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Tom yam talueram is a Thai term for a sour and spicy soup with fish, prawn and mussels

Tatlisi is a Turkish word for sweets, or desserts.

Tuwa kiow is a Thai term which means"mung beans" . This is a green colored beans which are still covered with their skins

Tuwa kiow lob bluok is a Thai term that refers to hulled mung beans . These are mung beans without ist green husk or skin.
It is mostly used for making Thai dessert.

Tub tim grob refers to a Thai dessert of Water chestnut dumpling in coconut milk

Toop is a Thai term which means "to beat" or "to pound"

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