durian fruit


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durian fruit

A prickly fruit from Southeast Asia, the cut flesh of which smells a bit like rotten onions or manure. It has a reputation as an aphrodisiac, given that its fruit contains an oestrogen congener.
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The patch antenna attached on the durian fruit is supported by the planar supporter made of polyurethane foam and wood as shown in Fig.
Stallholders said the pong from the durian fruit was making them feel ill.
99) is made with that peculiar durian fruit of very refreshing taste but terrible smell.
One notable memory of Penang was my close examination of the durian fruit - a beautiful looking delight which smelled worse than the inside of my golf shoes after 36 holes.
They prefer durian fruit (which tastes like sweet, garlicky custard).
Since then, he has opened the first medically supervised day spa and introduced the world of skincare to Glycolic Acid treatments, Pomegranates, Goji berries, and Durian fruit, among other achievements.
A sign in the Siripanna's reception, stating that pungent durian fruit are banned from the premises, has made me determined to give it a try, so I am thrilled when I find a stand selling dozens of them.
Malaysian grown and produced, Musang King Durian fruit is now available to purchase in the UK for the first time.
Flavour is a combination of taste, smell, texture (touch sensation) and other physical features, such as temperatureOur senses can be misled - the durian fruit smells horrible, but it is called the ``King of Fruits'' and tastes deliciousCompared to animals, we have only one-fifth the ability of cats to distinguish between particular smells and tastes, while dogs can differentiate between the smell of clothing worn by non-identical twinsHumans can only identify up to a maximum of four odours in a mixture, regardless of whether the odours are single molecules or a complex one
Many of the former orphans were shocked by their first contact with a Third World Asian city - the chaotic, ever-honking traffic; the crowded, shabby housing; the aggressive beggars and persistent street vendors all blanketed by truck fumes and the rotten-socks smell of ripe durian fruit.
Other candied variations of durian are available at Lola Abon's, as well as the famous frozen durian fruit and ice cream.