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Thai Tofu Noodle Soup with Lemongrass

30. December 2010

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This simple recipe and It’s a great natural remedy if you’re fighting a cold or flu bug, and will boost your mood too. It’s the lemongrass that does it – this added to a variety of healthy greens and a mound of thin gluten-free rice noodles. Combined with vegetable broth and coconut milk, this delicious […]

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Food and Mood

30. December 2010

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You are the one or not.The feeling that woke up in the morning. Emotion is not clear as it should be. (Not counting symptoms bored or tired of school work), despite sleeping sufficiently Cause of the food sources that affect mood. Overseas research studies and academic papers on the role of nutrients with Mood in […]

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Thai food not only taste good but also can cure cold fever

29. December 2010

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We also know that vitamin C helps to relieve cold symptoms. And you know that there are Thai food that can help treat flu in preliminary , But some people might forget Foods that can help to blow Snot away and good for nasal congestion and make it clear, is spicy food, Containing ingredients such […]

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Extract found from banana – ginger Prevent ulcers in the stomach

29. December 2010

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Thailand Institute of Scientific and Technological Research (TISTR) found extracted from banana and Ginger used to prevent ulcers in the stomach better. Will develop and broadcast commercial pellets.About two years study and research extracted from the banana and ginger to produce a dietary supplement from a plant, is ” Musacid” for treatment and prevention of […]

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Healthy Tip with White Tea

25. December 2010

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Nowadays, health lovers turned to drink healthy by nature and stuff, and tea is the most popular in Europe and the United States at this time to give “white tea, is the top end of the tea to Buds are Similar needle Are covered in white fur is the origin of the name is called […]

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Star Fruit in Mango-Orange Sauce

25. December 2010

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This special dessert recipe is beautiful to serve, plus easy to make and healthy too! It starts with slices of fresh star fruit (instructions on how to buy and prepare star fruit are included). Star fruit is similar in texture and taste to apples, and while it can be eaten fresh, in this recipe the […]

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Stir-fried Pork with Long Green Beans and Salted Soy Bean

25. December 2010

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This is Quick and easy stir-fried recipe called “Mu Phat Tao Jiao Thua Fak Yao” Ingredients 200 g. long green beans 250 g. sliced pork 3 cloves garlic 1 Tbsp thin soy sauce (or fish sauce) 2 Tbsp oyster sauce 1 1/2 salted soy bean 1 1/2 sugar 2 Tbsp vegetable oil Preparation 1. Wash […]

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Thai Jicama Salad for the Holidays!

25. December 2010

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Jicama (‘Man Kaeo’ in Thai) is a scrumptious part of this Thai Salad which is delicious anytime, but is particularly wonderful for serving around Christmas. If you can’t find jicama at your local supermarket, green apple can be substituted. Nuts that can be used include peanuts, cashews, or slivered almonds. I’ve also added cranberries for […]

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Thai Lettuce Wraps Recipe

25. December 2010

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This Thai lettuce wraps recipe is quick and easy to make. Lettuce wraps are also a fun dish to eat, either as an appetizer or as part of a main course. Serve the filling on a platter with whole lettuce leaves on the side, and let your friends and family wrap their own. They’ll love […]

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Peanut Sauce

25. December 2010

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While most Western versions of peanut sauce are made with peanut butter, this Thai peanut sauce recipe starts with real peanuts – and you’ll taste the difference! At the same time, it’s super easy and quick to make. This peanut sauce can be used for a variety of purposes, from a dip for veggies to […]

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