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July 15, 2020

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  • Interesting read, food is a great introduction to a culture and also conversation starter when travellling.

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  • I love this!

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  • Vietnam. I love Asian food. Having travelled over the years to Bali, Thailand, Fiji, Vietnam… I love some of their local foods. I’m not a heat or spice lover, but have managed to find many options that are just delicious and now some of my faves.

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  • I cook Asian meals quite often, mainly Thai food. Once you have all the basic ingredients you can make many meals for many months till they run out – and every dish is so different and unique. Thanks for posting your idea of the thermomix, but my wok on the gas stove does a beautiful job, and an ordinary frying pan will also work well.

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  • All of these Asian dishes sound incredible. I love the idea of making it a whole experience. Mmmm now where to first? :)

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  • Our family is mostly a “meat and potatoes” food family. I used to love cooking Italian and Chinese recipes but it’s just too expensive anymore. Plus there’s only 2 of us and I’m the only one who likes these dishes now.

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  • I love eating Asian foods although don’t attempt cooking them because they usually have too many ingredients and it ends up being quite costly for one family meal.

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  • Our family love Asian foods mostly Indian. We try to make them at home.

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  • My husband loves Asian foods !

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  • Asian food has o many different flavours and spices, so delicious

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  • Buy some cultural decorations, maybe an outfit and turn it into a real experience

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  • I don’t really like Asian foods much, but my husband and kids enjoy them.

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  • I’m not a big cook but would love someone to cook Vietnamese food for me!


    • Vietnamese food is a favourite food – love the flavours.

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  • I like international kitchen. Not so difficult to make

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  • We have always had international food as part of our meals and meal planning. We have always cooked food from other countries and taken the opportunity to learn about other cultures. It is a fun and delicious way to explore the world from your kitchen!

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