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The White Bells

Posted by
Nishana Minhaz (Calicut / Kochi, India) on 5 April 2008 in Plant & Nature and Portfolio.

This is the Jamboo fruit, commonly known as Chambakka in Kerala. They are about the size of a lemon and have a sweet watery taste..

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Tricia from Melbourne, Australia

hey thanks for dropping by. It was shot at the road side stalls along this shopping district called Wang Fu Jing in Beijing, China.

5 Apr 2008 10:41am

tyan from Singapore, Singapore

yes we have it here.I used to eat it often,thirst quenching and we dip it in dark soya sauce..yums!

5 Apr 2008 4:52pm

Ronnie 2¢ from London, United Kingdom

Well, I’ve learned something new today : not seen these before which means they probably don’t travel very well! I like the simple way you have shown them, too.

5 Apr 2008 4:54pm

standley from brou-sur-chantereine, France

Beautiful informative picture. These fruits look delicious. I wish I could taste them. Thanks for sharing Nishana!

5 Apr 2008 6:22pm

Sumedh Prasad from Anatole, India

Wow! Looks exquisite! I went to Kerala a couple of years back, but never managed to see this...thanks for sharing! :)

5 Apr 2008 6:35pm

ConvexClix from Mumbai, India

Yeah I remember this. I was wondering about this strange looking fruit being sold on the streets of Kolkata. I was with a friend and she told me its called Jamrul there and we bought it .. yes it was watery and fibery with a subtle taste ... it was good tasty indeed :)

6 Apr 2008 8:49am

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