It has a yogurt like consistency and has a creamy texture and a vanilla like flavor and smells equally nice.
- Hell yeah, I've tried that and its great!
- Haven't tried it but it sounds fantastic so I'd give it a go
- Doesn't really sound like my thing
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You have the most fascinating takes on food. First, you had that question about uni where you described it as a "mild" flavor. Uni is not mild and in my opinion, tastes like something that is more of a chemical (like a cleaner) than a food item. It's best eaten when mixed with lots and lots of butter then tossed with pasta as the butter heavily mutes its flavor.
Now, you post about durian. A vanilla-like flavor with a pleasant smell? What on Earth are you talking about? Durian doesn't taste that bad -- to me, it tastes like very, very sweet onions, but that's definitely not vanilla. However that smell... while it's not as bad as people say it is (most say it smells like rotting garbage), I actually would say it smells like the stuff that they put in natural gas so that you can detect when there is a gas leak (natural gas is actually odorless so the scent that you smell when you're trying to light your gas stove is actually an additive).