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RECIPE TO MAKE SOUR SOP

SOUR SOP IS A BIG FRUIT WHICH HAS A GREEN SKIN WITH SHORT
POINTED PROJECTIONS. AFTER THE SKIN IS TAKEN OFF YOU MAY EAT IT
LIKE IT IS OR WHEN IT IS MIXED.
TO PREPARE SOUR SOP YOU MUST FOLLOW THE STEPS BELOW:
(1) PEEL THE FRUIT
(2) SEPARATE THE PIECES OF FLESHY SEGMENTS
(3) ADD "SWEET MILK" OR CONDENSED MILK AND A LITTLE CREAM TO THE
FRUIT AND MIX TOGETHER FOR A FEW MINUTES. IT IS THEN READY TO
SERVE OR YOU MAY CHILL IT FOR A FEW MINUTES BEFORE SERVING.

Submitter comment: THE CORE OF THE SOUR SOP IS SAID OR BELIEVED TO AID IN PREVENTING
A CHILD FROM WETTING THEIR BED.

Where learned: BAHAMAS ; NASSAU

Subject headings: Food Drink -- Plant food Fruit
BELIEF -- Means of Causing or Avoiding Illness

Date learned: 00001970S

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