Salacca is native to the Malay Peninsula, Sumatra and Borneo and forms large, stemless clusters of tall, long and thick-stalked leaves that are rather viciously armed with long spines.
This rare plant is mainly cultivated for its beautiful sweet fruit.
Salacca affinis is a species rarely cultivated outside the areas of origin.
It has scaly, snake-like skin and when open to reveal three segments with creamy white pulp and a big brown seed inside. The best way is to eat raw due to its good taste. Remember to peel off the thin membrane enclosing the thin pulp of each of the fruit segments.
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