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Dau is berry, dau tay is strawberry (literally western berry)


Oh, so was it "dâu tằm"? I think I had it in jelly form one time in Dalat. How was the drink/dessert?


what does it cost? It's so delicious and so attractive to me. I'll try it now.


It is "dâu tằm", should be very cheap and tasty =P~


haha yeah, first i was wondering what you meant by bleeding - thought you were some kind of maniac or something - but then, against the milk, it really looked like it. interesting. looks cool.

(If anyone here for some reason jsut got hungry for salmon, check out my blog http://www.howtobakesalmon.blogspot.com

If anyone likes the blog, and would like to link it, please contact me and I'll link your blog! SimonHaestoe@gmail.com)

blogowner, contact me if you want to talk for a bit :) . Would be awesome. if you use msn metal_gear_stos@hotmail.com is my account.


Such a very interesting post. Love the photos heaps. Simon, please do not advertise your own blog in here.
Thanks for sharing Sticky


Thanks for keeping me honest with the names, guys.
FB - tasted tart and sweet, rich and more like a dessert
Apollo - around the 15,000VND mark
Simon - good luck with the blog and keep you contact details to yourself, as Hoang says ;(


It's look delicious!


Oh mine, this looks so enticing!

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