A customer in Hyderabad, India, is finding out the hard way.
The man has become so addicted to the dried fruit he eats it in one bite and it tastes like it’s made out of dried rice.
It’s all part of a new trend in the Indian capital that started after the death of Ayub Khan, who built the country’s first mosque and the largest mosque in the world.
Khan, who died in 2013, built a mosque in a mosque-turned-condominium, which was converted into a mosque.
He was killed in a car accident in 2017.
He built the mosque and later a second one for his grandson, who also built a Mosque.
He also built the Taj Mahal, which is built on the same site.
The temple was built in his honour, and he is buried in a small plot in the city.
But this time around, Khan’s grandson is trying to get his name back.
And he’s looking for people who want to help him.
“It’s not like it was an accident that he died, I want to be here,” said Mohammed Abdul Rahman, who has been making dried fruit rolls for Rahman.
“I’m not really worried about it, I’m just trying to make it more popular,” Rahman said.
Rahman, a taxi driver, has been selling dried fruit to his customers for years.
Now, he says he’s seen an uptick in demand.
“There are a lot of people who are desperate for dried fruit.
They are getting it in bulk, but they want to buy in bulk,” Rahman told CNN.
He said people have been buying the rolls from him for years, and sometimes the customers even bring their friends.
“I’ve sold them to some people who have lost their jobs, but there’s no way I can afford it,” Rahman explained.
“We’ve sold dried fruit for the last three years, it’s almost sold out.
And the prices have been high,” Rahman added.”
Now we’re getting orders from abroad,” he added.
He’s also found customers who are buying it as well.
“It’s been selling for several months now, but the demand is getting more and more,” he said.
“This is just the beginning, I think we will start to see more people coming here,” Rahman concluded.