Persimmon is a fruit that can be eaten raw,  tossed in salads or served alongside meat, chicken and fish dishes. They are a good source of vitamin C and contain dietary fibre. They also contain Vitamin A and minerals.

The RPAH Allergy Unit classifies persimmons as a moderate chemical food.  They contain low- moderate levels of salicylates, but are low amine and glutamate.

Frozen 1 ingredient Persimmon custard from

You can eat persimmons crunchy like an apple, or scoop out the flesh when they are softer if you wish.  A softer persimmon can be frozen to make a 1 ingredient persimmon custard dessert. Once frozen cut the top off and cut out  the  flesh.   

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