The seeds of the jackfruit are both edible and healthy. They’ve been linked to a variety of health benefits, including better digestion and lower cholesterol. However, if eaten raw, they may reduce nutrient absorption and raise the risk of bleeding in those taking certain drugs. Once cooked and skinned, jackfruit seed is edible. Boiling the seed and peeling the thin husk is the simplest method. Boiling the seeds gives them a boiled potato and taro flavor. It’s light and fluffy.