Before this tree was planted, I can remember my mother-in-law brought one mature fruit, the shell was so hard, they even use a saw to cut it half, the fruit meat was white, but when it was boiled it really has a damn knocking foul aroma, everybody went out of the house, I spent two canister of Evian to drive the odor away.
According to those who have tried it, it cures a lot of body ailments. But God knows, if I’m on the verge of death then I will try it, promise, the white meat has turned into a purplish sticky, foul sauce. Then ‘the berks’ of my mom-in-law around our dining table without some second thoughts gulp down that purple concoction, according to them it taste bitter sweet, yeah! my tongue can see, my nose can taste it so… There are at least 5 mature fruits on that tree, I wonder how many Evians will I consume again to drive the odor away in the future as it will happen again, really I’m positive!
Take a look at these pictures… Does anyone know what really this fruit’s name is?
’Ang Punu-an’ (The Tree)
’Ang Mga Bunga’ (The fruits)
’Ug usa pa ka bunga’ (Close-up Shot of the fruit)
Thanks for dropping by, see you again for another experience in this side of town.