The jackfruit is moderately large to very large, weighing from 10 to 60 pounds. A few cultivars are small fruited, weighing 3 to 10 pounds (1.4-4.5 kg) each. The skin is extremely rough and thick. Fruit skin color is green when immature and green, greenish yellow to brownish-yellow when ripe. The inside of the fruit contains the edible, sweet, aromatic, crispy, soft or melting pulp that surrounds each seed. Between the seeds and edible pulp is the inedible "rag". Pulp color varies from amber to yellow, dark yellow or orange.

It's also good in shakes. :)


Anonymous said...

shake that thing!

up late doing research huh? ;-)

Tim said...

That picture goes to the Georgia Okeefe place a little, doesn't it? Or is that just me? I often think of...flowers.