Ovoid green fruit that grows in bunches on trees up to 30m high. The fruit typically ripen during the summer. The fruit is related to the lychee
and have tight, thin but rigid skins. Inside the skin is the tart, tangy, or sweet pulp of the fruit covering a large seed. The pulp is usually cream or orange coloured.
wow i didn't know that some people called this ackee :O wow
yup i know it as chenet, and i love it, <3 that fruit has it's flavour on lock ;) lol
heey, thats my middle name (:
We have this in Jamaica as well, we call it Guinep. I love this fruit!
Call this ackee in St.Lucia
Where would I buy from in England/
Chenete makes the best chow.Mmmm
call this ackee in saint lucia
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We call this fruit guinep in Jamaica.
We too call it Guinep in Guyana but pronounce it as 'Guinip'.
In Grenada we call this skinup
In Puerto Rico we call it quenepa.
I grew up on these as a kid. Love it.
those with the smooth skin taste the best
we love Guinep in the Bahamas especially with a lil salt and hot sauce!!!
In St. Maarten we call this Kinnip / Kennip.
Known as quenette in French Guiana
Known as chenette in Trinidad
I have a bearing tree in my yard mmm 😊
WERE CAN I BUY IS FRUIT AND HAVE IT SEND TO USA
We here also use it for making chow. You can even roast the seed and eat the nut inside.
For d luv of chenet, we call all different names but we all luv it
For d luv of chenet, we call it all different names but we all luv it
We call it a keep in Barbados.
Hi, in colombian caribbean is called mamón. BTW add colombia to the country list, we are also part of the caribbean :(
In Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao we call dem Kenepa
i have a friend from curaçao, he basically thought me how to speak papiamento but he never told me about this ami ta un belizean esei por papia spaño, kriol, í papiamento!