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Tastes of the world's most stinky fruit

The british chef got a shock when he, in the last paragraph of his new tv program 'Uncharted' tasted of the world's most smelly fruit.

During a tour in Indonesia, he decided to take a bite out of the 'infamous' fruit called 'durian'. And he was in no way fond of the taste or the smell. On his Instagram-the story he put a spread out, in which he wrote:

'The fruit, I have at least like to eat.'

It writes multiple media, and here in The Sun you can on a video and more pictures to see how Gordon Ramsay is challenged to the utmost of the smelly fruit.

To see the durian-the fruit out, once you have opened it. Gordon Ramsay believes that it is similar to a human brain. Photo credit: Shutterstock

Durian-the fruit sitting on several species of trees belonging to the Durio genus. In the vernacular it is said that the smell is so bad that it can knock a grown man over the edge. Many believe that the fruit directly smells of rottenness.

There are 30 accredited and recognised Durian-fruits, but only nine of them are edible.

In the section of 'Uncharted', the smell of Gordon Ramsay to the durian-the fruit and says to himself: - Oh my god!

He holds him with his fingers for the nose to avoid the terrible smell.

An indonesian female chef goes to cut the fruit out, so that Gordon can taste it. And Gordon exclaimed:

- It looks like a human brain.

Then he takes a piece of fruit in the mouth, and eventually succeed him to swallow it.

watching the fruit off before it is opened. Photo credit: Shutterstock

the Durian is also in certain parts of the world referred to as 'the king'. The smelly fruit established in southeast Asia. The taste is described as sweetish and insipid.

As the Kristeligt Dagblad three years ago wrote the article 'the Comeback of the world's most stinky fruit', it was also indicated that it f.ex. in Thailand is forbidden to take the durian fruit with the indoor rooms and the elevators at the hotels. It is also forbidden to carry it in shopping bags in the buses and metro. And in the aircraft is the foul-smelling fruit, of course, also a 'no go'.

Here we see Gordon Ramsay in a different situation from the last section of the 'Uncharted', where he strikes a gigantic egg out into a bowl. Photo: Planet Photos

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