You’ve probably had Thai food at a restaurant or ordered takeout once or twice, but nothing compares to making your own Thai recipes at home. I’ll give credit to the chefs at Thai restaurants in the US, and all over the world in fact, but the truth is that most of the Thai recipes made outside Thailand are heavily tainted and made to fit into the culture and tastes of the people of the country where it is made. This is me desperately trying to avoid saying that they mostly make bad Thai food. For instance, in America, Thai food is made to be less spicy, and the chefs are frugal with herbs whereas one of the major highlights of Thai food is the rich doses of healthy herbs and spices used in the recipes.However, in order to make the food more indigenous and appealing to locals, the Chefs choose to de-Thai the foods by using minimal spice and herbs thereby ridding the recipes of a lot of deliciousness and, of course, Thai-ness.I can list a dozen differences between American Thai food and Thai food made in Thailand from flavor level to portion sizes, healthiness, and cooking methods, but that’s not why we are here, right? If you want to eat real, traditional Thai food, made just the way it is done in Thailand, your best bet is to make it at home yourself. You can also serve it at family dinners, parties, and gatherings - your guests will appreciate the deviation from traditional, boring party dishes.This book has more than 100 Thai recipes cooked the traditional way. These recipes would have you licking your lips incessantly. You’ll find many popular Thai dishes in here including:Pad Thai.Tom yum goong (spicy shrimp soup).Som tum (spicy green papaya salad).Tom kha kai (chicken in coconut soup).Khao pad (fried rice).Pad krapow moo saap (fried basil and pork).Gaeng keow wan kai (green chicken curry).And much more! 1. Language: English. Narrator: Sangita Chauhan. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/146369/bk_acx0_146369_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The art of healing comes from nature, not from the physician. Therefore the physician must start from nature, with an open mind. - Paracelsus This audiobook is for those who suffer from things such as stress, anxiety, depression, and addictions. Kratom (Mitragyna speciosa) is a tropical evergreen tree in the coffee family from Southeast Asia and is native to Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Papua New Guinea, where it has been used as medicine since at least the 19th century. There is much controversy and false information regarding this plant. This book was created to clarify some of the confusion and spread the truth. If you are sick of taking dangerous pharmaceuticals every day, this natural plant might just be the solution for you. In this audiobook, you will learn:What kratom isCurrent useToxicity and safety Legality Different kratom types Benefits of kratom Opioid addiction Anxiety Healthy sleep Eliminates stress Pain relief Enhanced focus Increased sex drive How to dose kratom A beginner´s guide to taking kratom Tips for taking kratom How to take kratom Different methods Getting the most out of your kratom experience 1. Language: English. Narrator: Steven Knudsen. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/139614/bk_acx0_139614_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Urdu ki Aakhri Kitab (The Last Book of Urdu) comprises of stories, poems, and prose and covers area from nature, geography, history, science, mathematics, etc. The stories, poems, and prose display the unparalleled wisdom and wit of Ibn e Insha shrouded in a healthy criticism. (Reviewer W. A. Khan)About the author: Ibn e Insha, real name Sher Muhammad Khan, born June 15, 1927, died on January 11, 1978, was a leftist Urdu poet, humorist, travelogue writer, and columnist. He is regarded as one of the best humorists in Urdu. His writing has a distinctive diction laced with language reminiscent of Amir Khusro in its use of words and construction. He was associated with several governmental services including Radio Pakistan, Ministry of Culture, and National Book Centre of Pakistan. He also served the UN for some time, and this enabled him to visit a lot of places and was the reason for his subsequent travelogues. Some of the places he visited include Japan, Philippines, China, Hong Kong, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, Afghanistan, Iran, India, France, UK, Turkey, and the US.Please note: This audiobook is in Urdu. 1. Urdu. Fawad Khan. http://samples.audible.de/bk/urdu/000580/bk_urdu_000580_sample.mp3.