What is Breadfruit?
Bread Fruit is a fruit. However, it is always cooked and eaten as a vegetable, despite its name. It can be picked and prepared at different stages of maturity, and it will be starchy and handled like a potato when unripe, with entirely green skin, and can be boiled or roasted.
Make sure the breadfruit is solid and has a greenish-yellow skin with only a slight brown cracking when choosing one. When cut, unripe fruits have vivid green flesh and leak a white fluid. The pulp has begun to spoil even before cutting the fruit if it feels squishy.