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Sunday, 7 October 2012

Sweetest Nangka(Jackfruit)

Three weeks ago, someone had been eating a lot of Nangka.

 But according to that person, the sweetest ones are still those sold by this Lady and her kid.

Their stall is located a long Persiaran Cakerawala, U5 Shah Alam. Mamarazzi said this kid is very hard working. Sometimes, she saw he man the stall all by himself.

The Nangka are being sold at RM5 a packet. Quite a big packet and the fruits are super sweet.

Papa chatted with the Lady when we drop by after my class to buy a few packets of Nangka for the journey back to K.Trengganu.

Papa saja asked her how much if we were to buy the whole fruit. She said it would be around RM70 to RM80 a fruit, depending on the weight. As it is, she will sell at RM5 per kilo. But if cuts ones are being sold at RM10 per kilo.

Hmmm .....that means one packet is half a kilo lah.


 I like Nangka but can't eat much as it got a lot of "wind" as believe by the Chinese.

You must be wondering why am I not wearing school uniform leh ? Coz Mamarazzi "big head prawns" lor. Both sets of my school uniforms were in the washing machine. Forgotten to wash them. First time me going to school in street clothes.


44 comments:

  1. Hi Small Kucing, did your teacher scold you for not wearing school uniform to school?

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    1. Mun

      No wor coz Mamarazzi talked to teacher liao said she forgot to wash my uniform :P

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  2. I prefer nangka than cempedak..nice!

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    1. Wenn

      But nangka have a lot of wind right?

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  3. ya lo....I heard someone ate Nangka until phonghong for 2 nights. Acti acid didnt work, charcoal didnt work! so tham chiak kui! serve the someone right!

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    1. LG

      ya lor...duno who ah....pill tek kee paling best

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  4. What did teacher said?

    Quite sometimes didn't eat jackfruits liao...

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  5. Not a fan of nangka...or cempedak, thank you.

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  6. The nangka sold at the roadside here at my place are so expensive, like being sold at supermarket pulak! @.@

    Might as well buy from Jusco than buy at roadside. Yours is quite cheap la.

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    1. Lina

      that's why la.....some i see 5 ketul already rm3

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  7. I had jackfruit blend juice at JuiceWork yesterday and was passing gas happily. LOL

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    1. ewww....thanks for sharing the info, Lina LOL

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  8. Nangka is my mum's favorite but I prefer cempedak:D

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    1. QPC

      Mamarazzi both also not really keen LOL

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  9. of course if sold by the whole fruit gotta be cheaper lah, cos the nangka skin also a lot and more heavy woh.. but one whole nangka is RM70-80 ah?? didn't expect that expensive leh..

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    1. SK

      the nangka were very BIG. As "tall" as me . and as round as 2x mamarazzi

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  10. hahaha, actually i also dunno the price of nangka lah, seldom go buy and seldom eat also.. if eat, also from those stalls selling one small packet RM1.XX something those type lor..

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  11. see kids selling the nangka.. then can give small kucing a lesson.. tell him, see gor gor so small also helping to sell nangka earning money for his family, then small kucing also must be a good boy cannot everyday sulking and doesn't want to eat diner.. hahaha!!

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  12. I like visiting this space. Lets me recall a lot of things I used to do when I was young.

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  13. we almost have the same term for that here we call that langka hohoho

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    1. Coz our country are very near, mecoy

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  14. that is probably one of my favorite fruit

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    1. Mecoy

      really ah...but then after eat will feel very gassy

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  15. it is best when its with sugar syrup or caramel

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  16. have a great day and happy bloggin small god bless you and your family

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  17. Haiya, that school uniform fiasco happened to me before. But I was already in secondary school. What did I do? Have to own self wash and quickly iron. Lucky I was in afternoon school. Some kids do have them.

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    1. Phong Hong

      LOL


      guess this wont be the last time lor. Kiddie is easy la. Cikgu close one eye

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  18. I am craving for the nangka now, been so long have not eaten. Btw, do you that the seeds can be boiled and made into kerabu or added into curries? Try out if you still have the seeds.

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    1. Nava

      Ya have boiled the seeds to eat with salt but never tried in curry

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  19. Oh, I love nangka for its distinctive flavor!

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    1. Choi Yen

      but cannot eat a lot coz wind

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  20. OOohh...sweet ka. okok..next time must stop there.

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    1. Ling

      uiks u like ah? didnt know. Next time must buy

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  21. nangka eat too much = banyak wind in belly? hohoho can become Tai-Chi Cheong Sam Fung XD

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  22. My mom has planted a big nangka tree. It always bear with sweet fruits.
    There was once I ate quite alot and the "wind" that I kena was really bad. My gastritis strike me hard!

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