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How do you store passion fruit?

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In cool months, you can keep passion fruit at room temperature. When it's hot outside, put them in the fridge. They'll last 2 to 3 weeks there. You can also freeze the pulp.

SOURCES:

Purdue University: "Passionfruit."

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension: "Religious Meaning of the Passion Flower."

Defeat Diabetes Foundation: "Passion Fruit."

Victoria, Australia, Department of Health & Human Services: "Passionfruit."

Passionfruit Australia Inc.: "Passionfruit facts."

Beaumont Health: "Food of the Month: Passion Fruit."

California Rare Fruit Growers Inc.: "Passion fruit."

Half Your Plate: "Passion fruit."

United States Department of Agriculture, National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference Legacy: "Passion-fruit, purple, raw."

Mayo Clinic: "Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Dietary fiber: Essential for a healthy diet."

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health: "Vitamin A."

National Institutes of Health: "Potassium, Magnesium."

American Indian Health and Diet Project: "Passion Fruit."

Reviewed by Christine Mikstas on July 18, 2019

SOURCES:

Purdue University: "Passionfruit."

Texas A&M AgriLife Extension: "Religious Meaning of the Passion Flower."

Defeat Diabetes Foundation: "Passion Fruit."

Victoria, Australia, Department of Health & Human Services: "Passionfruit."

Passionfruit Australia Inc.: "Passionfruit facts."

Beaumont Health: "Food of the Month: Passion Fruit."

California Rare Fruit Growers Inc.: "Passion fruit."

Half Your Plate: "Passion fruit."

United States Department of Agriculture, National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference Legacy: "Passion-fruit, purple, raw."

Mayo Clinic: "Vitamin C, Vitamin A, Dietary fiber: Essential for a healthy diet."

Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health: "Vitamin A."

National Institutes of Health: "Potassium, Magnesium."

American Indian Health and Diet Project: "Passion Fruit."

Reviewed by Christine Mikstas on July 18, 2019

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