A durian by any other smell doesn't taste as sweet

04/10/2007 | NYTimes.com

Depending on the person, durian, a Southeast Asian fruit, might be described as smelling like trash, moldy cheese or rotten fish -- a fact that led to it being banned from many hotels and airlines and from Singapore's subway. Lovers of the spiky fruit insist, however, it tastes better the worse it smells -- and they're not happy a Thai government scientist says he can get rid of the bad odor.

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