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Ok, you know who you are. Those of you who like durian (my dad is one of you, but then he also eats Limberger cheese so it makes perfect sense). You can eat the fancy not so stinky durian

But can you eat the far smellier and gooier durian baan?

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You dad sounds like my dad. He used to foul the whole refrigerator with that Limbuger. I like the Durian, but find it so filling I can only eat a little bit.

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which kind of durian are you talking about.... heh....?

1--morn-tong (หมอนทอง meaning gold pillow):

most expensive and consist of mostly yellow flesh and very small hard yellow seeds, i paid wholesale about 20 thb per kilo, retail price depends on region, bkk 350 thb, hatyai 45 thb

2--cha-knee (ชะนี meaning yellowish skinny monkey):

less expensive and consist of larger yellow seeds but is still meaty

3--garn-yaeow (ก้านยาว meaning long stem):

similar to cha-knee

4--baarn (ทุเรียนบ้าน meaning home or local durian):

least expensive and contain mostly of very large yellow seeds. most will not detach from branches unless they are ready for consumption, which can not be said of the other three categories. many would be taken down before they are ready for consumption.... so they can be frozen and packaged and shipped overseas even for a much higher price tag.... :lol:

5--too-rian guan (ทุเรียนกวน):

meat of various kind of durian was detached from seeds and very slowly cooked on a frying pan until it becomes very sticky. i used to receive this kind of durian from my great great grand children on a monthly basis.... if possible try to avoid this type of cooked durian.... our digestive system might not be able to endure all sort of impurities contained in the cooked durian....:o

as a matter of fact, i just consumed the whole 1.3 kg of morn-tong this evening.... in place of my usual dinner.... :D

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I will eat whatever there is available but only in small amounts.

I also love the durian ice-creams .

But when ever i eat durian i can taste it returning for hours .

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For me, eating durian is like going back in time, like 2.000 years

It smell really shitty to me, but must admit that if somebody is

promising me, let´s say, 1.000 baht if I taste a bit, I´ll do it.

other than that for me, through the shit away!!!

Glegolo

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For me, eating durian is like going back in time, like 2.000 years

It smell really shitty to me, but must admit that if somebody is

promising me, let´s say, 1.000 baht if I taste a bit, I´ll do it.

other than that for me, through the shit away!!!

Glegolo

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I love it soft and smelly oh so good. All my thai friends prefer it less soft and smelly.

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You dad sounds like my dad. He used to foul the whole refrigerator with that Limbuger. I like the Durian, but find it so filling I can only eat a little bit.

Mrs Naam buys Limburger for me. she keeps it wrapped on a table in the carport. i wait for one day to let i ripen a bit more and then i sit with her driver and share with him my Limburger (with german dark bread) whilst my dogs are barking angrily and demand to have their share. sooner or later we'll let them out to join the feast. durian? yes, but only when not overripe.

p.s. my dogs reject Durian.

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skb

which kind of durian are you talking about.... heh....?

1--morn-tong (หมอนทอง meaning gold pillow):

most expensive and consist of mostly yellow flesh and very small hard yellow seeds, i paid wholesale about 20 thb per kilo, retail price depends on region, bkk 350 thb, hatyai 45 thb

2--cha-knee (ชะนี meaning yellowish skinny monkey):

less expensive and consist of larger yellow seeds but is still meaty

3--garn-yaeow (ก้านยาว meaning long stem):

similar to cha-knee

4--baarn (ทุเรียนบ้าน meaning home or local durian):

least expensive and contain mostly of very large yellow seeds. most will not detach from branches unless they are ready for consumption, which can not be said of the other three categories. many would be taken down before they are ready for consumption.... so they can be frozen and packaged and shipped overseas even for a much higher price tag.... :lol:

5--too-rian guan (ทุเรียนกวน):

meat of various kind of durian was detached from seeds and very slowly cooked on a frying pan until it becomes very sticky. i used to receive this kind of durian from my great great grand children on a monthly basis.... if possible try to avoid this type of cooked durian.... our digestive system might not be able to endure all sort of impurities contained in the cooked durian....:o

as a matter of fact, i just consumed the whole 1.3 kg of morn-tong this evening.... in place of my usual dinner.... :D

Ate a durian in CM. Called "Ko damm". Perfectly delicious. Took the seeds down to Phuket. Now I have 4 little "Ko damm-trees". Sanuk.

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when you have some time on hand, can you post pix of those little DURIAN trees for us.... thx

skb

which kind of durian are you talking about.... heh....?

1--morn-tong (หมอนทอง meaning gold pillow):

most expensive and consist of mostly yellow flesh and very small hard yellow seeds, i paid wholesale about 20 thb per kilo, retail price depends on region, bkk 350 thb, hatyai 45 thb

2--cha-knee (ชะนี meaning yellowish skinny monkey):

less expensive and consist of larger yellow seeds but is still meaty

3--garn-yaeow (ก้านยาว meaning long stem):

similar to cha-knee

4--baarn (ทุเรียนบ้าน meaning home or local durian):

least expensive and contain mostly of very large yellow seeds. most will not detach from branches unless they are ready for consumption, which can not be said of the other three categories. many would be taken down before they are ready for consumption.... so they can be frozen and packaged and shipped overseas even for a much higher price tag.... :lol:

5--too-rian guan (ทุเรียนกวน):

meat of various kind of durian was detached from seeds and very slowly cooked on a frying pan until it becomes very sticky. i used to receive this kind of durian from my great great grand children on a monthly basis.... if possible try to avoid this type of cooked durian.... our digestive system might not be able to endure all sort of impurities contained in the cooked durian....:o

as a matter of fact, i just consumed the whole 1.3 kg of morn-tong this evening.... in place of my usual dinner.... :D

Ate a durian in CM. Called "Ko damm". Perfectly delicious. Took the seeds down to Phuket. Now I have 4 little "Ko damm-trees". Sanuk.

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Seems self evident if you re-read my post and yours nakachalet. i just don't add an R to baan.

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skb

which kind of durian are you talking about.... heh....?

1--morn-tong (หมอนทอง meaning gold pillow):

most expensive and consist of mostly yellow flesh and very small hard yellow seeds, i paid wholesale about 20 thb per kilo, retail price depends on region, bkk 350 thb, hatyai 45 thb

2--cha-knee (ชะนี meaning yellowish skinny monkey):

less expensive and consist of larger yellow seeds but is still meaty

3--garn-yaeow (ก้านยาว meaning long stem):

similar to cha-knee

4--baarn (ทุเรียนบ้าน meaning home or local durian):

least expensive and contain mostly of very large yellow seeds. most will not detach from branches unless they are ready for consumption, which can not be said of the other three categories. many would be taken down before they are ready for consumption.... so they can be frozen and packaged and shipped overseas even for a much higher price tag.... :lol:

5--too-rian guan (ทุเรียนกวน):

meat of various kind of durian was detached from seeds and very slowly cooked on a frying pan until it becomes very sticky. i used to receive this kind of durian from my great great grand children on a monthly basis.... if possible try to avoid this type of cooked durian.... our digestive system might not be able to endure all sort of impurities contained in the cooked durian....:o

as a matter of fact, i just consumed the whole 1.3 kg of morn-tong this evening.... in place of my usual dinner.... :D

like to eat occasionally have never known that there were various types.

can anyone say which is the most smelly type

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