Infamously, durian is banned from public spaces where it is commonly grown, mostly in Asia. This is due to the fruits pungent stench. It's mostly eaten alone or cautiously used to flavour deserts and confectionary.

Durians have a good selection of vitamins and minerals. It's been used in more traditional Malaysian medicinal techniques, but the fruit has yet to have much scientific investigation.

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Water64.99 g
Energy147 kcal
6 %
Protein1.47 g
Fats5.33 g
Carbs27.09 g
Fiber3.8 g
Sugars0 g
Calcium6 mg
Iron0.43 mg
3 %
Magnesium30 mg
8 %
Phosphorus39 mg
3 %
Potassium436 mg
9 %
Sodium2 mg
Zinc0.28 mg
3 %
Copper0.207 mg
23 %
Manganese0.325 mg
20 %
Selenium0 µg
Vit C19.7 mg
30 %
Thiamin0.374 mg
37 %
Riboflavin0.2 mg
20 %
Niacin1.074 mg
8 %
Vit B60.316 mg
26 %
Folate0 µg
Vit B120 µg
Vit A2 µg
Vit E0 mg
Vit D0 µg
Vit K0 µg
Sat Fat0 g
Mono Fat0 g
Poly Fat0 g
Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 mg
Caffeine0 mg