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    Jackfruit Digestion

    This is something that I have noticed about eating jackfruit.

    It passes straight through me. In the morning I go for a dump and the jack fruit comes out pretty much as it went in (just a little discoloured).

    Is there any point in eating it? Am I getting any nutritional value out of it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsquirrel
    the jack fruit comes out pretty much as it went in
    Well just eat it again then.

    Think of all the money you could save

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    Instead of re-eat, how about re-sell?

    On the other hand Mr. Squirrel, instead of just stuffing it in your cheek for later, why not try chewing it a bit?

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    Good one

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    I used to eat it all the time. But then one time, when it touched my lips, I got some kind of a toxic taste and I spit it out. Haven't touched it since. I think it was something that's changed in my body, like there's something in the fruit that my body doesn't want inside anymore. Kind of like what happens with some people and shell fish, or peanuts.

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    Good to see this thread is still alive and on post 4

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