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The food glossary +++ 'Nilagang mais', 'Nata de Coco', 'Naejangtang'

Namul is a Korean term meaning "vegetables" or "wild greens" dishes. Namul refers to a traditional Korean food that is made from slightly boiled or fried vegetables and wild greens mixed with salt, soy sauce , sesame salt, sesame oil, garlic, onions, and other spices. 

Nem Ran is the Vietnamese name of fried spring rolls in the North  of the country , whereas it is named Cha Gio in the south. In Vietnam, spring rolls is featured  every celebrations and special occassions.

Nilagang mais is a Filipino term which means boiled fresh corn.

Nasi Lemak refers to one of the  popular breakfast food from Malaysia which is made of rice cooked in coconut milk. It usually  served with Ikan Bilis  (anchovies), Samba! (chilli paste), boiled egg, fried peanuts and slices of cucumber.

Naem Maw refers to a specialty sausage from the North of Thailand which is prepared in a clay pot with a mixture of ground pork, pork rind and sticky rice, and seasoned by  garlic and chili. Naem Maw is eaten raw (uncooked) since the mixture has been fermented to create a strong sour taste.

Nabemono refers to a Japanese stew, usually  containing fish or chicken.