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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