[NAFEX] King of fruits? Cross cultural dislikes
Judson L. Frisk
JLFRISK at IOWATELECOM.NET
Fri Sep 18 15:09:32 EDT 2009
How can one not like Lutefisk, a meal we have every Christmas (a loyal
Swede)? Judson L. Frisk
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[mailto:nafex-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org] On Behalf Of Lisa Almarode
Sent: Friday, September 18, 2009 12:21 PM
To: North American Fruit Explorers
Subject: Re: [NAFEX] King of fruits? Cross cultural dislikes
Even in Asia, there are mixed feelings about Durian - I lived in Malaysia
for a while and they don't all agree about it! I tried it only once, the
flavor isn't strong or bad once you get past the smell but I think you have
to learn to get past the smell, and why bother when there were so many other
amazing fruits available...
Perhaps compare it to Limberger and Lutefisk?
Lisa in Oregon
> The best thing about durian, in my humble opinion, is
> quickly it spells out the cultural differences between
> the American taste buds
> & Asian cultures. I've had a number of
> Asian friends over the years
> who do think durian is the king of fruits. It would
> be interesting to
> discover what flavors from North America make them retch.
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