Food

Edible Thai Insects as a Sustainable Superfood

Edible Thai Insects as a Sustainable Superfood

Edible Thai Insects as a Sustainable Superfood While insects are eaten in certain areas of Thailand, the majority of Thais look at insects the same way people in most Western countries do: with disgust. However, insects may very well be a major source of protein in...

Divine Vegan Dishes to Try in Thailand

Divine Vegan Dishes to Try in Thailand

Divine Vegan Dishes to Try in Thailand While Thailand has a vegan tradition, it’s not necessarily easy for vegan foreigners to find dishes that meet their dietary needs (especially if they haven’t downloaded the apps “HappyCow” or “abillion”). If you don’t know what...

The Resurgence of Thai Herbs

The Resurgence of Thai Herbs

The Resurgence of Thai Herbs Full of smiles, always ready to have a good time, and able to enchant visitors to stay, you would think the Thai people put something in the food... or do they? While Thailand’s love for zestful dishes made using an abundance of herbs is...

How to Thrive as a Vegan Living in Thailand

How to Thrive as a Vegan Living in Thailand

How to Thrive as a Vegan Living in Thailand You’ve just arrived in Thailand and decided to check out the local marketplace, where you’re flooded with so many foreign foods, it’s all a little overwhelming—especially if you’re vegan. After stumbling to find the right...

Foods at warp speed…almost

Foods at warp speed…almost

Foods at warp speed…almost Thanks to growing delivery troop, more and more urban dwellers can enjoy their favourite from anywhere without going anywhere. Large is more. Kasikorn Research Center recorded a 41% growth in online food delivery in 2019 and expects the...

Pad Thai: from foreigner-cum-resident to the Thai root

Pad Thai: from foreigner-cum-resident to the Thai root

Pad Thai: from foreigner-cum-resident to the Thai root Overseas Chinese brought the noodles that later became the signature dish bursting with Thainess  The fried noodle dish Pad Thai is known the world over and is more often than not the first Thai meal...