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  1. WizzyTheStick
    March 30, 2010 • 9:31 pm

    Your posts on local cooking are invaluable. I always learn something new. I eat this all the time but never realized how much work it takes to prepare it

  2. Cynthia
    April 8, 2010 • 5:04 pm

    This is a lot of work I know! I love katahar curry!

  3. Felix
    April 8, 2010 • 5:12 pm

    @ Wizzythestick, @Cynthia Indeed it is a lot of work but I must agree it sure is tasty :-)

  4. Elaine
    June 4, 2011 • 12:49 am

    Thank you so much! I bought a breadnut yesterday, and had no idea what to do with it, other than boil it. That looks delicious! Thank you for posting such a detailed description of how to separate the seeds.

  5. marcie
    January 7, 2013 • 10:46 pm

    I like your recipe and especially the photos! I’m in Canada and just bought a breadnut to try it out, we saw a movie where orangutans were eating them!
    Sincerely, Marcie

  6. dc
    July 21, 2013 • 12:51 am

    Besides being thankful for this recipe, i finally understand what the term “laglee” refers to!. Since I was a child I was always closer to my Dad. Wherever he went, that’s where I wanted to be. Leave me home nah, and de bawlin would start. Time and time again, it would exasperate my Mother. Finally she used to give in and tell my Dad “take him, just take him”! All my Dad’s friends, especially the close ones, would tell him “Boy dat chile does stick on to you like laglee”…some of the older surviving ones still say it! Now I fully understand what they meant! :) Ha!

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