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Wish I knew where to get this in HCMC.

Heguiberto Souza

OMG just discovered your blog and am loving it :)
I love South Asian foods and try to accommodate the recipes to my ovo-lacto-pesco vegertarian diet!


I get sticky rice on the street in the morning. I go for xoi dau phong, sweet with peanuts and sugar and shredded coconut. By itself, I thought that sticky rice was 'sposed to be good for your stomach.

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While the food is filling, the people is good at keeping their body slim...Magic.

thé vert de chine

I have tried sticky rice with peanuts and coconut pate. It tastes amazing! Thank you for the post.


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Guys - I often have stickyrice for bfast as well, though I don't think we have the same range of sweet options in Hn as you have in Sgn. An acquaintance recently told me about a 'village' around the back of West lake that specialises in bfast sticky rice...so I will have to give it a visit...can't remember what it's called though!


Hey - just found the blog, and really enjoy it. I have a very similar one about food in Shanghai. Was wondering if you've been to SH, and if you have any suggestions for Southeast Asian / Vietnamese joints...


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Really like reading your post because I am sure that I can see something new in it.

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Another food blog. The food on the photo looks mouth watery and I would definitely want to taste it.

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Wow deep fry eggs!You are just amazing in recipe really!and all looks so ummyy! what say...ya..mouth watery! I just love your blogs for testy recipe and easy also so I can easy to try with it.


For Xoi Ga, I just wonder if you've tried Xoi Yen, 35B Nguyen Huu Huan. I tried few times their and it's really good !

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