Guava

Guava

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Encyclopedia of Food and Cookery

A tropical fruit with a thick rind and soft flesh, embedded with a mass of seeds. It is green when underripe, yellow or pink-flushed when ripe. There is also a red variety. The flavour is light, sweet and a little musky. Guavas can be eaten fresh with sugar and cream, stewed or made into jam or a jelly which is served in the same way as redcurrant jelly with meat or game. They are also made into one of the best of the fruit ‘cheeses’ (see Quince Cheese).

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