This week is fruity week in my office.
My co-workers alternately bring fruits from their home garden.
Rambutan, mangosteen, banana, strawberry, guava and many more.
A kind of fruit that I have not already exposed is 'duku'.
Duku (Lansium domesticum var duku) is a tropical fruit that popular in western of South East Asia.
This fruit is usually grown on the wood, and rarely grown on the home garden, because the the plant will grow as a huge tree.
This plant is only grown on the medium altitude with the humid warm environment.
The skin produces white sap, that sometime irritate our skin.
The sap will fade away, disappear by itself through the time.
We usually eat the sweet clear flesh three days after the fruits are harvested.
After three days, the sap will 'disappear' and the flesh will sweeter than before.
Thanks friend for these sweet fruits...