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Seeds of ripe Jackfruit are eatable. Currently, I cook it with conventional steam cooker or roast it with open pan (like coffee beans are roasted) till it becomes eatable. Please note that the skin of the seeds becomes little black.

I wonder what will be the best way to prepare Jack Fruit seeds in order to keep its nutritional value at its best.

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closed as off-topic by SAJ14SAJ, KatieK, talon8, derobert, Jay Jul 6 '13 at 15:29

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I'm not sure if nutrition questions are on topic here, but steaming vegetables is commonly considered a method to better preserve most of the properties of the food. –  Dharini Chandrasekaran Jul 4 '13 at 17:27

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