What does Vietnamese food taste like? In general, northern Vietnamese cuisine is not bold in any particular taste—sweet, salty, spicy, bitter, or sour. Most northern Vietnamese foods feature…

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When it comes to some good all-round wine options for pairing with Vietnamese food, think of light-bodied wine styles that won’t dominate the rich flavours, but will enhance…

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The difference between Vietnamese and Chinese food is that Vietnamese dishes tend to use more herbs and leaf vegetables that are eaten raw as accompaniments to their dishes…

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If this crowd likes their pho spicy, I’d suggest a crisp Asian lager (e.g. Sapporo, Asahi, Tsingtao) as would generally be paired with Thai or Indian cuisine to…

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Vietnamese foods are rich in vitamins and minerals including vitamins C, B1, B6, B3, folate, biotin, zinc, copper, magnesium and potassium – all of which have been proven…

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The Vietnamese foods that are spicy tend to be in the vein of a hot curry, beef noodle, a Thai-style sour and sweet hot pot. That said, it…

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Sesame seeds may be baked in crackers and in some European countries, they are used in making bread. Sesame is very popular in a variety of cuisines including…

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Vietnamese food is one of the most healthy and balanced in the world. As a professional, I have seen that dishes and ingredients used in Vietnamese cuisine can…

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What foods to avoid if you have a sesame allergy? A person should be cautious of the following foods and ensure they are free of sesame before trying…

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The most healthy dishes are the soups (among which are pho), spring rolls, fruit and vegetable salads, claypot dishes, rice dishes with meat or fish cooked in sauce…

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