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Referring to a mass or appearance characterised by a rounded mass with multiple superficial bossellations, which has been likened to a mulberry or cluster of grapes
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Breadfruit possesses a considerable amount of fiber.
The African Breadfruit porridge (as prepared and eaten by the local populace in the South Western part of Nigeria) has been used to rehabilitate children with mild to moderate malnutrition in Ikenne Local Government Area of Ogun State, South Western Nigeria [10].
139-140) Although Kincaid addresses the breadfruit as a loathed legacy of slavery, she has a more extended contemplation of the significance of another plant connected to plantation labour and resource extraction as a site where other subaltern stories can emerge.
They were also thrilled to see the three-year-old grafted breadfruit with its first fruit and posed for pictures with the tree.
The aim of this study was to assess the functionality of breadfruit flour and investigate its impact on the quality and acceptability of gluten-free bread.
Caption: At Breadfruit and Rum Bar in Phoenix, prices of individual pours range from $8 to $2,500 for a taste of the Appleton 50 Year Old Anniversary rum.
Large-scale mass propagation of breadfruit is possible using plant tissue culture techniques with the capacity of producing a large number of disease-free and true to type plantlets in a short period of time (Rani and Raina, 2000).
Why breadfruit? Similar in taste to a potato, breadfruit can be turned into chips, boiled, roasted, fermented as beer and is a replacement in gluten-free baking.
African breadfruit (Treculia africana) seed hulls were obtained from Uturu, Abia State, Nigeria.
overloaded his canoe with yucca and breadfruit, and went down between
The most important agricultural crops are cotton, coconut, breadfruit, mango, lime, banana, pumpkin and taro in addition to sugar cane and tea for domestic consumption.
When the coconut is ready, add bananas and breadfruit, and cook it in an outdoor oven called an umu.