We are lucky in Melbourne to have an abundance of fresh produce available year-round. The range of climates across the continent means that fresh fruit is available country-wide through the efforts of our commercial carriers. Large greengroceries and fruiterers shops exist in all shopping centres and healthy competition means the prices stay relatively low.
Here are some Sugarloaf Pineapples (Ananas comosus), breadfruit (Artocarpus altilis), mandarins (Citrus reticulata), and in the first photo you may even see some bananas (Musa × paradisiaca).
This post is part of the Friday Greens meme,
and also part of the Food Friday meme,
and also part of the Orange you Glad It's Friday meme.
Are the breadfruits locally grown?ReplyDelete
Hello Hels. Yes, breadfruit was introduced into Far North Queensland by Samoan missionaries from the Pacific Islands, where it forms part of the staple diet. As you are well aware, breadfruit is famous for its role in the mutiny of the “Bounty” where Captain Bligh was commissioned to transport the fruit from Tahiti to the West Indies.Delete
You are so lucky!!! The breadfruit looks very interesting. I would love to taste it. It looks a little like jack fruit in Southeast Asia.ReplyDelete
Wonderful mix of fruits! So interesting texture of these breadfruits; never seen before. A good day!ReplyDelete
Where we can buy breadfruit in Mel victoria?ReplyDelete
It's available in the large markets like Victoria Market in the City, but also some large greengrocer shops in the suburbs.Delete