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Mara G.

Does this one taste like custardy, sweet rotten onions, too? I cannot get past that rotten onions taste, no matter how many times I've tried.

Dave Cook

From my brief writeup you'd gather, I hope, that the texture, flavor, and aroma of this fresh durian — we paid extra for a premium-grade specimen — were superior to that of the frozen durians found in the States. Like many foodstuffs I've covered on Eating In Translation, durians are best enjoyed on their own ground.

Iggy Pop

I have had durian and it is very good and doesn't smell as bad as I thought it would. Definitely worth trying if you enjoy food.

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