Hedge apples, also known as osage oranges, are generally considered inedible. This is largely due to the unpalatable taste of its fruit despite its orange-like smell. However, hedge apples are non-poisonous. And those who can look past the hedge apple's bumpy, ugly exterior, eat its seeds.
Chop the hedge apple in half.
Use a spoon to scoop out the tiny seeds in its center.
Rub the seeds under running water to remove the slimy coating that covers each of them.
Eat the seeds raw or roasted. Dispose of the fruit after trying a small piece for experience's sake.