January 25, 2012


5):-Ackee Fruit
Seven of the Deadliest Delicacies
Ackee plant is originated from West Africa. Later, it was introduced to Florida, USA.
Ackee fruit is widely used in Jamaican cuisine, which includes its national delicacy,
"ackee and saltfish".

The fruit looks like a pear, red in color when it's ripe. The ackee fruit must be picked after it has naturally opened and revealed the seeds. The fruit must be eaten at the right time. The fruit is poisonous if it is both immature and overripe. The fleshy part around the seeds is the only part which is edible. The rest of the fruit contain a type of toxin called hypoglycin which can be fatal if consumed.


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