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Custard apples 1: Home-grown, hand-picked custard apples.

The pinkish tone of the pulp of the halved fruit is because the fruit is ripe, not because of oxydization.

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Home-grown, hand-picked custard apples. The pinkish tone of the pulp of the halved fruit is because the fruit is ripe, not because of oxydization.
Custard apples 1: Home-grown, hand-picked custard apples.

The pinkish tone of the pulp of the halved fruit is because the fruit is ripe, not because of oxydization.
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Published: September - 08 - 2012
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Custard apples 1: Home-grown, hand-picked custard apples.

The pinkish tone of the pulp of the halved fruit is because the fruit is ripe, not because of oxydization. Custard apples 1: Home-grown, hand-picked custard apples.

The pinkish tone of the pulp of the halved fruit is because the fruit is ripe, not because of oxydization. Custard apples 1: Home-grown, hand-picked custard apples.

The pinkish tone of the pulp of the halved fruit is because the fruit is ripe, not because of oxydization. Custard apples 1: Home-grown, hand-picked custard apples. The pinkish tone of the pulp of the halved fruit is because the fruit is ripe, not because of oxydization. 300px //b.rgbimg.com/users/c/cy/cyanocorax/600/nIpfWnG.jpg 600px //b.rgbimg.com/users/c/cy/cyanocorax/600/nIpfWnG.jpg 100px