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21 shared thoughts
marang
Actually had these last month...loved it!
Have you ever had them (marang)? Tasted it years ago when hubby's work took him to Mindanao; they might look like langka, or breadfruit, but that's where the similarity ends. For me, anyway. When ripe it tastes soooo sweet, and believe me, I can eat the whole fruit myself! hehehe.

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Food Friday Players:
Gizelle
Lani
Chubskulit
Jeanny
Peachkins
Nathalie
Nathalie (2)
Jenn
Luna Miranda
Race
Arlene
Oggi
Jay
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21 shared thoughts:

Gizelle at: Fri Oct 15, 12:07:00 AM GMT+8 said...

thanks! honestly, this is the first time i've seen Marang :D (the perks of joining FF!) thanks again!

☺lani☺ at: Fri Oct 15, 12:08:00 AM GMT+8 said...

We call that Kamansi, I miss that! Happy Friday!

maiylah at: Fri Oct 15, 12:09:00 AM GMT+8 said...

@ G:
hehe, yup, enjoy din ako talaga when i go through foodie posts. i learn something new all the time! :)

Thanks, too, G!

maiylah at: Fri Oct 15, 12:17:00 AM GMT+8 said...

thanks, Lani
..but this isn't kamansi (or breadfruit)...this is different. this is definitely sweeter and juicier thank the breadfruit. :)

chubskulit at: Fri Oct 15, 12:45:00 AM GMT+8 said...

I think I had some when I was still there, I am not sure though if it's the same as it's called differently in our place.

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jeanny at: Fri Oct 15, 12:46:00 AM GMT+8 said...

they taste really good but not really into eating a lot of it. Medyo, the smell is a bit different kasi.

maiylah at: Fri Oct 15, 12:58:00 AM GMT+8 said...

@ Chubskulit
i wonder what you call it at your place?

many thanks for playing again!:)

@ Jeanny
ay oo nga, i forgot about the smell. it is indeed quite "imposing". lol

thanks ulit!:)

♥peachkins♥ at: Fri Oct 15, 08:56:00 AM GMT+8 said...

masarap yan kaya lang minsan yung nabibili namin over-ripe..

maiylah at: Fri Oct 15, 09:31:00 AM GMT+8 said...

thanks, Peachkins
usually we buy them greenish first and it hasn't started to 'smell' yet. we wait till the smell is overpowering (hahaha) and it yields when pressed lightly, then we go on a feast. :)

enjoy your weekend!

Nathalie at: Fri Oct 15, 12:40:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Same with Gizelle, this is the first time I've seen a marang.

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maiylah at: Fri Oct 15, 01:03:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Thanks, Nathalie
maybe you can try it sometime... :)

enjoy your weekend!

Jenn at: Fri Oct 15, 03:12:00 PM GMT+8 said...

I have seen marang from the supermarket, but this is the first time I saw how it looked like inside. Brother would always talk about this whenever he travels to CDO. Nakakatuwa, a friend just called me a few minutes back and he was telling about how he loves durian and marang, and when I asked, he told me marang looks like atis inside, but juicier. Now I know. :)

My post is up HERE, and is also a product of Mindanao. :)

Luna Miranda at: Fri Oct 15, 05:19:00 PM GMT+8 said...

i love marang! but it's been a while since i had some. i indulged a few years ago when i was in bacolod--may plantation d'on owned by Danding Cojuangco.

Race at: Fri Oct 15, 05:44:00 PM GMT+8 said...

I've tasted it once when we had projects in GenSan and my officemate brought that and Durian for us. I don't want to taste it at first because I thought it's like Durian but I learned that it's
sweet and very juicy. Meron din bang marang candies?

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maiylah at: Fri Oct 15, 07:04:00 PM GMT+8 said...

many thanks, Jenn, LM, and Race

happy weekend! :)

maiylah at: Fri Oct 15, 07:12:00 PM GMT+8 said...

@ Race
yup, i think there is probably a marang candy somewhere... :)

Arlene at: Fri Oct 15, 08:34:00 PM GMT+8 said...

Wowwww i wish i can send each of you a marang! dami nyan ngayon dito sa amin...and it costs as cheap as ten pesos or the huge ones like 25 pesos. But nahh it's hard to bring it across the sea because it ripens so fast na pagdating sa luzon it tastes overriped na.

I love marang better than jackfruit. :)

oggi at: Fri Oct 15, 09:59:00 PM GMT+8 said...

I had this once in Cotabato, I think. One thing is for sure, it had a distinct smell but not as strong as durian.:)

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Jay - agent112778 at: Sat Oct 16, 03:18:00 AM GMT+8 said...

last year marang din ang entry ko!akalain mong last year ang una kong taste sa marang. :"> na miss ko ang pangga ko at ang family nya

here's my Food Friday entry

Certified Foodies at: Sat Oct 16, 05:50:00 AM GMT+8 said...

Wow. New discovery. Haven't heard of Marang before. Meron ba nyan dito? Ang weird. Kala ko nung una, jackfruit. Hehehe.

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maiylah at: Sat Oct 16, 07:35:00 AM GMT+8 said...

@ Arlene, Oggi, Jay, and blankPixels

thanks so much for playing again!
happy weekend! :)

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