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In English it’s called snake fruit, but in Malaysia it’s known more commonly as salak. One of my favorite things to do in Kuala Lumpur is go to Chow Kit Market, and that’s exactly where I picked up this bag of salak.
Snake fruit, as you may recall from my previous article, has potential to stop one up. So just make sure you leave that little white film on the flesh of the fruit when you eat it.
It almost tastes like an overripe, beginning to ferment apple, and that’s a great thing!
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