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The meaning or value of a favourite food of yours or that of a close friend or family member

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The meaning or value of a favourite food of yours or that of a close friend or family member Around the world, I have eaten many kinds of delicious food. As I grew up in Thailand, however, Som Tum is my favorite food. Its name, "Som," means papaya and "Tum" means crushing. With my family, I eat Som Tum as a salad with pork satay, which is a skewer with meat. ...read more.

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It is golden brown with a pink tinge, served warm, with unripe green papaya. It is the combination of many common ingredients: peanuts, tamarind sauce, fish sauce, tomatoes, dried and small shrimp, garlic, lime, green beans, coconut sugar, and green and red very spicy chili. All ingredients are easily crushed in a mortar with a pestle to make a thick paste of Som Tum. Som Tum is rich in nutrition, full of carbohydrates, proteins, and vitamins, which the body's systems can use to maintain their functions. ...read more.

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Also, the fish sauce provides Iodine, which prevents people from the enlargement of thyroid glands. Because of its combination of such healthy ingredients, Som Tum is a balanced diet. Som Tum is so valuable that it is a family favourtie -all of us can prepare it. So, when I think about Thailand, my mouth remembers Som Tum. At first in Canada, I was so homesick that I used to paint pictures of Som Tum. Also, my guardian in Canada owns a Thai restaurant, and I can go there and imagine myself with my family, eating Som Tum. ...read more.

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