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Guadeloupe
noun
A round fruit about the size of a tennis ball. It has a glossy leathery skin that is either green, purple, or some combination of the two colours. Inside is a purple and white milky flesh that exhibits a distinct star pattern. The fruit is sweet and eaten raw
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Trinidad & Tobago
Trinidad & Tobago
Lucina Prime
9 years ago

We call it caimite in Trinidad.

St. Lucia
St. Lucia
9 years ago

We call the above photo Caimite in St. Lucia. What you call pomme surrette we call dungs/dunks, Chinese jujube and coco coolie.

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Ketjah
9 days ago

This is not pomme surette in Guadeloupe. We call this one caïmite and pomme surette is dunks.