Commodity: Tamarindo



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    tamarindo, tamarind


Commodity Overview

The brown, brittle shell of the tamarindo contains brown pulp studded with seeds. The sour-sweet pulp, when dried, turns sour tasting. It's most commonly used to make a paste that can be used in Asian cooking. Also called tamarind, this fruit is available year-round with peak season from early spring to late fall.

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