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Lao food,   2013-03-07
By Maggie

Different from other South Eastern Asia cuisine, Lao food has its own stable. The Lao eat more sticky rice than any group or people in the world, sticky rice is considered the essence of what it means to be "Lao", which can be translated as, "children/descendants of sticky rice". Galangal, lemongrass and padaek (Lao fish sauce) are important ingredients.

The most famous Lao dish is Larb (sometimes also spelled laap), a spicy mixture of marinated meat and/or fish that is sometimes raw (prepared like ceviche) with a variable combination of herbs, greens, and spices. Another of Lao people's delectable invention is a spicy green Papaya salad dish known as tam mak hoong or more famously known to the West as som tam. People in Laos enjoy having fresh and raw vegetables with meat. It helps them cleansing their stomach. 

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