Tay Ninh Chili Shrimp Salt

Tay Ninh Chili Shrimp Salt

Tay Ninh – a province in South-western Vietnam is famous for Cao Dai religion as well as the biggest Cao Dai Temple, Ba Den mountain – the highest mountain in South Vietnam and lots of specialty foods such as Trang Bang soup cake and Dew-wetted rice paper and Tay ninh Chili shrimp salt (Muoi tom). Made from high-quality salt, fresh […]

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How street food vendors sell their products in Vietnam

street food vendors

In Vietnam, people can come to expensive restaurants to enjoy their meals or food stalls on the streets to eat with reasonable prices. We can buy foods at supermarkets, local market or from street food vendors who sell the foods around the streets. These vendors have become familiar with many Vietnamese people for many years. […]

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Old Saigon

Old Saigon

In memory of many old Saigon people, Saigon is beautiful, elegant and peaceful. Followings are some photos about old Saigon in 20 century: 1. Motorbike taxi Motorbike taxi means Xe om in Vietnamese. Those days, motorbike taxi drivers usually used Honda Cub 81 to earn money. 2. Hair salon Hair salon was decorated with pictures […]

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Vietnamese salted eggplant

Vietnamese salted eggplant

Vietnamese salted eggplant or Ca phao muoi is rural dish usually eaten with steamed rice in the country. Salty and crunchy salted eggplant is an essence of Vietnamese cuisine. Choosing eggplant is important, older eggplants, better food. Eggplants could be dried under the sun for about 2 hours. Stalk should be remove, the cook can […]

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How to eat boiled fertilized duck egg in Vietnam?

Boiled fertilized duck egg

Boiled fertilized duck egg or Hot vit lon luoc is considered as a delicious and healthy food in Vietnam. Coming to Vietnam, travelers shouldn’t miss trying this amazing food. Sellers usually boil fertilized duck egg and keep warm until it’s ordered. The egg is served hot in an egg cup. Fresh Vietnamese mint which adds freshness and […]

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Sa Sung In Vietnam

Sa Sung In Vietnam

Sa Sung in Vietnam, is a kind of earthworm which is considered as “earth ginseng”. Sa Sung in Vietnam, is about 5-10 cm long, some could be 15-40 cm long and 20 cm in diameter and 1-3 kg. When being caught, it turns itself into a ball. Its skin is tender and cool, it changes […]

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What to do in Mekong Delta?

What to do in Mekong Delta

What to do in Mekong Delta? Southern Vietnam covers the Mekong Delta, the extreme southern end of the Mekong River, and the area around Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam. Mekong Delta is often referred to as the ‘rice bowl’ of Vietnam due its huge production of rice crop. Vegetables, exotic fruits and fishing also […]

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Watermelon Seeds – Must Food at Tet Festival

Watermelon Seeds

 Watermelon Seeds – Must Food at Tet Festival Juicy, sweet and delicious watermelon is one of the most favorite fruits around the world. However, not a lot of people know that tiny black watermelon seeds aren’t useless. After being dried and toasted, these seeds become a great snack containing high level of protid, glucid, lipid, […]

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