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Q: What's the craziest Chinese fruit you've eaten in China?

I've been eating that crazy giant orange/grapefruit thing, but the craziest would have to be that smelly, pointy fruit that Rob Schneider fell on in "Double Impact". When I eat it I liek it, but when I don't eat, I don't liek it!

 

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8 years 14 weeks ago in  Food  - Other cities

 
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Durian. Tasted it once. Don't need to taste it again. It is awful in any imaginable way. Painful to touch, difficult to open, tastes horrible, smells worse, the consistency is that of nothing else. 

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Mangosteen: it's so beautiful and purple on the outside and white and silky on the inside. But actually what made my first time eating a mangosteen so memorable was that a hundred little bugs came racing out when I cracked the skin open. A crazy experience!

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Love all of them - Durian, mangosteen, jackfruit, longan...Fujian has it all smiley

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Peach with 3 worms in it.  I didn't know until I bit into it and 2 dropped onto the table, and then I looked up and saw the 3rd one wriggling out.  Don't eat peaches people, they bad.

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Snakes Egg also known as Salak, it's quite a dry sour fruit that usually is served with some sugar on it to take away it's zing.

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