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    Jackfruit

    Hi everyone,

    Will be returning to Thailand in a few weeks and looking forward to being re-united with my favourite fruits!

    One fruit I have never tried is the Jackfruit, however, I beleive it will be in season in Feb / March.

    Could anyone tell me what it tastes like & the best ways of eating it.

    many thanks!

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    Re: Jackfruit

    I like to think of it as Durian's nicer cousin. It has a fun texture to play with, smooth and firm...but there are still hints in taste of old socks. (Old socks is how I describe Durian's smell/taste -- I know so many people who love it, but I can't get the taste to move beyond the smell)

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    Re: Jackfruit

    Jackfruit's taste?, sweet and unique smell. Somebody dont like cuz of smell but after you eat. You'll love it and pls careful of smell gonna stuck on your hand all day long.....

    Enjoy

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    Re: Jackfruit

    Great link RC does anyone have any good jackfruit recipes?

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    Re: Jackfruit

    nice.... eat just like that, fresh from the fruit itself is the way I like. I like the ripe one but not too ripe though. ummmm how to explain?? just try it from the street vendor anywhere in Thailand. then you'll know. :-)

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