Recipe Directions

Pop it in the blender and enjoy! If you can get your hands on these berries, they are simple yummy, pop them in your mouth and enjoy!

I´m so lucky to have a Acerola tree in my backwyrd, my kids eat them everyday and I don´t have to worry about them getting sick.

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By AleBrazil

Acerola (Malpighia glabra) also known as Barbados cherry or wild crapemyrtle is a small, red, somewhat sour-tasting fruit that is supercharged with Vitamin C (from 1000 to 2000 mg per 100 gm in the edible portion of fully ripe fruit). That means a single fruit could supply the daily adult requirement of vitamin C!

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Where would I find this delicious-sounding fruit?

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In South America?

I am in Brazil, so you can come visit me any time because I have a tree in my backward ;) I am not sure where to buy it abroad but probably a place that sells tropical fruits like Açai, which is another power fruit.

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Ale

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Oi Ale,tudo bom? A minha mae tem um pe de acerola na casa dela tambem e quando eu vou ao Brasil ela sempre me faz suco de acerola.Eu vou mandar essa receita pra ela.Um abraco e obrigada.Posso te mandar um e-mail pra conversar sobre comida crua no Brasil?

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Sure!

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Oi Ale,tudo bom? A minha mae tem um pe de acerola na casa dela tambem e quando eu vou ao Brasil ela sempre me faz suco de acerola.Eu vou mandar essa receita pra ela.Um abraco e obrigada.Posso te mandar um e-mail pra conversar sobre comida crua no Brasil?

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In South America?

I am in Brazil, so you can come visit me any time because I have a tree in my backward ;) I am not sure where to buy it abroad but probably a place that sells tropical fruits like Açai, which is another power fruit.

Hugs,

Ale

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Where would I find this delicious-sounding fruit?

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