Tag: food

Poisonous “mangoes” and other inedible fruits in Thailand

Some time ago, tourists got poisoned by a fruit, which I want to talk about in this article.

Many fruits are not edible and even poisonous

There are a lot of fruits in the Thai market. Many of them do not grow in the countries from which tourists come. However, some of the tropical (more…)

What does yellow watermelon taste like? How to tell yellow watermelons from red ones

What does yellow watermelon taste like?

Some time ago, an unfortunate incident happened to me: in the fruit market, I chose the largest and most ripe watermelon for myself. And when we came home and cut it open, it turned out that its flesh was yellow.

It tastes yellow, even very ripe, (more…)

Texas Chicken – great and inexpensive fast food in Thailand

In Thailand, there are brands of popular international fast food chains (junk food), for example:

  • McDonald's – very expensive and very small portions
  • KFC is good, but not enough to go there often
  • Subway – in this place I met my first wife, I have never (more…)

Coffee War: great military-themed café and shop

You know, there are all sorts of themed café like cafés with cats or cafés with dogs. Various people have different preferences. For example, I am not drawn to such places.

Coffee War is a military-themed café. Moreover, the creators approached the task of creating (more…)

Peeled crab meat: where to buy and how much it costs

Crabs are delicious, but quite expensive seafood. On the beach, a plate of crabs or a seafood set including crabs can cost 500-1000 baht.

But the main annoying thing about crabs is the need to clean them and picking meat!

In the restaurant, which I talked about in the article (more…)

Lactose free milk in Thailand

Why diarrhea and gas after milk

Lactose is a type of carbohydrate. Like sucrose (the common sugar that we add to tea and coffee), lactose belongs to the group of disaccharides, that is, it consists of two sugar molecules. But if sucrose consists of residues of glucose and fructose, then the (more…)