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Food adventure in Thailand

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    Posted: 10 June 2020 at 22:00
I am planning for a visit to Thailand as a part of my honeymoon adventure. I came to hear from my friends that Thailand has got so much variety food items to try. She also sent me this link: https://www.fundayholidays.com/blog/are-you-up-for-a-food-adventure-in-thailand/

So, I wanted to know whether anyone over here has tried Thailand cuisine? Please share your experience.
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Welcome to Foods of the World,  Frediq.

If you go to the Southeast Asia forum, you'll find numerous threads dealing with Thai cuisine, as well as culinary insights into other countries in that part of the world. 
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I dated a Vietnamese woman for about a year.  She was one of the boat refugees in the 80's (a harrowing experience) and brought her family here, so it was all traditional food.

It was seriously awesome.  It's still my favourite cuisine.  The ingredients are essentially the same as Thai but I find that Vietnamese tend to use fresh, raw vegetables more in the finished product, while Thai is cooked in.  


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