Soursop Punch

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Caribbean Vegan: Plant-Based, Egg-Free, Dairy-Free Authentic Island Cuisine for Every Occasion

By Taymer Mason

Published 2021

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Soursop, or guanábana, is a large tropical fruit, and also the name of a very popular drink in the West Indies. The fruit, which has a prickly skin, can be eaten as is, but most people tend to use it to make tarts, ice creams, and beverages. Because the juice from the soursop is very thick, it is suitable for making ice cream. My father helped me develop this recipe, and he suggests a vanilla-flavored nondairy milk. You can substitute store-bought guanábana nectar for the soursop juice in t