Who Wants Some Duhat?

@ilocosboy (39139)
Philippines
June 14, 2016 7:32am CST
This is a tropical fruit we call 'duhat'. If I'm not mistaken this is called black plum. Once in a year the tree bear fruits. The fruits metamorphosis from flowers to green fruit to red fruit and finally to black. Black means it is already ripe. When the fruits are all ripe, the tree become the haven of black marvels. And when that season come, lots of duhat are in the table-- lots are also uneaten. The best for us to serve this is to shake with salt.
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@brokenbee (8246)
• Philippines
14 Jun 16
That fruit!!! Hihi! That's the reason why I am dark. Lol Pinaglihi ako sa duhat -- my mother craved for this when I was in her womb.
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@ilocosboy (39139)
• Philippines
14 Jun 16
oh, but you don't like that dark in your photo Arbie
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@Lucky15 (33687)
• Philippines
15 Jun 16
Hahaha..just like my.niece ;))
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@brokenbee (8246)
• Philippines
15 Jun 16
@ilocosboy i was near the window when I took that photo... hihi
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• United States
14 Jun 16
It must be very delicous..I had never heard of this fruit, but the fruits here look different the plums.
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@ilocosboy (39139)
• Philippines
14 Jun 16
its plum but smaller and has sweeter juice, it has one big seed inside.
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• United States
15 Jun 16
@ilocosboy Yes smaller I see..I wish to have it now.
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@ilocosboy (39139)
• Philippines
15 Jun 16
@TiarasOceanView if only I could send you, he he, the plum in your place is bigger but ours is juicer and sweeter, imagine grapes but just have different taste
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• Philippines
14 Jun 16
Is that same as "lomboy"? Hehe..love it.
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@ilocosboy (39139)
• Philippines
14 Jun 16
wen kabsat, that is lomboy, he he
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• Philippines
14 Jun 16
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@Lucky15 (33687)
• Philippines
14 Jun 16
Ohh..yep. shake after adding salt ;)
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@sunrisefan (21553)
• Philippines
14 Jun 16
Dance the shake?
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@Lucky15 (33687)
• Philippines
14 Jun 16
@sunrisefan hahaja. No no
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@sunrisefan (21553)
• Philippines
14 Jun 16
@Lucky15 But you know how to dance the shake, don't you? So you dance, while shaking the duhat with the salt hahaha!
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@magallon (18104)
• Philippines
14 Jun 16
The moment I saw the picture my mouth started to salivate. I love duhat. But it's already years now that I have not eaten it. We also shake it with salt.
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@ilocosboy (39139)
• Philippines
14 Jun 16
well, you should visit your hometown in summer.
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@magallon (18104)
• Philippines
15 Jun 16
@ilocosboy I was there last May but I did not see Duhat.I don't want to buy in the market here in Manila because I am not sure if it is clean.
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@ilocosboy (39139)
• Philippines
15 Jun 16
@magallon oh my, you did asked the little boys, usually, the fruit is not harvested from the tree and just fell down when birds come to eat.
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@shubhu3 (21817)
• New Delhi, India
14 Jun 16
We also have plum and they are amazing but is the black plum is different from normal plum?
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@ilocosboy (39139)
• Philippines
14 Jun 16
opps, I don't know about normal plum, but this one is juicier and smaller
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@shubhu3 (21817)
• New Delhi, India
14 Jun 16
@ilocosboy Hhehe alright. :)
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@ida123 (6234)
• Cagayan De Oro, Philippines
14 Jun 16
Yes, I also love this combination, salty and sweet sour black plum.
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@ilocosboy (39139)
• Philippines
14 Jun 16
the best to eat duhat
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@vickyrose (2031)
• Canberra, Australia
15 Jun 16
Oh, I haven't had this fruit in a long time. Me, please, I'd love some, on a bowl, with salt and shaken black and blue. drooling now....
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