FOODIE FRIDAY: Bread Fruit, eh

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is bread fruit.  It’s sort of weird.  I smells like tropical fruit but tastes and has a similar texture to potato. I think bread fruit has multiple personality disorder.  It’s a bizarre fruit, not high on my like list.

Peel the skin off and remove the dense core before cooking it.

I chopped and boiled the breadfruit just like a potato.  I then cheap phentermine online pharmacy sauteed and browned the bread fruit in butter and chopped parsley.

It wasn’t good but it wasn’t bad.  I think if I had to work with bread fruit again, I’d use a different method or different seasonings.

I’m not perfect, and I’ll try and bring my good and bad to this blog to help you not make the same mistakes as me 🙂

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