The White Sapote literally translates to "sweet tasting fruit" in its native Central America. These White Sapotes were sourced from Margaret River, Western Australian.
These usually have a thin green smooth skin which is inedible, with a slightly asymmetrical shape. On the inside, according to Aztec Valley, its white to pale coloured flesh has "a soft, creamy smooth consistency and offers a sweet flavour with hints of banana or caramel, a trace of coconut, a touch of peach and a suggestion of sweet, ripe pear."
The fruits are in the citrus family and are not related to other sapote fruits at all. White Sapotes are either green or yellow when ripe.
HOW TO EAT WHITE SAPOTE
Fruit will be soft when ripe. Pressing the fruit should cause a slight indent in the flesh. To eat, just slice all the way around the middle, twist the top of the fruit from the bottom and it should pull apart easily. You can remove the seeds with a teaspoon and scoop out the flesh.