The kedondong

The first time I came across this... fruit-thing was in 2004 when I was first courting my then girlfriend. It was growing in their garden. Every morning, they would pluck the fruit and put them onto waist-high baskets. Then they would take this to the rubber plantation where they would be coated with rubber and packaged as squash balls.

But some would prefer to peel off the skin and soak them with vinegar and asam boi mixture. This is because one believes that when one eats them during full moon and also at the next waxing, one would be able to realise that reading this article is a complete waste of time.

Don't ask. I used to love this until Wife pointed out
that it is the favourite munch food for pregnant
ladies. Now, I love pregnant ladies instead.

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