Tag: food

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…)

Why sell and buy green mangoes. How to bring mango from Thailand

Mango is a very tasty tropical fruit. This fruit, when ripe, has tender yellow flesh with a sweet and sour taste.

Mangoes can be sold by the kilo, made into smoothies, or sold peeled and sliced.

In shops and fruit markets, you could see that they sell not only yellow mangoes, (more…)

Why sell and buy green bananas. How to cook and eat green bananas

Bananas are very common in Thailand. This is one of the cheapest fruits. Bananas are eaten fresh, made into smoothies, baked into pancakes, made into chips, and even fried.

Bananas are even used in tax optimization, this was discussed in the article “Why are bananas grown in the center (more…)

Salmon in Pattaya: fresh, inexpensive, beautifully decorated

Where to order salmon (trout) in Pattaya

Salmon is liked by many. In Asia, salmon is usually made into sushi or eaten raw along with wasabi and soy sauce. In sushi, by the way, salmon is also usually raw.

In Western countries, it is also usually eaten raw, but after salting.

Salmon (more…)

Natural mineral water in Thailand

Drinking water in Thailand, regardless of brand, can be divided into two groups:

  • obtained by purification (usually a combination of reverse osmosis, ultraviolet irradiation and ozone treatment)
  • natural mineral water

Purified water (if you buy on tap) costs 1 baht per (more…)