to share the culinary skills of the different cultures of my country to the world
Monday, August 11, 2008
i planted this fruit tree at my backyard for a quite a number of years. it 's chinese name is known as "wong kam kuo" it have been fruiting for five years, the highest harvest was about 15 fruits.i got the seedlings from CAMERON HIGHLANDS. i do not see it been sold at the market at all. the flesh is jellyish, smooth and sweet and must be eaten quickly or it will turn acidic just like the apple.