Nork Kachi To, Kung Yit D24, Chanee, Mon Thong
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Called the king of fruits in Southeast Asia, this fruit is very controversial - you either love it or you hate it. It is renowned and loathed for its flavor and odor. Its stench, likened to caramelized onions or fermented fish, is cause for its prohibition in public transport and hotels. This particular fruit is yellow when ripe, oblong and has a hard thorny shell. The inside has long cavities filled with custard-like cream colored pulp and large elliptical tan seeds that are edible when cooked. The pulp flavor has been described as a mix between caramel, onion and almond. Thanks to possessing the most sulfur compounds of any fruit the durian has this bizarre and extraordinary flavor profile. The tree reaches 25 to 50 meters tall and requires a tropical humid climates with a mean temperature above 22 degrees Celsius to fruit.
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