A quick photo of some jackfruit chunks already extracted from the fruit.  Jackfruits are huge! Possibly the largest edible fruit? I’m not sure, but they are quite tasty.  Sweet and candy-like, they somewhat remind me of pineapple without any of the sourness at all.


It's a good thing we didn't have to remove these pieces ourselves

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