Get ready for a jack fruit feast

@allknowing (63064)
India
March 23, 2018 5:37am CST
In a few days' time the jack fruits on our tree will be ready for harvesting. There are countless there and we cannot possibly eat them all by ourselves. No doubt we will sell some of them. You are welcome to enjoy it with us. The video clip shows just one side of the tree.
The tree is surrounded by jack fruits. This is only one side.
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@sprite1950 (12743)
• Corsham, England
23 Mar
I've never tasted this fruit. It is sold over here but is very expensive. I wonder if it is something I would like ... I'm curious now.
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@allknowing (63064)
• India
23 Mar
It is very sweet but has a strong smell not repulsive though
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@sprite1950 (12743)
• Corsham, England
23 Mar
@allknowing I enjoy sweet stuff so I would probably like it.
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@allknowing (63064)
• India
23 Mar
@sprite1950 I love it. You will get it there I am sure.
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@wolfgirl569 (3346)
• Marion, Ohio
23 Mar
Would love to try them but have no idea where to get them here
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@allknowing (63064)
• India
23 Mar
Any Indian shop or mall may sell them.
• Marion, Ohio
23 Mar
@allknowing I dont know of any in my area we are a smaller city If I went to Columbus I might find one, but I hate that area Thanks for the idea I will look
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@allknowing (63064)
• India
23 Mar
@wolfgirl569 May be you could get it online?
@Jessabuma (19903)
• Baguio, Philippines
25 Mar
Wow! Nice fruit. I love to eat jackfruits
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@allknowing (63064)
• India
25 Mar
Where do you get your jack fruits from?
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@Jessabuma (19903)
• Baguio, Philippines
25 Mar
@allknowing we have a lot jackfruits in Philippines
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@allknowing (63064)
• India
25 Mar
@Jessabuma You also have a fruit called Durian but I understand it has a bad smell. Do you eat it?
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@owlwings (39058)
• Cambridge, England
23 Mar
I have never eaten jack fruit, though I've heard that they are pretty good. Can you preserve them in any way? I'm sure that there are many ways of making jam or chutney but are they any good?
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@allknowing (63064)
• India
23 Mar
There are several uses of jack fruit. Yes. They are preserved, cooked, and eaten too.
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@owlwings (39058)
• Cambridge, England
23 Mar
@allknowing I looked at some videos about them. They seem to be enormous fruits and rather sticky and messy to open but it says that the flesh is something like a cross between mango, banana and pineapple and that the (large) seeds can be boiled and eaten, too, like chestnuts. I think that just one fruit would be enough for my family! Good luck with your tree full!
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@allknowing (63064)
• India
23 Mar
@owlwings Messy is the right word you have used. Once it is cut and ready to eat, you will not stop eating.I have never cut it myself. We have help around (lol) This is how they look I will attempt to make ice cream this year.
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@sw8sincere (3936)
• Philippines
23 Mar
Oh I love jackfruits! jackfruits are really good to eat. =)
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@allknowing (63064)
• India
25 Mar
Do you have them growing in your garden?
• Philippines
26 Mar
@allknowing Unfortunately, we don't have that. =(
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@Corbin5 (102758)
• United States
23 Mar
I have never tasted jack fruit. I need to look and see if they are sold in stores around here.
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@allknowing (63064)
• India
23 Mar
Depends on your taste. They are sweet with a strong smell. I love it and we make many dishes too.
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@JudyEv (121012)
• Bunbury, Australia
23 Mar
It would be good if you were able to sell some of them.
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@allknowing (63064)
• India
23 Mar
I sold them last year and the guy had turned up the other day enquiring.
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@maezee (31963)
• United States
23 Mar
Cool! These are peculiar looking fruits!
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@allknowing (63064)
• India
23 Mar
Peculiar Here is the full grown of last year
@elanalove (643)
23 Mar
looking so great,,have you started the party ?
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@allknowing (63064)
• India
23 Mar
They are not ready for harvesting yet. But you can pick from last year's
@mandala100 (39150)
• Hong Kong
23 Mar
@allknowing I always love jackfruit my friend.
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@allknowing (63064)
• India
23 Mar
Do you get them easily there?
@amnabas (9909)
• Karachi, Pakistan
23 Mar
Wow enjoy jackfruits.
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@allknowing (63064)
• India
25 Mar
Have you eaten them?
@Icydoll (14379)
• India
23 Mar
Wow that's pretty good ...send me some
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@allknowing (63064)
• India
25 Mar
Give me your address
@franxav (4910)
23 Mar
They are just growing. However,we get tender jacks from market. They are served in wedding parties in Bengali Hindu wedding feasts as curry prepared with prawns.
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@allknowing (63064)
• India
23 Mar
We cook tender ones as well with the seeds. Seeds are delicious too.
@tzwrites (4825)
• Romania
23 Mar
Wow that's a lot of fruit. You will get the chance to eat lots and get the god vitamins from them.
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@allknowing (63064)
• India
23 Mar
They are nutritious and we preserve them and use them the whole year through.
@SRSaba (598)
• Chennai, India
25 Mar
Wow..
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@iridion9 (6913)
• Philippines
23 Mar
How many trees you have? I think some fruits is already big enough for picking. Some are just small.