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Wednesday, 15 July 2015

The Durian Story : How to open a Durian?

Round the "mulberry bush" still can't  find any durian. Yup..there are some durian at Bentong but by the time we arrive Bentong, no much choice left. Price not really that cheap la

The next day, decided to go buy durian from the Pakcik that is selling durian near my school but unfortunately,  some more came in a 4WD and borong all the durian from him. Sobs...sobs...really no luck.

On the way home, saw a durian truck full of durian . Finally...yippeee... jump out of the car and told the guys to fill up our empty container. 

Beh tahan...while Papa buying coconut water, I walloped some first. Yum yum...not branded durian pun never mind la. Can lepas gian.

Yesterday pass by the Pakcik selling durian near my school. Went and bought those RM10 per longgok durian from him. By right it should be only 4 durians but instead of that he gave us 6 durian and these are not from the longgok pile. He gave use the nice ones. So kind of him.

He opened the "buntut" of the durians for us so that it will be easy for us to peel. Forgotten to bring container.


Mamarazzi  said wanna  train me to "kopek" durian. No need to use screw driver or rock. Just a thick shape knife (her department) , and a piece of cloth. Get the "buntut" open a bit...which the Pakcik had done so for us. Then use your strenght and pull.


There you go. Easy peasy. Can eat liao. Or else you can do what we did. Put the durian into container  and masuk fridge. Let it cold then eat. YUMM.

How to open the two sides of the durian? Just press down at the side. Mamarazzi  even joked said good motoring skill for me wor. Can teach me how to balance the durian and avoid getting poke by the sharp thorns.  The sharper, the thorns, the freshers the durian is.

Have you seen the above video about a group of men eating durians in Facebook  these two days? It seems that the video had gone viral. Many thinks it's  funny how the men open durian and their reaction  after eating that.

Mamarazzi don't  have much sense of humour.  If don't  like then don't  eat. Just say "no thanks". Don't  have make the exaggerated puking motion again and again. You don't wanna eat, other people wanna eat. Moreover puking on table which is not hygiene  at all.





76 comments:

  1. my dear shared me a video to watch, the guy using his hand to open the durian, bare hand and his fist become bleeding after opening durian but he get foc durian to eat.

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    1. wah....ganas leh....but not worth hurting the hand like that

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  2. What a clever boy! You can now open durians at such a young age! Tell mamarazzi to open durians for you and papa to eat since she anti-durians!

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  3. Can lepas gian!!! What a funny word!

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  4. Just take a stainless steel butter knife, poke the durian at the bottom and push in...the fruit will open like a flower. Must be a ripe one , of course. So easy to open.

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    1. nanti the knife also bengkok. LOL...better let the seller do it. That way can also check the quality of the durian. If not ripe or have worms they will change it for us on the spot instead of wasting energy bring home the feel disappointed pulak

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  5. Never open durian in my life before.. Now most sellers open for you, and you just provide your container.. But if those RM10 for 6 those type, dunno, maybe no open for us kot..

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    1. you so lucky ah...got hubby open durian for you

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  6. My kids dont take durian. Small kucing can eat!

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    1. aiysay...maybe when they get older they will eat

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  7. Ha ha..I love the 2nd picture of you "lepas gian" while eating the durian. So yummy! This auntie is also crazy over durian. I already "lepas gian" already!

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    1. It was soooooo niceeeeeee...was coughing so cant eat.......

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  8. Looks easy to open - and delicious.

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    1. If the durian is ripe then it's easy to open :)

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  9. I tried opening once. Not too bad but have to be careful don't kena cucuk.

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  10. Well if there is puking on the table I don't want to watch it! I would like to try the fruit though!

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    1. Yes there is puking on the table.

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  11. I have never eaten a durian, but all the westerners I know HATE the taste and smell of it. Now I'm really curious to try it too.

