Plum refers to a round, juicy stone fruit . Several varieties include: Greengage; Mirabelle; Bullace; Japanese; Victoria. It can be eaten as is, in salads and desserts/sweets when raw. It can be made into mousse, jam, jelly marmalade and compott and sauce . It can also be made as an ingredient for Plum cakes, lastly it can be made into a juice. Plum is called Pflaume (German); Prune (France); Ciruela (Spain) and Prugna or Susina (Italy) Latin Name: prunus domestica ssp. Insititia
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