Corn Milk

Vietnamese Corn Milk (2)

Vietnamese Corn Milk Soy milk and corn milk are healthy nutrient-rich drinks for everybody. Corn milk is smelling and greasy so that it can win hearts of all ages. Corn milk is served hot or cold. Corn milk contains fibre, vitamins, minerals, protein, carbs, sugar, antioxydant and oil. It protects us from constipation and celiac disease. Corn milk contains high […]

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Hoi An Cao Lau

Cao Lau Hoi An

Hoi An Cao Lau Anyone come to Hoi An shouldn’t miss the foremost traditional Cao Lau of the Hoi An ancient town. Walking around old houses, it’s not difficult to see many traditional restaurants and waitresses in dark Ao Dai. Cao Lau is a must in menu of these restaurants because it has become the […]

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Vietnamese Rice Vermicelli Sheets (Banh Hoi)

Vietnamese Question Cake

Vietnamese Rice Vermicelli Sheets (Banh Hoi) Traditional Vietnamese Rice Vermicelli Sheets (Banh Hoi, Question Cake) are sheets of woven thin rice vermicelli. Noodles are thin enough to make the cakes soft and airy, the texture of vermicelli sheet is firm enough so noodles stick to each other. This cake is served cold with chopped green onions or […]

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Vietnamese Fried Banana Cake

Vietnamese Fried Banana Cake Vietnamese Fried Banana Cake is one of the most favorite traditional sweet cakes for its amazing taste. The cake is smelling, crispy, light sweet and a little greasy. Originated in Vietnam’s countryside, the cake has cheap and popular ingredients and simple recipe. Main ingredient is banana and wheat flour, rice flour. Honey, […]

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Vietnamese Mid-year Festival (Tet Doan Ngo)

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Vietnamese Mid-year Festival or Tet Doan Ngo Every year on May 5th of the lunar calendar, some countries China, Japan, Korea and Vietnam have Mid-year Festival. In China, on this day, they celebrate a festival called Dragon Bloat Festival. In Vietnam, the festival celebrated on May 5th is called Tet Doan Ngo, Worm-killing Festival or Vietnamese Mid-year Festival. […]

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Vietnamese herbs

Balm Mint Or Tia To In Vietnam

Vietnamese herbs Vietnamese herbs play ant important role in Vietnamese gastronomy. Herbs not only confine to food’s textures, aromas, tastes but also expand to unique combination and freshness. In addition, similar to other kinds of vegetables, herbs contains high-level of vitamins so that they are very good for your health. They can help to protect human body […]

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Death Anniversary in Vietnam

Death Anniversary in Vietnam – A Custom Of Vietnamese People Most of Vietnamese families celebrate death anniversaries every year. Death anniversary in Vietnam is a ceremony offering rice to dead person’s soul. Most of Vietnamese people believe that after passing away, human beings still exit soul parts. They think alive people eat and drink, either […]

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Saigon Cao Dai Temple

Saigon Cao Dai Temple Ho Chi Minh City is place gathered lots of big religions in which there is Cao Dai religion. Each region has a temple to worship its gods and show its theory. Coming to Ho Chi Minh City, we should not miss the opportunity to visit Thanh That Sai Gon (Saigon Cao […]

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