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Thread: Jack Fruit

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    Jack Fruit

    https://www.theguardian.com/lifeands...le-pulled-pork

    I only just heard about this. Anybody try it? Supposedly it's a good substitute for pulled pork!


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    I bought some. It's ok, marinated and cooked in bbq sauce with fried onions makes a decent buttie.

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    Looks good, might have to give that a go.

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    I have eaten it raw,it's very sticky bit like getting chewing gum on your fingers.

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    It sounds vile raw. Woody and full of seeds.

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    If you buy it in tins, make sure that you get young jackfruit in brine, not syrup; if you are wanting to make it like BBQ, that is.

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