ANo an NaMI-misS nINDONG pRUTAS sA bICOL?

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  • #153183


    juri
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    kurumbot,saka siregwelas… an cacao prutas man yan? msiramon bga kya murumulmulon an tu’lang kayan….

  • #153182


    juri
    Participant

    kurumbot,saka siregwelas… an cacao prutas man yan? msiramon bga kya murumulmulon an tu’lang kayan….

  • #152632


    Ninz
    Participant

    GUMIHAN. nakatana palang ako last month. love it.

  • #151538


    nono
    Participant

    Ang namimiss ko na prutas sa bikol itong batag batag kabalang,bognay saka kurumbot.

  • #151523


    anky
    Participant

    Salamatunun…Dyos Mabalos, Thesa!
    I know I was not crazy…
    There is such a thing as Tambis and Macopa in Bicol…
    but in tagalog tambis is called macopa…they do not know what tambis is…
    and they are totally different in taste and in seeds.

  • #151483


    rico
    Participant

    egua pa baga nalingawan kamo halimbawa kan doromon, so bunga kan dila-dilang ugot ow mis ko ito kan nasa bikol ako, saka so bulala. speaking of bulala ta pinanik kaito kan nasa puro na ako lintian ta nabari so sanga diristo ako sa ibaba so mga sanga na nabagsakan puro baga barari, di ako nakahangos agad ta so bubot an una tumama saka likod maray ta nakauli pa ako sa balay sa hirak sing diyps

  • #151429


    Anonymous

    pakabasa ko kan post mo po sir franky, napaisip man ako na magkaiba ba or parehas lan ba sa bikol ang prutas na ini. hinapot ko opinyon kan madir ko, sabi nya parehas lan daw na prutas dahil iisang pamilya lan ito… para maliwanagan, nag research ako ki kadikit at ito po:

    04 Jan2009

    Tambis Makopa Side By Side…
    by Marketman

    Finally, proof positive that “tambis” and “makopa” for Visayans at
    least, are distinct yet closely related fruit. It all started out with this first post
    several years ago, which referred to both of these species as tambis,
    as I had always done as a child. Then, one of my readers was perturbed
    by my lack of tambis/makopa knowledge, so I did a follow up post here
    (worth reading if you are really interested in the difference between
    the two fruit) to positively identify the scientific names of both
    fruit. That same reader sent me some photos many months ago but I
    couldn’t figure out how to get them into a publishable form, so I had
    to wait until I got my hands on both fruit at the same time (which
    isn’t so easy as the seasons apprarently barely overlap). Tambis, on the left in the photo above or water apple or syzgium aqueum and makopa, on the right or malay apple or syzgium malacenssis…

    You can clearly see from the cross-section cuts that the skin, shape
    and seed of the fruits differ, and I have to say I am partial to the
    taste of tambis, with the thin skin and often refreshing and sweetish
    pulp while the makopa is denser, and at least the ones I tried, less
    tasty. But I have to add that I saw lots of brilliant looking makopa on
    a recent trip to Vietnam and Cambodia so maybe those would have tasted
    better than the ones I have eaten here…

    For many folks on the island of Luzon, they would refer to either of these fruits as makopa, and if a perusal of neighborhood trees is a good sample, I think there are more “tambis” trees than “makopa”
    trees in Manila and the surrounding areas. What’s the big deal anyway?
    Just one of accuracy… And as I mention in earlier posts, even the
    venerable Doreen Fernandez and Desmond Tate seem to have missed the
    subtle distinction between the two fruit… so if they were a bit
    confused, what about the rest of us?

    Here a photo of “makopa” while the third photo is of “tambis.” I hope that is sufficiently straightened out for everyone… :)Online reference: http://www.marketmanila.com/archives/tambis-makopa-side-by-side

  • #151408


    anky
    Participant

    Ano an diperencia kan “Tambis” sa “Macopa”?
    Sa tagalog an apod ninda sa tambis=macopa
    pero sa Bicol: may tambis at saka macopa
    totally different fruits altogether!
    tambis=bell shaped na may tulong o duwang bilog na pisog
    macopa= pear shaped na malaki ang pisog
    Tell me I am not crazy! Dakul may gustong mag-debate sako…pero alam ko magkaiba an tambis sa makopa !

  • #150275


    rems
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    Isa sa nami-miss kong prutas sa bicol ay yong Kanggom (sa tagalog ay kamagong), basta yong matamis at mabango, gustong gusto ko yon, nakakasawa/nakakaumay nga laang. Noon sa Iriga marami kaming matataas na puno sa paligid ng bahay, sa gabi pag dumapo ang ma-iingay na kulalapnit/kulabidong, segurado sa umaga, ang daming nalaglag na hinog at mga buto sa lupa…!Dios Mabalos Kaninyo Ngamin…!!

  • #150260


    Maestro
    Participant

    Isa sa mga paborito kong prutas ay ang, kung tawaging sa amin sa Iriga ay kurumbot. Sa tagalog ang tawag dito ay “Susong Dalaga” . Masarap supsupin..

  • #149793


    Placida
    Participant

    Igwa pang nagbubungang prutas kan MANINILA satuya? Grabeng alsum kaini pero saro ini sa mga paborito kong prutas kan aki pa ako.

  • #125943


    :noyjim:
    Participant

    butuan at saka pakul

  • #125922


    oman
    Participant

    Tambis nan baligang so ako namimiss..saro pa su biyawas hahahahaha!

  • #125781


    bida
    Participant

    gud day,..
    maentra man tabi ako…
    miz ko na an,.prutas na da-o,.alawihaw.,,batuhan..,,ransas.,,..maalsum pero masiram tabi ining mga prutas

  • #125776


    Anonymous

    sirigwelas at dulungan, isawsaw sa suka at kalamansi…

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