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  • - Oh my god.

  • Hey guys, it's Inga.

  • So, as some of you might know,

  • a while ago my friend Ade

  • has been asking me to mix a bunch of things together

  • like every kind of cookie mix, every kind of cereal,

  • every kind of cake mix to form into

  • completely new creations

  • and this time, knowing how much I love fruit,

  • he has asked me to mix every single kind of fruit

  • you could possibly find into a pie.

  • He just dropped off a giant box of fruits.

  • I don't really know what's in there yet.

  • So, let's open it up.

  • Watermelon, yellow watermelon, banana,

  • figs, plantain, prickly pear, plum, nectarine,

  • kiwi, lemon, pomegranate, peach, orange,

  • mango, a soursop, dates, quince.

  • One of this is a tangerine and one of this is a mandarin.

  • Grapefruit, apple, pear, green grapes,

  • two little things of lychee,

  • longans, guava, smooshed dragonfruit.

  • Got a coconut.

  • I don't know how to break this open yet but I will.

  • (water sloshing)

  • Jujubes, a lime, strawberries, some raspberries,

  • blackberry, blueberry, a velvet apricot, cherries.

  • Avocado because avocado is a fruit!

  • Passion fruit which I'm super pumped about.

  • Rambutans, breadfruit, cantaloupe, pineapple.

  • We have Korean melon, papaya, honeydew,

  • Korean pears, tomatoes

  • which is surprisingly also a fruit and not a vegetable

  • so yes, there will be tomato in this pie.

  • Okay, there's three more.

  • These are frozen so I almost forgot but acerola,

  • jackfruit and of course some durian.

  • There's literally so much fruit.

  • What I'm gonna do now is basically cut up

  • every single kind of fruit here.

  • This is what I have right now.

  • You guys can see, this is a full picture of

  • all the different kinds of fruit.

  • What I'm gonna do now is actually toss each type of fruit

  • into this bowl and I'm gonna add just a little bit of sugar

  • and macerate the fruit

  • and then just let the juices drain

  • so then my pie won't be crazy soggy.

  • Hopefully that juice I can condense it again

  • back into a syrup that will be like this glorious

  • 50 different type of fruit syrup.

  • I am still starting on a fairly normal note.

  • The apple and pear will hopefully help balance

  • the crazy out.

  • I think my only experience with plantains is

  • the deep fried ones.

  • I am curious to know how it's gonna taste in pie.

  • Generally for pie I know we try to avoid

  • super watery fruit and watermelon is literally water.

  • Papaya does have a softer texture

  • so I feel like this is just going to

  • completely disintegrate in the pie.

  • Bananas, probably gonna add a bit of creaminess.

  • Cherries.

  • I love passion fruit.

  • I almost want it to taste

  • more like passionfruit than anything else.

  • All my berries.

  • Plums, beautiful color.

  • Dates.

  • Dates are very chewy though.

  • Not really sure how that's gonna add.

  • Next up we have some guava which is again

  • just smells really nice, like slightly floral.

  • Velvet apricot, it almost looks like apricot jam

  • at this point which I think is not a bad thing at all

  • so, tropical flavors

  • think is gonna be really nice in the pie.

  • What's gonna be not so nice are these tomatoes.

  • Even though tomato itself isn't savory,

  • for some reason when I think of tomatoes,

  • I think of savory things.

  • Could be good, could be really bad

  • but this is going on there.

  • This is some soursop.

  • I'm gonna try actually a little bit.

  • Mmm, there's some sort of floral notes to it.

  • I feel like this could be really good.

  • Breadfruit I've never had as well.

  • It has almost like a spongy texture.

  • It smells really nice.

  • Prickly pear.

  • The only time I've had prickly pear was in a margarita.

  • Rambutan, this is what it looks like.

  • On the outside it's like a little alien.

  • It's almost like finding a pearl on the inside.

  • In Chinese cuisine, we use longan for a lot of desserts

  • so I feel like it could work.

  • A bit of green.

  • Avocado.

  • Avocado and condensed milk

  • is actually a really good dessert.

  • It could potentially add a creaminess to the pie.

  • Figs are also not too crazy in dessert.

  • Fig jam is one of my favorite jams.

  • Korean melon, very similar to

  • I think honeydew and cantaloupe.

  • It does have a slightly crunchier texture.

  • Quince which is known as being

  • a crossover between apple and pear.

  • I feel like a pie made just with quince

  • might be really good.

  • Korean pear, absolutely love.

  • It's very juicy.

  • Jujube, one of the things that we use for desserts a lot.

  • Mango, probably my most favorite fruit.

  • Tangerine and also mandarin

  • give it a little bit of citrusy burst.

  • Jackfruit, it looks very much like durian on the outside.

  • A very pungent smell.

  • Not opposed to it just not sure how it is in pie.

  • Next up, oh, durian.

  • My mom always said the stronger smelling a durian is,

  • the better it's gonna taste and I completely agree.

  • This one that I bought specifically is from Malaysia

  • and it is known for being extremely potent

  • in terms of smell.

  • It's probably gonna be amazing.

  • That's going in.

  • You know how they normally add lemon juice to fruits

  • for a fruit pie?

  • This is kinda the same concept.

  • This is lime.

  • Then the rest of my citrus fruits.

  • Pomegranates, squeeze in there.

  • And then I have the acerola puree which is my last fruit.

  • Now for our gorgeous bowl of fruits.

  • I am gonna add sugar in here and

  • mix it up.

  • I'm gonna eyeball this part

  • 'cause I feel like we already have so much sweetness.

  • I feel like the strong smelling fruits

  • are really standing out, so the durian, the jackfruit.

  • Looks pretty interesting right now.

  • Let it chill for a little bit.

  • Wait until it releases all that juice.

  • Drain it and go from there.

  • So this is what my fruit looks like right now.

  • It has been sitting for a while and

  • this is the amount of juice it gave me.

  • So, it's not that much juice compared to let's say

  • if I did the same process to apples.

  • But I am still gonna reduce it over the stove top.

  • After that's done and cooled, I can then put it in the pie.

  • It looks like this right now, it's very gooey,

  • very oobleckey.

  • Smells a little bit interesting.

  • I almost feel like I get a little bit of tomato.

  • You know when you're making tomato sauce?

  • I'm gonna taste it really quick.

  • Okay it's very sweet because of obviously the added sugar

  • but I am getting notes of jackfruit.

  • I'm so confused because it just tastes like

  • you know when you have a fruit smoothie

  • and it's just a combination of everything.

  • Anyways, go ahead and add this into the fruit.

  • So far, so good.

  • I feel like they've softened a little bit which is nice.

  • Suddenly it smells like jackfruit and durian again.

  • So I guess the strong smelling ones really do win over

  • but we will see what it looks like after I

  • pop it in the oven.

  • Just go ahead and put my fillin' in.

  • It actually looks pretty good.

  • I am now going to just do a lattice pie crust.