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murahilin:
Very good book on baobab fruit.

http://www.baobabfruitco.de/themen/literatur/art/007.pdf

MangoFang:
....and that bats pollinate the flowers?  How fascinating......anyone every tasted
one of the fruits?




Mfang


fruitlovers:

--- Quote from: MangoFang on February 21, 2012, 01:02:57 PM ---....and that bats pollinate the flowers?  How fascinating......anyone every tasted
one of the fruits?




Mfang

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Tasted the baobab fruit for first time at Kampong in Florida. It was sweet and floury. Here is a photo i took there:

Oscar

nullzero:

--- Quote from: fruitlovers on February 21, 2012, 06:27:38 PM ---
--- Quote from: MangoFang on February 21, 2012, 01:02:57 PM ---....and that bats pollinate the flowers?  How fascinating......anyone every tasted
one of the fruits?




Mfang

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Tasted the baobab fruit for first time at Kampong in Florida. It was sweet and floury. Here is a photo i took there:

Oscar

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Would you say its worthy growing for food crop? Or more novelty?

fruitlovers:
As fas as taste is concerned, more of a novelty. But apparently baobab is very high in nutrition. Not for small back yards though as the tree eventually becomes giant sized, although maybe not in one lifetime?
Oscar

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