Other names: Spanish: Caimo, French: Canistel, Spanish: Caimo
(Pouteria caimito) A tropical fruit with caramel flavored flesh. The fruit is typically eaten fresh and slightly chilled. Eat only the soft "jelly like" fruit and don't scrape too close to the skin which exudes an unpleasant milk substance. The fruit can also be scooped out and tossed lightly with lemon juice to retard browning then used in a fresh fruit salad.