What is the word for the edible part of a fruit with rind (e.g., lemon, orange, avocado, watermelon)?

This morning I found one avocado I bought had become over-ripe: part of its edible part had changed color and was no longer green. So I was trying to describe this to my friend and I wanted to say “Hey I wanted to make some smoothie with this avocado but I found it over-ripe and part of its ____ has changed color.”

This morning I found one avocado I bought had become over-ripe: part of its edible part had changed color and was no longer green. So I was trying to describe this to my friend and I wanted to say “Hey I wanted to make some smoothie with this avocado but I found it over-ripe and part of its ____ has changed color.”

I wanted to find a word to fill in the blank. I speak Chinese and in Chinese we call the edible part “fruit flesh”. I’m wondering what the English word is.

A quick googling gave me the word “pulp”, but it looks like “fruit pulp” is created by processing the “fruit flesh” and it’s not the “flesh” itself.