The thorny fruit

Posted by Devi (Chennai, India) on 14 January 2016 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

A tender Jack fruit...yet to ripen

Jypyä Pop from Turku, Finland

Now I see one for the first time. I look forward with great interest to the continuation.

14 Jan 2016 5:23am

@Jypyä Pop: Alas Jypya,, I have only the image of the whole fruit. I shall post the inside..edible portion after I get a shot of those. They are very evry sweet

maximage from Mase, Switzerland

Beautiful details on this spectacular fruit! Well done Devi!

14 Jan 2016 5:54am

@maximage: Thank you maximage:)

tataray from Charentes-Poitou, France

Je ne connais pas ce fruit, ravie de le découvrir. . )

14 Jan 2016 7:15am

Oiva from Turku, Finland

Wow amazing, I have never seen this fruit! It's great that I got to see it! Hither is brought a lot of exotic fruits, but this I have not seen:-))))HALEJA.

Kiva Torstai hyvä ystäväni Devi!

14 Jan 2016 7:19am

@Oiva: Thank you Oiva..As soon as I take the shot of a cut fruit, I shall post it here. The edible portion is inside the thorny skin:)

Ronnie 2¢ from Atlantic Shores, United Kingdom

This is a new one to me . . always neat to learn something every day !

14 Jan 2016 7:28am

@Ronnie 2¢: A pity I have not taken the shot of the edible portion inside. I shall do it soon :)

Libouton Martine from Bousval, Belgium

Je ne connais pas du tout ce fruit! merci du partage

14 Jan 2016 8:40am

Dimitrios from ATHENS, Greece

cool texture

14 Jan 2016 8:47am

@Dimitrios: Thank you :)

Willem from Noord-Scharwoude, Netherlands

Interesting shot, never heard of it.

14 Jan 2016 9:13am

omid from mashhad, Iran

Mmm...! :)
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such beautiful frame, colors & details!
Lovely!
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I will wait to ripe it. ;)

14 Jan 2016 9:47am

grouser from Ludlow, United Kingdom

A nice shot of this extraordinary fruit

14 Jan 2016 11:08am

Patrick M. from Lille, France

Never tasted, but certainly very tasty

14 Jan 2016 11:43am

Hiro from Kyoto, Japan

Interesting. Never seen in Japan.

14 Jan 2016 12:14pm

Sam from Chennai, India

A nice shot of this Jack fruit. The fruit is very tasty. I like this. Mukkanis (Ma, Pala, Vaazhai)
One of the famous three fruits of Tamil Nadu - Mango, Jackfruit and Banana. Thank you, Devi. :)

14 Jan 2016 12:53pm

@Sam: Thank you Sam :) I too love this fruit..All the three Mukkanis are avoided by the Diabetics..But i do eat them once in a while and I love mangoes and jackfruit:)

: Helen : from from somewhere in, Thailand

Good shot Devi!
I am checkking blogs and I seem to be on a gormet trail. Lots of food.
Yum.
Mmm. Jack fruit is lovely to eat, but can smell a bit odd when you do not know what it is.

14 Jan 2016 1:26pm

@: Helen :: Yes..a bit of a strong smell but the taste is awesome..My hubby doesn't much care for this but I love this:)

Sarito from Basingstoke, United Kingdom

Thorny... but, yummy!!!

14 Jan 2016 3:55pm

@Sarito: Hey Sarito!! Wonderful to see you here!! Hope all of you are fine...the little one must be growing up fast...I must go and see if you have posted some shot :)

Don from Spokane, United States

It is certainly an unlikely looking fruit. I hope this is the start of a series.

14 Jan 2016 3:58pm

Shaahin Bahremand from Tehran, Iran

nicely done

14 Jan 2016 4:46pm

Ruthiebear from Titusville, NJ, United States

I still want to taste this fruit. It has interesting outer texture

14 Jan 2016 6:13pm

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

An interesting looking fruit.

14 Jan 2016 6:16pm

Nicou from Sion, Switzerland

Très belle découverte et fruit quelle compo
Belle soirée
Nicou

14 Jan 2016 6:27pm

Moridi from Tehran, Iran

Interesting fruit. Well done.

14 Jan 2016 7:02pm

Robert D. Burr from Kingston, Ontario, Canada

Interesting...Is this edible?

14 Jan 2016 7:08pm

@Robert D. Burr: Yes Dennis..the thicjk thorny skin has to be removed and we get lovely edible portion hidden inside ! Awesome tasty:)Shall try and get some shots of a cut one and the edible portion and post them here:)

ursulakatariina from Turku, Finland

Ooh, it looks interesting.

14 Jan 2016 8:22pm

outsidersworld from Everywhere, Germany

An interesting looking fruit.... The jackfruit is unknown to me..... I eat lots of fruit and vegetables from other countries.... But this fruit, I never saw.... On the Internet I found a very interesting information about this fruit. I'm trying to find this fruit in our food stores and then I'll try them..... I will then inform you about how I liked the jackfruit.... Beautifully photographed, clear colors and details.... Thank you for showing.

14 Jan 2016 8:31pm

@outsidersworld: Thank you outsidersworld. I shall take some shots of the sliced fruit and the edible parts and post them here. It is awesome tasty.. You get chips fried by using the raw fruit too.

Elaine Hancock from Rockville, United States

They are such an interesting fruit. I have never tasted one. Just seen them. A beautiful image!

15 Jan 2016 12:03am

@Elaine Hancock: It is very sweet and tasty Elain..I have a feeling you will fall for it :)

Marjolein from Westvoorne, Netherlands

I do not know that fruit !

15 Jan 2016 11:33am

@Marjolein: Shall try and post the image of the edible portion Marjolein..

Julie L. Brown, Photobirder from Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

I like the patterns here.

15 Jan 2016 11:43am

L'Angevine from Angers, France

oh comme si j'allais me gratter avec les fesses!!!lol

15 Jan 2016 2:44pm

Harry from Apex, NC, United States

Most unusual.

17 Jan 2016 2:55am

Ram from Chennai, India

My favorite fruit after Mangoes. Nice.

17 Jan 2016 7:05am

@Ram: Yes Ram..who can resist this!

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