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I have them put extra lime juice.Or if you want a little make sure you monitor that. Just say to them ‘mai sai namtam', and make sure you watch them because even when you say that they will want to put some in. They cannot believe someone not wanting it sweet. Som Tum is not really low carb, unless you ask them not to put the palm sugar, or just a small touch in it. If you don't say anything invariably they will put a heaping scoop of the sugar in it (probably 40-50 carbs worth).Generally the cost is 40 baht. It is actually very easy to order, chose a sauce, stick with the fish sauce (yellowish) as it will be the least hot (others may blow your head off), the vender will pour this over the noodles and deliver it to you at table stacked with fresh veggis from which you are free to mix with your dish as profusely as you can. It goes without saying the [wikipedia.org saltier versions] are less calorific.There are variations on this dish, with some having a slightly sweet and sour flavor while other versions opting for a saltier. It's basically chicken, cashews, and vegetables stir fried. What it is: a well-known Thai dish (both in and out of Thailand) that's one of the more tasty AND healthy choices you'll find in a Thai restaurant.Keep in mind there are different styles of Gaeng Pah depending on the region; the commonality is that water is used instead of coconut milk and they are spicy as hell! Local Eating Tip: just like normal curries, you can order these with different meats: beef, chicken, and pork being the most common. It's still a low carb and low calories.But if you don't mind a salad dish that's a bit saltier and hungering for something…hot instead of cold like the other salad dishes…you can opt for this one. Why You Should Eat it. Of the salad options, this is probably among the lesser healthy, seeing that the morning glory is cooked (losses some of the health benefits there) and the oyster sauce is high in sodium and other badish stuff. On its own it's not enough for a full after training, but it's a good snack, a side dish, or a means to get your protein in (contains enough protein for a full meal).It's also extremely delicious Food and drink in thailand (https://thailandtourism.biz/category/foods-and-drinks) on most Thai restaurant menus. Why You should eat it: low calorie, low carb, fresh vegetables topped with a light sauce. In my experience, this the Yam Mamuang is not usually swimming in sauce like Som Tam is.Personally, I find it a bit more fresh tasting with the green mango, lemony taste, and the sweet nutty cashews (Som Tam has peanuts, not cashews). As they like to say in Thailand, same same but different! Why You Should Eat It: Same benefits and nutritional profile as the papaya salad, but different taste.

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