Breadfruit is a large fruit that has a yellowish-green, bumpy or spiky exterior. The inside is pale and starchy. A ripe breadfruit has a similar taste and texture to cooked potato.
In the 18th century, English and French colonists brought breadfruit to the Caribbean.
Breadfruit contains 30% sugars and starch and 70% water.
“15 Amazing Health Benefits of Eating Breadfruit” by Brandi Marcene (2019) https://www.dailyhealthseries.com/15-benefits-breadfruit
“Artocarpus altilis (Parkinson) Fosberg” from Kew Science- Plants of the World online
“Breadfruit History” from National Tropical Botanical Garden https://ntbg.org/breadfruit/about/history