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Synonyms for breadfruit

native to Pacific islands and having edible fruit with a texture like bread

a large round seedless or seeded fruit with a texture like bread

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When Da-Duh shows her grandchild the various trees growing on her plot of land, she names them with proprietary pride: "'This here is bread fruit,' she said.
The failure of the Bounty expedition, to gather bread fruit for the slaves in the West Indies, and the trials and retributions that followed Bligh's return to England two-and-a-half years after the Bounty first sailed, are all described in great storytelling style.
You'll find yams, sweet potatoes, bread fruit, plantains, apples and oranges on stalls selling mouthwatering produce from the ordinary to the exotic.
Puberty also places extra demands on their nutritional needs so they should be encouraged to eat starches which are vital for energy and can be found in daily portions of potatoes, rice pasta, bread fruit and pulses.
Produce 2,400 bread fruit seedlings, 2,400 lime seedlings, 2,400 bell apple seedlings, 28,800 papaya seedlings, 2,400 banana seedlings, 48,000 sweet potato seedlings, 48,000 tapioca seedlings and 24,000 taro seedlings at Laura Farm.