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    Annona squamosa Descrição : Da família das Annonaceae, também conhecida como anona, araticum, ata, cabeça-de-nego, condessa, coração-de-boi, pinha; sugar apple, custard apple e sweetsop ; pommeRead more
  2. photo <b>Apple</b> Cake Recipe with Nutmeg and CinnamonApple Cake Recipe with Nutmeg and CinnamonRecipe
    a clever and delicious way to get your healthy apple a day! Ingredients 2 apples (baking apples or slightly acidic apples) 1/2 cup vegetable oil 1 cup sugar + 2 tbsp. raw sugar 2 eggs 1 tsp. vanilla 1 1Read more
  3. photo USDA Approves the First Non-Browning Genetically Modified <b>Apple</b>USDA Approves the First Non-Browning Genetically Modified AppleArticle
    buying organic apples also ensures they won’t be GMO.) But these apples may further upset consumers that are increasingly critical of GMO foods – even though the majority of corn, soy, and sugar beetsRead more
  4. photo The Amazing Health Benefits of Eating <b>Sugar</b> <b>Apples</b>The Amazing Health Benefits of Eating Sugar ApplesTreatment
    Sugar apples are related to the fruit soursop, also called graviola. People describe their sweet, creamy and delicious taste as a cross between a coconut and a pear. Sugar apples are also knownRead more
  5. photo Superfood: The Many Health Benefits of <b>Apples</b> (Plus <b>Apple</b> Trivia and Recipes!)Superfood: The Many Health Benefits of Apples (Plus Apple Trivia and Recipes!)Treatment
    approved. The sugar of a sweet apple, like most fruit sugars, is practically a predigested food, and is soon ready to pass into the blood to provide energy and warmth for the body. A ripe raw apple is oneRead more
  6. photo Fall Caramelized <b>Apple</b> Quick Bread Recipe with Walnuts and Flax SeedsFall Caramelized Apple Quick Bread Recipe with Walnuts and Flax SeedsRecipe
    Smith apples 2 Tbsp butter 2 Tbsp sugar 1 scant cup all-purpose flour 1/2 cup sugar, packed 1 Tbsp. molasses 1 teaspoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon pumpkinRead more
  7. photo 3 Extraordinary Ways to Use <b>Apple</b> Peels3 Extraordinary Ways to Use Apple PeelsTreatment
    Apples are the most favorite autumn products and you can do different recipes with them. But instead of throwing away their peel, it can be used in a different ways. Apple peel containsRead more
  8. photo This Is How To Make Your Own Organic <b>Apple</b> Cider Vinegar At Home!This Is How To Make Your Own Organic Apple Cider Vinegar At Home!Treatment
    . – Water. – A little sugar, or you do not need sugar if you add a little sweet apples. We used wild sour apple and 1% sugar of the amount of apples. Sugar is necessary to start the fermentationRead more
  9. photo <b>Apple</b> Chutney with Indian SpicesApple Chutney with Indian SpicesRecipe
    Nutmeg 1/4 c Raw Sugar 1/2 tsp Turmeric preparationSkin and core apples. Cut into thin slices. Mix the ground spices with a teaspoon of waterRead more
  10. photo Homemade <b>Sugar</b>-Free Hot <b>Apple</b> Cider RecipeHomemade Sugar-Free Hot Apple Cider RecipeRecipe
    on hot apple cider. The following homemade hot apple cider recipe will make you feel like a forager, and for that, ever sip will taste that much better. Enjoy! Not only is this hot apple cider recipe sugarRead more

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Sugar-apple is the fruit of Annona squamosa, the most widely grown species of Annona and a native of the tropical Americas and West Indies, and is called the Custard Apple (mainly Annona reticulata) in the Philippines. The fruit is round to conical, 5–10 cm (2.0–3.9 in) in diameter and 6–10 cm (2.4–3.9 in) long, and weighing 100–240 g (3.5–8.5 oz), with a thick rind composed of knobby segments....More