A team of researchers at the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) may have given durian fans another reason to hail the king of fruits.
The scientists have found a way to turn durian seeds into a food stabiliser (a binding ingredient used to give food items a uniform texture) and probiotics - good bacteria that, when consumed, help people to maintain a healthy digestive system.
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