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What do Frugivores Eat? Interview with Rawsomehealthy.com Authors Yulia & Paul Tarbath + Top 30 Thai Fruit A-Z Guide

(Scroll down for my Top 30 Thai Fruit A to Z Guide)   I am back in Germany. Winter feels wonderful, I am really enjoying the crisp air and getting rosy cheeks from the cold. I feel full of energy, motivated and ready for a fun new year. Food-wise it …
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Art and Food in Bangkok (with CITY GUIDE)

I am back in Munich for the summer and I am falling in love with my old home city again: the people, the architecture, the green parks and the river where I went running for the first time in 14 months again this morning, and the crisp and clear sky …
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Chiang Mai: Home Away From Home

Sonpeth market is overflowing with juicy mangoes, passion fruit, and ripe smelly durian. It is July: the best time to visit Chiang Mai. In the old city, backpackers and travelers chill, play guitar, get a massage and take yoga courses. Street food sellers sing a song with their wok and …
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Modern Slavery in Thailand’s Seafood Industry

This photo in Spectrum, the Bangkok Post’s Sunday supplement, gripped my heart. The cover story addressed the increasing pressure from the UN and the international community on Thailand and the multinational seafood industry to stop human trafficking.     Cheap seafood (mostly tuna, mackerel, squid, and sardines) and processed products …
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Durian: A Love Story

British novelist Anthony Burgess writes that eating durian is “like eating sweet raspberry blancmange in the lavatory.” In Singapore’s metro stations and in South Asian 5-star hotels signs forbid their entrance and if you haven’t tasted them yet, you have probably seen them and certainly smelled them! However more noise …
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