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Lúcuma is the fruit of the Pouteria lucuma tree native to the Andean valleys. It is mainly cultivated in Peru, where it is commonly used as a flavor in juice, milk shakes, and especially ice cream. Its unique flavor in such preparations has been described variously as being similar to sweet potato, maple syrup, or butterscotch.
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flagIndia
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29%
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