juice mix.

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    1. Haitian aprikot is indeed delicious! yum!

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    2. In English it is called mamey, or mammee apple. Often confused with the mamey sapote. Natives to the West Indies and Northern Mexico. One might find them in Mexican stores in Florida. We have them in our tree nursery in Verrettes, Haiti.

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