Ovoid green fruit that grows in bunches on trees up to 30m high. The fruit typically ripen during the summer. The fruit is related to the lychee
and have tight, thin but rigid skins. Inside the skin is the tart, tangy, or sweet pulp of the fruit covering a large seed. The pulp is usually cream or orange coloured.
i want a kenep/chenet/guinep/skinip/ :P
It is actually spelled guinep and it is delicious!
It's "actually" spelled kenep in many places.
Robertha, if you read down some more you'll see a list of synonyms: different names for the same thing in different parts of the Caribbean.
great with rum, let cure first for a week. enjoy
its also called Spanish lime in Miami,Florida (kind of rear to find in MIA) ,but we all know the proper name for this fruit is Guinep, Genipe, and much more ,but I rather kenep :) ;)
This site is great ! Chenet as it is called in Trinidad :) Yum
We locally call it skin up.........and man does it sell here! Lol
Kenep in Haiti, my great aunt had the biggest tree like it covered most of her property and I would get sick every summer eating this thing.
we call it chenette/chenet!
We also refer to this as Ginip also. Children usually ask "yuh wan ginip" and when you reply yes, they say "skin yuh lip'
In Surinam it is called kanepa
Love Ginip! This is definitely a great treat.
Kenep is one of the best fruit in the summer. I love it.
I love these they're so good
Reminds me of my childhood. Kenep is so good!
we call it ackee in St. Vincent
Better than all the fruit that America has to offer
Have not had any in over twenty years. Keneps are still delicious.
Quenepa and ice cream yum so good
Can't wait to go back to Haiti and eat these again, the ones they sell in America are unripe and sour💀💍😭💖