Fresh baobab fruit is usually only available in the countries where it grows. In these areas, it is a staple of the local diet; people blend the fruit pulp with water or milk to make a nutritious drink, or add it to sauces or baking. Baobab pulp also serves as an agent for brewing alcoholic beverages.
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