We saw previously some species of the passion fruit - check it out on here. However, today we are going to address the differences of two species in particular, the sweet passion fruit and wild passion fruit.
So, follow the details of these wonders below.
Sweet passion fruit and wild passion fruit
First, passion fruit contains many benefits because of the vitamins and other properties present in the fruit. These benefits stand out even more in your In Natura consumption – see more about In Natura foods on here.
Now, let's start by talking about information about wild passion fruit, a species of passion fruit that is also little known among people.
wild passion fruit
The species of this passion fruit, also known as Caatinga passion fruit or wild passion fruit, belongs to the botanical family. Passiflora cincinnata Mast., is exclusive to the Caatinga and Cerrado biomes.
When talking about its characteristics of this fruit, we can notice some differences with the sweet passion fruit, starting with its weight that can vary from 109 to 212 grams.
In addition, its color is light green when ripe, and its pulp is acidic with a whitish or light yellow color.
The sweet passion fruit, in turn, is a fruit of the botanical family Alata passionflower, common in tropical and subtropical regions and also little known among people.
The weight of this fruit can vary from 90 to 300 grams and its oval shape has a color ranging from yellow to bright orange.
The pulp of this species is sweet and juicy, great for preparing different recipes.
In both fruits, benefits are found, in the wild passion fruit species, analgesic, sedative and anti-spasmodic properties are found.
The sweet passion fruit stands out for its calming properties and is great for immunological and blood issues.
Now that we've covered each fruit better, don't forget to savor them, especially the sweet passion fruit, great for preparing many delicious recipes.
Finally, follow our blog for more information and tips on recipes with passion fruit.