some common vegetables in thailand

young pucuk ubibananaspakupumpkin maniabig fat daikonkajorn young tapioca shoots, young green bananas, edible bracken or fern (also known as paku), sweet pumpkin, huge local daikon, and my favourite of ’em all – chinese violet flowers (kajorn in Thai or bong thien ly in vietnamese), which are typically stir-fried with garlic.

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