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Swede’s love at first bite – durian

BALIK PULAU: It was love at first bite for Swedish student Gabriel Granback when he first tasted durian two weeks ago.

Now, the 23-year-old can consume about 10 durians a day either for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

“I first tasted durians in Thailand. I thought it was really good. Later, I did some research on the Internet and found out that in Malaysia, the best durians come from Penang.

“The durians here are on another level. The smell and taste are sensational and they cannot be found in Thailand.

“The taste is like a creamy vanilla fudge with chocolate. I could have it for breakfast, lunch, and di…
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