< = back | = > Tropical fruits (Intro) < =

Blue links lead to the fully translated html versions of the page, purple links lead to pages whose start pages (as well as introductions and tables of contents at least) are already set up, green links lead to extern sites, grey means that no file is available yet).

/Notes in this color and between two / are from the operator of the German mirror site and translator/.

First publication: 26.12.2004 (original)
Last update: 05.10.2019 (original)
Update german mirror-site: 01.02.2023
Copyright Dr. Eng. Jan Pająk

Tropical fruits of the Pacific area and their eating philosophy


Part #A: Introductory information of this web page:
- #A1. What are goals of this web page:
- #A2. What motivated me to prepare this web page:

Part #B.The philosophy and culture of fruit consumption in the area of Pacific:
- #B1. Influences of ancient Chinese:
- #B2. The philosophy of eating fruits and other foods disseminated around the world by ancient Chinese:
- #B3. Influences of knowledge of ancient Chinese exerted on the eating traditions of Poland:
- #B4. A similar to Chinese philosophy of eating defined by ancient Indians:

Part #C. General attributes of tropical fruits and their differences from European fruits:
- #C1. Fruits are not just food, but also natural medicines, sources of various goodness, style of living, and gifts from God:
- #C2. General characteristics of tropical fruits:

Part #D: Descriptions of these fruits from the area of Pacific which display various supernatural attributes:
- #D1. Coconuts:
- #D2. Oil palm nuts:
- #D3. Bananas:
- #D3.1. Why some people indicate bananas as still another natural proof for the existence of God:
- #D4. "Cravings" of tropical pregnant women to fruits named "salak", and the supernatural link of these "cravings" with the Biblical snake tempting Eve in Eden:
- #D5. How to check the belief that "intellects which intentionally waste fruits or other food, will be one day deprived whatever they wasted":
- #D6. Animals, vegetation, fruits, etc., display much more supernatural capabilities, but this web page only reminds about their existence, leaving the presentation of these to "part #F" of the web page stawczyk_uk.htm:

Part #E: Descriptions of "neutral" fruits from the area of Pacific - means fruits most recommended for consumption according to the Chinese philosophy of their eating:
- #E1. Papaya:
- #E2. Pomelo:
- #E3. Soursop:
- #E4. Ciku (chiku):
- #E5. Guava:
- #E6. Dragon fruit:

Part #F. Descriptions of "cooling" fruits from the area of Pacific - means fruits which neutralise consequences of eating modern deep fried foods:
- #F1. Mangosteen:
- #F2. Custard apple (Malaysian name "buah nona"):
- #F3. Starfruit:
- #F4. Air jambu:
- #F5. Petai:

Part #G: Descriptions of "heating" fruits from the area of Pacific - means fruits which should be eaten in moderation:
- #G1. Durian - means officially the most tasty fruit of the world (but also the "most smelly fruit of the world"):
- #G1.1. Attributes of fruits of durian:
- #G1.2. Compendium of most vital information about Malaysian varieties of durian:
- #G1.3. "Mutton bird" - means still another heavily smelly delicacy (this time from New Zealand):
- #G2. Langsat:
- #G3. Duku, dukong, duku-langsat:
- #G4. Dragon eye or "longan berry":
- #G5. Lychee:

Part H: Descriptions of "wet-heating" fruits from the area of Pacific - means fruits the excessive eating of which may cause an illness:
- #H1. Mango:
- #H2. Chempedak:
- #H3. Jackfruit or "nangka":
- #H4. Rambutan and "pulasan":
- #H5. "Rambai":

Part #I. Fruits of temperate climate countries (not necessarily "tropical" ones), the attributes of which also is worth to learn:
- #I1. Persimon:
- #I2. "Kiwi fruit" - also called "Chinese gooseberry":

Part #J. Other extraordinary fruits and roots from the Pacific area, the beneficial properties of which it is worth to know:
- #J1. Life-giving tapioca:
- #J2. Extraordinary West-African "miracle fruits" which turn sour into sweet:
- #J3. Extraordinary root of Chinese White Radish which for me heals coughs much better than antibiotics:

Part #K: Summary, and the final information of this web page:
- Summary of this web page:
- #K2. #K2. Polish letters:
- #K3. How to replicate this web page in your own computer:
- #K4. How with the web page named "Topics" one can find totaliztic descriptions of topics in which he is interested:
- #K5. The author of this web page (i.e. Dr Jan Pająk):
- #K6. A copy of this web page is also disseminated as a brochure from series [11] in the safe format "PDF":
- #K7. Copyrights © 2019 by Dr Jan Pajak:


228 229 230
231 232 233
234 235 236
237 238 239
240 241 242
243 244 245
246 247 248
249 250 251
252 253 254
255 256 257
258 259 260
261 262 263
264 265 266
267 268

Visitors since 15.12.22: (english sites)