Post by Waraporn Sangeamjit on Feb 28, 2013 19:16:02 GMT -5
There are so many kinds of Thai foods that are healthy. I can give examples. The first one I want to tell you is the Green papaya salad which is so healthy, no fat, but yummy. The second one is Thai chilli dipping and steamed vegetables. Normally, we have that with steamed rice. The third is the vegetable soup with meat balls. Basically, it's noodle soup, but when we need to be on diet, we order it with no noodles. Finally, I would like to present you the bamboo salad. It's on of my favorites. This dish contains steamed bamboo, crunch roasted rice, lime juice, fish sauce, and dry chilli. All above are Thai staple foods that we can usually have them everyday. They are healthy and delicious.
In Latvia, food diet usually consuists of vegetables, meet and fish. Our stample food is potatoes. We prepera them differently and use them as a base product with almost every meal. Other vegetables we most offen use in our diet are cucumbers, tomatoes, cabbage, redish, carrots, onions, peas and beans, which are very healthy. But then on the other hand, we eat a lot of meat products, especially dark meat which potentially highers the rish of health problems. We also consume a lot of fish, as fishing is one of our main exports. That is also a healthy staple food as fish provide us with Omega3.
Post by ARUNEE RATTAROM on Feb 28, 2013 19:17:22 GMT -5
Can you describe the diet from your country and give examples of staple foods that are healthy? In Thailand we have a lot of staple foods but when we want to be healthy,we will eat less rice( one of our staple food in Thailand) and eat more veggies and fish. Some Thais have papaya salad(Thai staple food )for diet , the spicyness of salad help you burn cholesteral , we also have grill catfish , spicy pork salad with the fresh green veggies on the side( cucumber, cabbage, long bean) Another staple foods are , -Thais Salsa with broiled vegetables(or fresh) and fried tuna fish -scrumble egg mixed with ground pork -Tom yum soup -Stir fried spicy thai basil with meat etc
Post by Soontharee Nuamthong on Feb 28, 2013 19:17:29 GMT -5
A Thai diet is certainly different than the nutritional consumption of many other cultures and is known for its healthy and flavorful appeal. Thai food is generally good for your body and is known for providing many benefits to those who eat it. Thai food is being easily modified for vegetarians, vegans, and all manner of picky palate. Example Thai spicy salads -som tam(papaya salad), cucumber salad - are usually good, as long as they don't add too much sugar. You could always try 'gao lao' is noodle soup but without the noodles. You get all the other bits and the veggies but no noodles. Yam wun sen is a thai favorite for low calories. Its basically glass noodles with veggie and meat. or vegetable with thai salsa.
Post by priya Kywe on Feb 28, 2013 19:20:01 GMT -5
Staple foods in my country, Myanmar ( Burma) would include all types of rice and noddles made from many different powered grains. We have rice that ranges from very healthy fine rice ( Basmati) to very heavy sticky rice ( Brown-purple) rice that we use to make sweet dishes. We also consume alot of vegetables, fishes, poultry and meat. The dishes are more of soup style, semi-fried vegetables, steamed fish, poulty and meat. I think its a very healthy diet in general. But, we do consume fermented vegetables and beans used as appetizers.
Post by sarayuth techaun on Feb 28, 2013 19:20:26 GMT -5
Can you describe the diet from your country and give examples of staple foods that are healthy?
Thai foods are considered to be among the healthiest foods in the world.
Since the average Thai diet is usually stuffed with herbs, vegetables, and fish, Thai foods are generally low in fat and calories. Because of this, one may enjoy eating without worrying about gaining excessive weight. Another good thing about Thai foods is that they actually taste good when compared to other healthy and vegetarian foods. Because of a mixture of fresh ingredients and a dazzling blend of a variety of flavors, you will find their foods extremely irresistible in addition to being healthy choices.
