Santol is still Santol in English

Philippines
August 3, 2008 6:18am CST
hahahhaha.... this fruit is great... i am just increasing my vocabulary on English words for the local fruits that we have in the Philippines... LOL... i find it surprising that Santol is Santol because others have English equivalent.. hope you find this interesting too.
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@wendhieRN (754)
• United States
4 Aug 08
oh really, that is pretty interesting! that means santol is known worldwide for it to be included in the dictionary. thanks for the information!
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• Philippines
4 Aug 08
hi there... i don't know if it's included in the dictionary... because i just came across it last night through the blog of hotel dot com's list of 10 must-eat exotic fruits and guess what we have 8 of them... LOL... i have another post regarding the list... if you would like to read about it,i mean. thanks for the reply
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• Philippines
4 Aug 08
pls visit my other related topics here in mylot... http ://www dot mylot dot com/w/discussions/1635058 dot aspx http ://www dot mylot dot com/w/discussions/1635067 dot aspx im sorry... pls replace dot with . coz i don't want to be banned here... hehehe.. i am not sure if mylot links can be pasted here...
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• United States
4 Aug 08
no problem!
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@kharen (1488)
• Philippines
4 Aug 08
cool.. i like eating the fruit and we still have stock left here in the house.lol cause my mom likes it. i think i'm inlove with it too. lolx
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• Philippines
4 Aug 08
hi there... jsut the fruit or with soy sauce and salt?
@kharen (1488)
• Philippines
4 Aug 08
soy sauce? whoah! it's the first time i heard santol with soy sauce becoz i haven't tried it. uhm how does it taste? i'll try it later this day. how does that taste? i eat it with vinegar and salt or just plain salt sometimes..
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• Philippines
4 Aug 08
i like it with soy sauce... LOL... tell me how do you find it? i mean with soy sauce...at home, they sometimes make a candy out of it or jam... yum! sweet and soury perfection!
@dhangski (3194)
• Philippines
4 Aug 08
Now I know what Santol is in English. LOL. We have 10 trees of it here and love eating the fruit and I don't even know what is the English term of it. LOL. Thanks for letting us know shiloh. Keep posting. HUGZ!
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• Philippines
4 Aug 08
wow...10 trees... i just can't imagine how many sacks of santol you will be able to harvest during harvest time... LOL... do you sell them?
@dhangski (3194)
• Philippines
4 Aug 08
LOL we don't sell them, we just eat them.
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• Philippines
23 Aug 08
wow...awesome! santol heaven
@ferdzNK (3214)
• Philippines
4 Aug 08
Wow! that's very interesting, I've checked wiki and its there, I thought this was an original Philippine fruit but its not, our asian neighbors has it too and its roots came from indochina. I learned something new today, thanks Shiloh for sharing this.
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• Philippines
4 Aug 08
hi there... you're welcome... pls visit my other related topics here in mylot... http://www dot mylot dot com/w/discussions/1635058 dot aspx http://www dot mylot dot com/w/discussions/1635067 dot aspx im sorry... pls replace dot with . coz i don't want to be banned here... hehehe.. i am not sure if mylot links can be pasted here...