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By: Shilpa

Mon, 20 Sep 2010 19:41:46 +0000

Yes, yellow is the only part that can be consumed when ripe. White part and the seeds are cooked and used in some curries/gravies (usually when the jackfruit is raw). They cannot be consumed as it is.

By: Sheila

Mon, 20 Sep 2010 19:13:28 +0000

My husband and I just purchased part of a Jackfruit to taste. I loved the yellow orange part but the spongey white and the banana looking center were not to our liking, Is the yellow and the pitts the only edable part of the fruit?

By: S

Thu, 15 Oct 2009 12:55:41 +0000

Hi, Nostalgia for this overlooked and much misunderstood fruit brought me to your website! The Tilvo Panas is Wild Durian and is called Ayani Chakka in Kerala. The furits are more 'slimy' than the regular varieties of Jackfruit. Yes, it cannot be 'cut open' with a knife and it is an acquired taste!

By: linda bednarik

Fri, 12 Jun 2009 05:18:53 +0000

re: jackfruit.. have never tried this but friend, who has since moved, said very good. you show 2 different kinds of 'inner pods' . ( from 2 what you said were 2 different kinds of jackfruit. Am not concerned witht he different kinds, only, Once you open the main big fruit pod, are these smaller 'inner pods' just kind of laying there in the inner shell? Do you eat the inner pods as is or do these inner pods have to be split open and seeds removed or what? I read that the smell of the fruit is a 'little off' but the fruit is very good and sweet. Any help you could give me on how to handle this fruit would be appreciated. Thanks Linda Shilpa: For one, the inner pods are just connected to the center and can easily be removed. For the second kind, the pods cannot be removed like that, so you need to cut the fruit first and then remove the pod. For the first one, the pods are very soft and second one, they are slightly harder. For both, you need to remove seeds.

By: R.Kavitha Devi

Mon, 24 Nov 2008 10:31:12 +0000

I am residing at chennai. I want to plant jackfruit. Where I can get good plant and how to maintain it. pl. inform Shilpa: Check some nursery, I have no idea.

By: john dsouza

Tue, 09 Sep 2008 14:25:21 +0000

Hi. You know so much about Jack fruit trees. Can you help me in finding my favorite friut. Its called the in kokani {palponoes} I want to Plant in my farm. Love Lancy

By: Fitz Bowe

Fri, 01 Aug 2008 02:16:40 +0000

Hello my name is Fitz and refering to the lady from brazil I have quite a few young jackfruit tree growing as i speak when they are old enoughI would be glade to talk to you no terms of perchaseing one. They are, a very rare fruit here in America Looking forward to talking to you later

By: Cristy

Wed, 23 Jul 2008 19:52:43 +0000

Hi I am from Brazil. I'll like to ask you, were can I buy the jackfruit tree in US. I will apreciate if you can give a hand. Sincerely, Cristy

By: Gauri

Sat, 05 Jul 2008 19:17:16 +0000

Hi Shilpa, I like this site very much. Do you have recipe of Jackfruit bahji or neer phanasache kaape

By: Namratha

Sat, 05 Jul 2008 14:22:51 +0000

hi very nice receipies to learn and eat and nutrisious also