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Sunday, January 12, 2014


How much do you know about of the chocho plant

Chocho mixed fruits, cherries, wines, pickles etc.
Chocho the wonder fruit

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One of the most amazing thing about this fruit is the high quality white wine that it makes.You can also alter the flavour by adding to it flavours of your choice during the wine making process.This is one of the most versatile fruit ever created.
The fruits and roots are all edible and can be used raw or cooked in salads . The leaves and fruit have diuretic cardiovascular and anti-inflammatory properties, and a tea made from the leaves has been used in the treatment of arteriosclerosis and hypertension, and to dissolve kidney stones.

It goes by different names it is also called chyote, christophine, chuchu, mango squash and vegetable pear, This vegetable is classified as a squash which is shaped as a shriveled pair with corrugated slightly prickly skin.

Grown on a vine it comes in white and green In the most common variety, the fruit is roughly pear shaped, somewhat flattened and with coarse wrinkles, ranging from 10 to 20 cm in length. It has a thin green or white skin fused with the white, or lime green flesh, and a single large flattened pip.

The flesh has a fairly bland taste, and a texture described as a cross between a potato and a cucumber. Although generally discarded, the seed has a nutty flavour It is a fruit but for culinary purposes it is classified as a vegetable

To use the vegetable many believe it has to be cooked. Some individuals believe that it must be peeled to be eaten. This is not completely correct. The skin of the less matured chocho is a good way of getting fiber into the diet.

Get this secret recipe for making chocho white wine

The fruit is bland and can be prepared to take on the flavour and colour of other fruits and vegetable that makes it very versatile It is found to have very little food value. It has in a small amount of vitamin C amino acids, carbohydrates and contains no fat.

This is a food good for making up bulk. A good way of getting water and fibre into the diet,a dieters best friend, eat all you can and never get fat.

As said chocho has a bland taste and accepts the flavour of other fruits easily. It also absorbs colour easily also It absorbs salt and sugar readily too and can withstand long cooking at high temperature with out breaking. For this reason the chocho is very good to make preserves.
It has its highest value in prickles jams , jellies and dried fruits. It forms a good base for fish and meat sauces. It may be flavoured and canned and used in dishes where canned pears are needed. It also makes a good white wine

As a dessert it is good to make pies and tart and makes a wonderful apple pie. A cooling summer drinking may be made from the raw fruit There are many savory dishes that can be made from the chocho which includes a number of raw green salads and cooked salads.

It is a good food to develop commercial products. It is fairly cheap to produce and is grown in many countries.

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Here are three special and unique tried and proven recipes made from Chocho
1. Sparkling White Wine Recipe
2. Mixed Fruits-Recipe ideal for cakes, puddings and pies and buns.

3. Mock Cherries-Recipe A great cheap idea for decorating baked products that require cherries.