Guinep - A small, grape-like fruit with a green skin and a large seed surrounded by a thin layer of sweet, fleshy pulp. Read more: http://www.jamaicans.com/cooking/foods/fruitglossary.shtml#ixzz2LAoBRmkH
Jackfruit has a hard “spiky” outside shell and the inside fruit is yellowish with a sweet taste and aroma. It contains anywhere from 100 - 500 oval seeds. Read more: http://www.jamaicans.com/cooking/foods/fruitglossary.shtml#ixzz3Kj5bvbJM
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Guinep is a fun fruit to eat. It has a thin skin that is inedible and the fruit is to be sucked and scraped off the seed. I don't know how to describe the flavor. The fruit stains your clothes so watch out.
Looking to sneak some fruit into the kids’ (or let’s be honest, the spouse’s) breakfast? It’s so easy! Just dunk fruit rings—try apples, pears or pineapple—in a Bisquick pancake coating, then cook like regular pancakes! Click through for the recipe and step-by-step photos.
Jamaican Otaheite Apple – Also called Malay Apple. The fruit is oblong to pear shaped with a dark red skin and white flesh; sometimes it is seedless. The plant may used as a remedy for diabetes and constipation. Read more: http://www.jamaicans.com/cooking/foods/fruitglossary.shtml#ixzz2wLFTVZQF