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  • <!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons above -->Also known as: Ipomoea aquatica, water spinach, Chinese spinach, Thai: phak bung ผักบุ้ง Ipomoea aquatica is an easy-to-grow, semi-aquatic plant that has found its way into many Asian cuisines. The […]<!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
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    Ong Choy (Water Morning Glory)

    Also known as: Ipomoea aquatica, water spinach, Chinese spinach, Thai: phak bung ผักบุ้ง Ipomoea aquatica is an easy-to-grow, semi-aquatic plant that has found its way into many Asian cuisines. The […]

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  • <!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons above -->When I was a Peace Corps volunteer in Thailand, I was delighted to discover that Thais are very fond of this dish, which I enjoyed as a child growing up […]<!-- AddThis Sharing Buttons below -->
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    Ong Choy in Fermented Bean Curd Sauce

    When I was a Peace Corps volunteer in Thailand, I was delighted to discover that Thais are very fond of this dish, which I enjoyed as a child growing up […]

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