2015-03-02 08:53:26 UTC
Anyway, I ate a piece tonight, and now my fingers and palms are sticky as hell, even after a few rounds of washing using BOTH normal dish washing soap AND A-jax powder!
How the hell do you get rid of the sticky, syrapy glue substance?
And for the budding scientific student or chemist: do some research and find out if you could isolate the MOLECULAR COMPOUND for this sticky sap/sugar and make it into a SUPER GLUE product!
I am serious here... this stuff has the strength of super-glue but its flexibility, its fluidness, its VISCOSITY stickiness go way beyond the property of super-glue, which fails when you expose the compound to H20 (before it has a chance to dry, with a hard top layer, that is)...
But this Jackfruit sugary, glooey substance IS NOT neutralized by H20. It is still as sticky after I washed my hands a couple times, as it was before washing...
There must be tons of applications for this highly viscose-like molecular compound, surely! My keyboard is all sticky now, from my fingers!
This is funny, too, but it is also a seriously fuckin' determined glooey sugary compound we're dealing with here, in a scientific manner!