Following quite a while of not realizing what they were brought in English, it at long last turned out to be evident that they are known as gum berries. They don’t develop in Britain as far as anyone is concerned, yet they do develop in the States, so please excuse my numbness. For those perusers who don’t comprehend what they will be, they are green and round, and do look like a green olive. They are sticky when newly picked and youngsters in the Punjab locale of Pakistan utilize them as paste.
You can eat them crude, yet they taste dry and are vastly improved in pickles. Utilize unripe green gum berries for the formula beneath which my significant other and I prepared in our endeavors to imitate the pickle I had so delighted in on my first day in Pakistan.( People here in Pakistan utilize the ready yellow product of the gum berry tree as a vegetable.)
In the Punjab there are individuals called “changar” (Pakistani rovers) who used to, maybe still do, live in timberlands, and it is said that before they rest, they clear the territory they will rest in with a floor brush produced using twigs and branches of the gum berry tree keeping in mind the end goal to shield themselves from shrewdness.
Likewise the expression to ‘stick like paste’ to somebody in English is to stick like Lasora in Urdu and Punjabi. This expression is utilized particularly when little youngsters won’t abandon you alone.Pakistan is our neighbor, additionally our most noteworthy foe alongside China. Chanakya our old savant has expressed that to vanquish your adversary you should know every little thing about him.