Culinary specialist Kentetsu Koh visits a village of indigenous people in the northern part of Malaysia's Borneo island to experience their straight-from-nature cuisine. Most of the ingredients and tools they use come from the jungle, including bamboo. It's both a food and a cooking utensil. The villagers cook rice inside a bamboo tube and make one-of-a-kind dishes by stewing meat, vegetables, and fish. Kentetsu also enjoys nibbles made from durian and -- for something to drink -- a palm wine.