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Jessica Chastain Feb 7
I’m in love with The King Of Fruits 👑
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New Straits Times Apr 22
: About 20 sellers have since taken to to sell durians.
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Dominic Hulme Jan 11
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Ian Apr 8
Thailand's favorite farmer isn't going to let coronavirus delay the harvest. ( More pics )
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Sydney Uni Media Feb 26
Yes, this is real: Researchers from have come up with a way to use 🍈 fruit waste to create energy stores for rapid charging 🔌
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Chris Razukas Apr 25
"Only the Thais could have pulled this off – along with their shirts as well, that is."
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Find Me In Seattle Mar 10
While in Bangkok... first time this farang is eating fresh Durian and idk what y’all are talking about it’s delicious. Lots of people think it taste like death and rotting flesh.
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Alan Ha Apr 30
mille crepes 👌🏼 thanks theusualcafe for the hookup! @ Cabramatta, New South Wales
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ProjectExplorer Apr 7
It's arguably the world's most challenging fruit...and not because of it's spiky shell. In short may be delicious but it stinks! just added to our Eat the World stream. 👇Watch via link below👇
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Free Malaysia Today Feb 21
Delays in clearing frozen durians reported at ports hit by shortage of workers.
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AlgaeCal May 1
isn't exactly ugly, but it made our list due to it's (very) stinky aroma. Packed with fiber & minerals, see why we love durian:
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New Straits Times Apr 21
: In compliance with the , sellers are also providing services for their customers.
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snackjackjerky Apr 6
With up to 70% of wasted each year from an overabundance of fruit and people avoiding the world's stinkiest fruit altogether, it's great to see energy innovation that also solves the jackfruit- waste problem!
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KnowOrNotPodcast Mar 15
We hang with Ah Seng Durian, an innovative seller of a stinky yet delicious thorny fruit that farmers love cos it outearns rubber and palm oil in Asia.
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TRF Climate Mar 9
Researchers have found a way to use waste from Asia's beloved stinky & jackfruit to store electricity from
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Naren Menon Mar 14
Fruit: A Smell So Rotten, a Taste So Sweet | Just eat only lah!
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Stan Cabigas May 24
Creamy and delicious
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libijian May 21
will be the largest market for tropical fruits including durian, the king of fruits. Make full use of the booming online shopping haddles to win more business.
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🌜🅽🅰🅳 🅰🅽🅸🆃🆉🌛 Apr 27
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Dominic Hulme Jan 8
My dad and grandad try durian! VIDEO OUT ON YOUUBE SOON! Leave a comment if you have tried or have no tried durian/ your thoughts about this special fruit! . . . . .
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