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Pak chi is a Thai herb that refers to cilantro. This entire plant is used in Thai cooking becasue of its intense smell and taste. The thick stem base and roots, as well as the seeds,

Pak Chi farang is a Thai herb that has a serrated dandelion shaped leaf with strong herbal taste that is used in cooking Thai food. This flavorful leaf is found in a real good Tom yum

Pae-lo is a Thai term that refers to the Chinese Five spice blend
Phlaa kung refers to a Thai dish made with large sea prawns. To prepare this dish, the large sea prawns are grilled until the meat begins to turn white, then shelled, set on a platter

Pok kak is a Thai word for star anise
Patligan is an Armenian word for Aubergine or eggplant.

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