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  12. oh I just writing a post about durian too
    I like durian....but when I'm kid, i don't like it
    so my taste bud change when aging hahaha
    so hmm those who like durian will like it tightly
    those who dislike it, will get rid of it from far away
    yes I agree with your point of view, if don't like just don't take it
    no points of puking out later...wasting

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    1. some may develope a taste for durian when they are older

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  13. wah.. the durians so laku until Mamarazzi cannot even find one!! maybe the SS2 Prince Durian too good business already, so he borong all durians nationwide in order to cope with his staggering sales, hahaha!! luckily still can find one stall, and so good lah the service.. kopek for you and then masuk into a container.. so more easy and convenient leh~~ :)

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    1. maybe hor...never thought of that. LOL

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  14. oh this can be opened by hand without using knife or anything? I always thought this fruit has a hard shell and opening it requires lot of efforts... your kiddo seems to enjoy this treat hehe.. you can clearly see it on his face

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    1. no lah...the vendor already helped by opening bit at the bottom. hence it's easier to open by hand

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  15. fuyoh, so pandai lah Small Kucing.. while other kucings are just eating their friskies, this Small Kucing already trained to kopek durians and then savor them before Paparazzi and Mamarazzi could reach them.. eih, want to become future Prince Durian of Malaysia?? then have to makan more and gym more already.. and Mamarazzi must prepare to become his manager.. :p

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    1. Muhahaha....ya wor...berangan angan jadi Durian Prince

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  16. errr, can i say "No, thank you" even if Mamarazzi and Small Kucing are not offering me any durians?? actually Uncle SK still okay lah, won't like hate durians that badly, just that he doesn't eat and doesn't like the smell.. unlike some people, see durians like see ghost like that, Uncle SK is okay if got people eating durians around but don't lah make until the whole place is a mess and too "stinky" lah.. :)

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    1. No thank you tak apa as long as dont make puking face at the table ya

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  17. i've never opened a durian myself, congrats to you. :) i love eating durian though, thankfully, hubby knows how to open durian so easily :)

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    1. Oh...you love durian? Nice to know that

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  18. ... would like 2 try durian ... heard many things about it, especially the bad smell??? Next time I am in China Town, I will try some durian for sure, lil kitten ... Love, cat.

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    1. for some it smell bad but me...it's heavenly :)

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  19. errr.. no need to learn la... ask the durian seller to kau tim lor. I also need some durians fix... this weekend before it's over.

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    1. aiyer...cannot always depend on durian seller mah...must learn leh

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  20. i hadn't heard of them before, but they sound interesting and tasty, too!

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    1. It's an acquired taste. Some hate the smell and taste :)

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  21. So many durians! Can't get fresh durians here.. only frozen ones so have never eaten durians for a few years now! Except for durian shake drinks.. lol

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    1. cant beat fresh durian. You must come back during durian season the :)

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  22. I'm not a big fan of durian but craving for it after seeing so many people especially staying in West Malaysia posted about it. It's not durian season yet for Sabah so sad.
    It's good to see Small Kucing enjoyed eating durian. All my family members love durian too except for my two younger brothers. Tak pandai makan. My dad even offered them 1 biji RM100 also they rejected. Silly boys!

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    1. hope by now durian season had started at your side :)

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  23. Saw the video earlier too. Like you said, I don't see it as a funny thingy.Probably we are 'ah lian' lover.

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  24. I should show this to my kids.
    We had durian feast last night.

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    1. ya ka...hahaha...nice hor durian feast

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  25. For me, no need to learn how to open a durian since I don't eat them!

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  26. What an interesting food source.

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  27. Mmm love durian. Haven't had any this season yet but my office is having a durian party next Tues. Can't wait!

    Ai @ Sakura Haruka

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  28. Joshua hoe yeh!! Next time Can open for auntie claire already! Yes, open the durian backside can make things easier... I am missing the duriansssss...

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    1. must know how to open leh. kihkihkih...

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  29. Wah, Small kucing so young knows to open durian! Well done! Good job Mamarazzi to train you to do this. I love to eat durians too and I can only open the durians after the seller split the bottom a bit for me too.

    About the video, I don't even want to give them any more hits so not going to watch them.

    Once again, good to see Small Kucing enjoying the durians!

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  30. so lucky got durian to eat! haha this vdeo, my god.

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  31. Oh yes, I've seen the "German" video! Hahaha! Happy Sunday, dear! xoxo

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  32. I found that video is too exaggerating too, like what you've said, if don't like just don't eat!

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  33. I bought some Musang king from a roadside stall in Benus somewhere after Toyota service center,price in Happy Gdn, KL about the same.

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    1. ya ka.....have not explore there yet

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  34. wah, durian feast!! i dun think i can take much durian these days due to the weather..

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    1. make more leong sui. Cooling. Funny thing...usually this time will see a lot of mangoesteen but this year like not much

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  35. Ya lor... don't like then don't eat lo, so much drama some more. Shame shame. Other people's food don;t make fun ho... Happy Durian Fever Small Kucing!

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  36. Oo your 'lepas gian' face... real food la this boy!

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