OTS: How to Slaughter a Durian Champedak
My friend was telling me to do more How-To videos to accompany my recipes. It would definitely help my readers understand what I am writing sometimes. I am not very good at these things, so I told him that I will only do One Take Sessions (after seeing someone else on YouTube doing it). So here’s my very few OTS(s) that I did last time, and maybe I might do more of these How-To OTS.
So this is my classic OTS: How to Slaughter a Durian Champedak. If you haven’t had the chance to eat the Champedak, then you are really missing out or living in some isolated part of Singapore where they don’t sell fruits. If you’re not from Singapore, then take a holiday and come visit us. And while you’re here, please have some Durian Champedak. The heavenly flavour is unforgettable.
The only problem with buying a Durian Champedak, is the trouble of having to open it yourself. It is a very sticky fruit, and the sap of the fruit will cause your fingers to be really uncomfy. You therefore really need to have rubber gloves, and to open the fruit, you need to oil the knife that you’re using. Only then it will be easier for you to wash the knife.
It’s called Durian Champedak is because of the pungent flavour and the fact that it has a strong smell. If the fruit is very ripe, it does resemble the smell of a durian. Have fun, enjoy the fruit.