Durian is often considered the king of fruits and the d13 type of durian is considered the most superior popular durian in all of Singapore. Although it has a quite persistent and pungent smell, which has made the fruit prohibited from being carried in several public places, it is still widely famous in Singapore for its creamy texture and bittersweet taste it has and affordability. The fruit has a bold, opaque, and vibrant yellow flesh. It is this flesh that is responsible for its infamous taste and texture. All these factors make it the most sought-after durian in all of Singapore.
How the d13 durian is incorporated in local cuisine.
Durians are of various types, and each differs in size, shape, and taste. Although the d13 durian is not the most superior or sought-after durian, it’s still quite popular since it’s the only durian that’s cheap, affordable, and does not compromise on quality. It has quite distinctive features and can be recognized easily in supermarkets and other grocery stores, with usually a brown ring and spikes. In fact, many people tend to sell the d13 as red prawns to fetch a higher price. This fact goes on to speak to the quality of the d13. The durian is an immensely popular fruit that is found in local cuisines across Singapore. It can be considered one of the staples in the diet of the people of Singapore. It is a highly nutritious fruit and is protein and power-packed, therefore is widely loved.