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The June plum differentiates itself from other plums not only because of its plant family and its growing region, but also its large, oval shape, thick skin and tropical bouquet of flavors and aromas it permeates when harvested. The June plum has a creamy colored semi-acidic firm flesh with flavors of pineapple, mango and apple. When mature it reveals aromas of sweet summer melons and its skin eventually ripens from lime green to hues of rose and orange.
June plums are available during the summer.
June plum, botanical name Spondias dulcis, is a member of the Anacardiaceae family, which is a family of flowering plants that bear drupe fruits, which includes mango, poison ivy and cashews. The June plum is also known as Golden Apple, Pommecythere, Yellow Egg and Jamaican June plum. The June plum differs completely to American, Japanese and European plums which are thin skinned stone fruits and members of the Prunus genus and Rosaceaa family. The single most common denominator between the June plums and true plums is that the fruits both bear a central pit.
June plums are commonly used to make jams, chutneys and juices. They are also a great pickling ingredient and a traditional accompaniment to ice cream and yogurt. June plums compliment grilled and roasted seafood, chiles, citrus, other tropical fruits such as papaya and mango, stewed meats such as lamb and pork, dried fruits such as raisins and figs, berries, ginger and anise.
June Plums are native to tropical and subtropical equatorial regions of Melanesia through Polynesia. They have been introduced to tropical areas throughout the world. They thrive in climates where winter time temperatures are cool but not cold and the summer season is long, warm and dry. Though June plums have been growing wild in the New World without record, its first documentation of cultivation is in Jamaica in 1782. June plums are mainly grown in South America and the Caribbean.
Recipes that include June Plums. One is easiest, three is harder.
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LF Market Oriental & Seafood
LF Market Oriental & SeafoodNear Glendale, Arizona, United States
5350 W Bell Road #115 Glendale AZ 85308
About 172 days ago, 1/20/20
Buford Highway Farmers Market
Buford HWY Farmers MarketNear Doraville, Georgia, United States
5600 Buford HWY NE Doraville GA 30340
About 322 days ago, 8/24/19
Sharer's comments : Fresh June plumes at the Buford Farmers Market
San Pablo International Supermarket
San Pablo SupermarketNear San Pablo, California, United States
2368 El Portal Drive San Pablo CA 94806
About 343 days ago, 8/02/19
Sharer's comments : Nice
Redland Market Square Farmers Market
Redland Market VillageNear Princeton, Florida, United States
24420 S Dixie Hwy, Homestead 33032
About 537 days ago, 1/20/19
Sharer's comments : June Plums spotted at Redland Market Square Farmers Market.
Vietnamese Fruit Gardens
Vietnamese Fruit GardensNear Homestead, Florida, United States
27750 SW 177th Ave, Homestead 33031
About 540 days ago, 1/18/19
Sharer's comments : June Plums spotted at Vietnamese Fruit Gardens. Tasty, eat green.