Breadfruit, a member of the jackfruit family, is the weirdest (and maybe the greatest) food you've never heard of. When cooked, this tropical superfruit is actually very similar in texture to that of freshly baked bread, hence its name. Like bread, breadfruit is an amazing source of carbohydrates (27 g), as well as plant-based proteins, vitamins, essential amino acids, minerals, and the list goes on. In fact, one large single fruit can satisfy the daily carb needs of a family of five. One study even found that when ground, breadfruit yields a gluten-free flour that trumps regular wheat flour in protein, fat, and ash contents. This superfruit also does good for the world as it's being cultivated in developing countries to help combat protein deficiency and food insecurity.