Working On Perfect Bp Smoothie, Help With Passion Fruit?
I've searched far and wide for a way to include passion fruit in my smoothie. I intend to use it in combination with loose leaf green tea and substitute it for the banana that I've using. Thing is: it's hard to find. Pure passion fruit is extremely expensive. 60$ for 6-8lbs, and that is still hard to find (a local market will order it for me if I want, and my boss is looking into ordering from his supplier for me). Since finding the raw fruit is so hard, I think I'm going with either an extract: http://www.amazon.com/Passion-Fruit-Extract-Natural-Flavor/dp/B006429JM8/ref=sr_1_16?s=grocery&ie=UTF8&qid=1362006722&sr=1-16 or the concentrate: http://www.amazon.com/Culinary-Traditions-Passion-Fruit-Concentrate/dp/B0001T2L5M/ref=sr_1_6?s=grocery&ie=UTF8&qid=1362006806&sr=1-6
Neither seem like they are completely BP. I'm leaning towards the concentrate. But from what I've heard the concentrate process can be bad. On the plus the concentrate contains no other added ingredients. The extract seems like it could work, but I can't find information on the ingredients. I'm going to contact them about that. It only contains the natural passion fruit flavors though, and doesn't seem like a pure extract. Does anybody have any thoughts on this or experience with passion fruit?