Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Ulu Mania: harvest

The fruit can be cooked and eaten at all stages of growth; from small and immature, when it is similar to artichoke hearts; to starchy mature; to ripe when it is soft and sweet. It is typically consumed when mature, but still firm, and is a delicious substitute for starchy root crops like potatoes, pasta, or rice.

Courtesy of the Breadfruit Institute

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