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If you have to think about, you don't know the answer. The answer is durian, and although I have not spent much time in its indigenous Southeast Asia, where it is relished or reviled, I could write a novelette of anecdotes of this strangest of fruits; so strange in proven fact that durian deserves a classification of it is rather own. I first encountered this space alien oddity two decades ago as a young man roaming the streets of Bangkok. As if I had not already had enough within the way of strange and foreign sights, sounds, and yes, smells, I noticed a faint whiff of something I had never encountered before. The further I walked, the stronger the odor became, and I could only think that raw sewage was leaking from a pipe somewhere. I turned a corner however and got a frontal assault of both the smell and it is source: durian! Dozens of durian split open in half, their pale yellow bulbs of flesh resting within their spiky and dangerous husks (it's possible to bleed to death from wounds inflicted by a durian falling on your head). Alarmed and bewildered, as I had not been since I was a child, I walked on in 40C heat, perplexed and uncertain as to what else I might encounter.

Durian is strongest flavored of all fruits and its aroma is extremely potent. Its taste is rich, powerful, and explodes on click the next website palate, going right into the sinus cavities. It probably tastes better than it smells though, something between very ripe banana, fresh onion, avocado (whose texture it resembles), and well, durian. It's as sweet as pudding and quite hard to swallow except in small pieces.

Durian is a fruit that some claim comes not from this world but from heaven (some undoubtedly claim another place). It's glorious, intoxicating, sublime, and for a number of spend per hour or maybe two nibbling on it in contented leisure. One thing is for sure: durian could be a lot of things to many individuals, but forgettable is just not one of them. To those forced to eat durian or who dare to do so despite their revulsion, durian can be unforgiving and also the imbiber may regret his decision for hours as well as days later. In fact, once one encounters durian it is unlikely that at least some impression of this oddest of fruits will not last a lifetime.

There happen to be many attempts to make the taste of durian more palatable or to dilute it. Companies have, among other attempts, made it into chewy candy, flavored ice-cream with it, made it into puddings, and put it into durian cream cookie wafers to present it to an audience wider than its diehard fans But the fact remains that you either like durian or you don't, no matter where you come from. And if you like it, you probably love it, and if not you probably hate it, even in cookie form. I myself have tried in vain to think of ways to use it as a secret ingredient. It's just too unwieldy. (For the record, I have tried to like durian- I want to like it because I know it must be really special once you know its secret. I have tried five times with no success- I can barely get the normal amount down.)

The stench (or aroma) of fresh durian is so severe that most housewives in Southeast Asia force their husbands and their friends to eat it only outside- lest the smell permeate the rugs and pillows of the house. In all reality, if one were to say in either case, eating durian is rather a masculine thing to do. Daily within the hottest parts of Asia are scenes of men gathered out back exchanging soft but potent hunks of durian and swapping good jokes or exchanging heated political opinions. The durian shell itself is manly. Hard with strong and quite dangerous large spiky thorns, it could literally be used as a medieval weapon, and probably has.

In countries where the durian is prolific, there are several laws and regulations in city as well as national charters as to where people can buy, cut, and eat durian. Many hotels forbid their guests to bring durian in to the hotel, and should the room stinks of durian the next day guests are fined. In some places they could even be arrested! Durian, without a doubt, will be the most controversial fruit on the globe.