3 Ways to Eat Noni

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3 Ways to Eat Noni
3 Ways to Eat Noni

Noni is a small, sweet-smelling fruit native to Asia and Australia. Many people use it for its possible health benefits, including an improved immune system and cell restoration. Know that the sale of fruit is prohibited in Brazil. So if you're on vacation in Asia and want to take the opportunity to legally taste it, you can eat it straight or in juice form.


Method 1 of 3: Eating pure fruit

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Step 1. Wait for the noni to have a soft, translucent yellow skin before eating it

This is where she is fully mature. If it's hard and white or green, it hasn't ripened yet.

Do not try to eat it before it has matured as the rind will be too rough to chew and swallow

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Step 2. Place the ripe fruit on a plate or chopping board

It's easy to create a mess by cutting the noni, so it's best to use some support. So you can eat it right away or transfer it to a plate to serve.

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Step 3. Use a knife to cut the noni into thin slices crosswise

Cut the slices half an inch thick. If it's quite ripe, it might fall apart a little while you cut it because it's going to be soft. If a piece falls, just keep cutting the fruit.

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Step 4. Chew the seeds or spit them out

Noni contains many seeds inside that are edible. If you don't want to eat them, spit them out on a napkin or trash when eating the fruit slices.

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Step 5. Try eating it with salt and strong cheese if you don't like the taste

Sprinkle salt on the fruit slices. Then take a slice of cheese and form a sandwich between your fingers and the noni. Eat with one bite.

Method 2 of 3: Making Noni Juice

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Step 1. Wash ripe fruit with water

Wait until the noni is fully ripe before using it to make juice. When it is soft and translucent yellow, it is a sign that it has matured. If it is hard and has a green or white color, it is not yet ripe.

One noni fruit is enough to make juice for two people

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Step 2. Blend in a blender with a cup (240 ml) of ice water

Don't worry about cutting the fruit before putting it in the blender. Beat with water until well mixed and form a thick juice.

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Step 3. Put the juice in a strainer over a glass jar

You may need to use a funnel in the jug to get the juice right into it. Use a spoon or spatula to scrape the juice from the blender onto the sieve.

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Step 4. Push the juice through the sieve using a spatula

Pass the spatula over the surface of the sieve so that the thick juice passes through the small holes and falls into the jar. Keep doing this until all the juice, with the exception of the seeds, is sifted out. Then throw the seeds away.

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Step 5. Pour the juice from the jug into a glass and serve

You will be able to fill two glasses with the amount of juice you prepared. If you don't use everything, close the jar and put it in the fridge.

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Step 6. Add honey or fruit juice if you don't like the taste

Honey and fruit juice will sweeten the noni juice, making it less bitter. Just pour the juice into the glass and add the ingredients to taste.

Method 3 of 3: Storing the noni

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Step 1. Store at room temperature for three to four days

Leave the fruit on the kitchen table or in a basket without direct sunlight. After three to four days, it will start to spoil.

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Step 2. Leave the juice in the fridge for up to three weeks

After that time, the drink will start to ferment. Store the juice in a closed glass jar and write the date on the outside of the container to see how long it has been refrigerated.

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Step 3. Store in the freezer for six to eight months

Place the fruit in a ziploc-type plastic bag and remove excess air with your hands. Then write the date on the bag to find out how long it has been in the freezer.

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