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This sure is something different Birdy. In the middle picture - what is the one which is cut open with the large pips? It look very much like what we call Breadfruit but I did not know it was edible.
Hi Birdy when you say models are they real just asking I don't recognize that fruit that Joan is talking about either :)
Thanks Joan and Philip for your comment. The fruit you mentioned is Jackfruit. Which is treated as both fruit(ripe) and vegetable(unripe). The unripe fruit is cooked and eaten like other veges. Personally I never taste it, as it's neither grow in our area nor available in the market. In Pakistan it is grown in Sindh province. I took these images in Lahore Museum.
Thanks for the info Birdy. Sorry, I forgot to come back to read the answer.
need some guidance. Give suggestions and clear cut instructions
Joan, There is no need to say sorry. You're welcome any time. I love to hear from you.
Hi Somsi! I didn't get you fully. Do you mean, I need to give some clear cut information on my blog post? Anyhow thanks for your visit and comment.
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