How to Avoid Bad Durian and Not to Be Scammed by a Durian Vendor

Here are some attributes to look out for when choosing durian.

Texture

Perfectly ripe durian should have a creamy texture, soft not rubbery with fruity vanilla-flowery, caramel aroma.

Knocking Sound

I observed that durian lovers before buying the fruit, shake it first and listen. I was wondering what they were listening for? It turns out that they listen for the knocking sound of the seed. So when the durian is ideally ripe the seed will loosen up from the shell and create clear rattling noise when you shake the fruit. Then you know its time to eat it!

Colour of the Spikes

Durian spikes colour should be green at the base and tips should be brown.

Smell

Take a durian and sniff along the seams or split lines of the durian. The smell should not be faint and neither overpowering it should be a heavenly pungent aroma.

Taste

I learnt that its taste depends on the age of its tree. The younger the tree the sweeter the fruit. The mature tree will yield more bitter fruit.

Tips:

The thing about durian its either under riped or over riped. If it is unripe, the skin is hard and tough to open. Over riped durian will have deep cracks around its shell and it looks like the flesh is about to pop out of the husk then you know that this durian is old and pick another one.

Durian that already has been opened with a knife it most likely that someone else has already tested rejected it.

Paying the highest price it doesn’t mean that you will get the best quality. It is easy to scam when it comes to types of durian. It is better to go for cheaper durians but go for a few rather just trying one.

Here are some clues to help you avoid bad durian.

Strong with plants how to spot bad durian
Clues to avoid bad durian

Check out all you can eat durian buffet for abundant durian fruits.

I wrote Tips for visiting Durian farm, you can it find here.

Know about the types of durian you can try in Malaysia you can find in this article.

LaBante Fashion with respect

by | Oct 1, 2019

Categories

Advert

TheVeganKind Lifestyle Box

Advert

Colourful serum bottles on beige plinths with colourful cut out shapes and ingredients imagery.

About the Author

<a href="https://strongwithplants.com/author/inga/" target="_self">Inga K</a>

Inga K

Inga became vegan in March 2018. After a series of documentaries that hit hard, she and her husband switched to a plant-based diet within a week and vegan soon after.Inga has a UK Level 5 Advanced Diploma in Diet and Nutrition.

Advert

£100 Free Credit Banner

Strongwithplants.com is a blog for anyone who strives for a healthy and happy life. We share healthy plant-based (and often oil-free) recipes and give you the best tips on finding vegan local food whilst travelling, promoting a plant-based lifestyle focusing on good health and spiritual wellbeing.

A plant-based lifestyle is not about giving up. It’s about embracing all that’s good. Eat food that doesn’t harm your body, animals, or the planet. Use a little as possible and recycle everything. Eat local and unprocessed food to minimise your carbon footprint. Avoid buying anything that contributes to animal suffering.

Each individual’s dietary needs and restrictions are unique to the individual. Please seek advice from a professional nutritionist or your doctor.

Please see the full disclaimer here.

 

Advert

e-Giftcard

Advert

GreenBay Vegan Groceries Delivered

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published.