Scientists Smell Success With Durian Wine - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

In Singapore, it's known as the "King of Fruits". But it's not for everyone. Durian has an extremely pungent smell -- some say downright foul. It's even been banned in public buses and trains. But that hasn't deterred Christine Lee and Fransisca Taniasuri, researchers at the University of Singapore. They're turning durian into wine, although according to Assistant Professor Liu Shao Quan, the fruit's firm pulp must first be modified before fermentation can begin.



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