--The typical breakfast in Thailand is Jok or Khao Tom. Jok is a kind of rice porridge --while Khao Tom is considered to be a rice soup that is mixed with chicken, shrimp, and pork. -- Sate and Green Curry are also among the popular meals in Central Thailand. Sate is a grilled meat, either chicken or pork, both served with peanut sauce and cucumber salad. --Green Curry, on the other hand, is made out of fresh green chili. --Thai basil and fish meatballs or chicken are included in it. Green Curry is considered to be the spiciest of all the curries in Thailand.
The Thai diet is includes one of the healthiest foods that you can consume. With a mixture of fresh ingredients and delicious flavors, eating can be a very wonderful experience in Thailand. You will definitely enjoy delicious foods while ensuring that your health is at its best.
Post by Jiranuwat Khumrae on Feb 28, 2013 19:22:52 GMT -5
We have a lot of diet food or healthy food in Thailand. The popular diet food for Thai women is Papaya salad because Thai style food they need like spicy, sour tast. For the papaya salad we put many kind of vegetable such as string been, tomato, thai eggplant, peanut that is why its a healthy food in Thailand. And the another one is "Tomyum". There are a lot of herb and vegetable in Tomyum.
Post by Krzysztof Rojek on Feb 28, 2013 19:26:46 GMT -5
Polish cuisine is a mixture of many culinary traditions. The dishes are rich in meats, especially chicken and pork, and also in winter vegetables such as cabbage. The most typical ingredients used in Polish cuisine are sauerkraut, beetroot, cucumbers, sour cream, mushrooms, sausages and smoked sausage. Specific taste of food comes from herbs and spices such as marjoram, dill or pepper. The most popular desserts are cakes. A shot of vodka is an addition to meals and help you to digest the food. Polish cuisine is often described as being more than enough so, if you want to try traditional Polish cuisine, stop counting your calories.
Post by thippawan pariyasak on Feb 28, 2013 19:27:56 GMT -5
Generally, every meal of the diet from Thailand consists of main dishes such as stir fry dishes, salad or soup, serving along with a side of rice. Although some Thai people serve individual dishes, sharing food among diners is still a common way throughout Thailand.
Examples of staple foods of the Thai diet that are healthy are rice, veggie, fish and seafood, and spices and herbs.
Rice is served with every meal. Jasmine rice is the preferred type in Thailand. Jasmine rice is typically steamed, and is sometimes fried.
Vegetables are frequently used in curries as well as stir fry dishes. Mushrooms are commonly used in Thai cuisine, as well as gourds, cabbage,lettuce and green onion. Eggplant, celery and radishes also frequently appear in Thai dishes.
Fish and seafood are frequently used in Thai dishes. Thailand provides a variety of freshwater and sea fish, as well as shrimp, clam, and crab. Thailand also creates Fish sauce, which is made from fermented fish, flavors a variety of Thai dishes.
Thai food is known for its aromas and spicy flavors. Most Thai herbs and spices are garlic, Thai chili peppers, cilantro and basil leaves. The leaves of the kaffir lime and galanga flavor Thai soups and curry sauces.
Post by Asel Satybaldieva on Feb 28, 2013 19:54:37 GMT -5
Kyrgyzstan is a country isolated by mountains to the east and plains to the west, meaning the land has been fairly isolated throughout history and the growing conditions present are quite drastic, especially due to a short growing season. The Kyrgyz diet reflects the traditional nomadic life of the Kyrgyz people. Food emphasizes meat, mainly mutton, with comparatively little in vegetable and fruit .In much of the mountains there are few fruits, vegetables, or animals and hence the population is sparse as there is little to eat. However, as the elevation drops so does the food options. Most of the foods that were historically found growing in Kyrgyzstan include berries, mushrooms, wheat, and some root crops like onions and carrots, but little else. Meat is central to Kyrgyz cooking - the nomadic way of life did not allow for the growing of fruit and vegetables – which means that vegetarian visitors may find it difficult to find dishes that, meet their needs Drinks: Maksym is a thick wheat-based drink that Kyrgyz like to drink in the summer.It's diet drink