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what is it? to eat them, why is it so big?

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what is it? to eat them, why is it so big?



It' look like a tradition Medicine, i don't think it a food. Maybe(Taro) Munton..

 



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May be is name SAKHAN they put to a kind of food name ORLAM this food most people from north part of Laos like to cook

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May be is name SAKHAN they put to a kind of food name ORLAM this food most people from north part of Laos like to cook




 Yeahhh you are 100% right, yes it' Sakhan. i was asking my grilfriend a while ago. But how come i never heard about this thing..



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laolamleuak wrote:

May be is name SAKHAN they put to a kind of food name ORLAM this food most people from north part of Laos like to cook




Yeahhh you are 100% right, yes it' Sakhan. i was asking my grilfriend a while ago. But how come i never heard about this thing..

 




speak out brother, you believe yourselft ok...something that you never heard it doesn't exist,BECAUSE YOU KNOW EVERYTHING ABOUT LAOS.



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Anonymous wrote:

21848_302319759367_796184367_3323910_3922850_n.jpg

what is it? to eat them, why is it so big?



It' look like a tradition Medicine, i don't think it a food. Maybe(Taro) Munton..

 

 



They're  ( munton) in Lao language and ( casava root ) in English




This is a smaller virsion of casava root.

Candied Cassava ( Man-ted Chuame )




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The picture below is taro root. below.gif

http://www.euphocafe.com/terms/photo_1/taro.jpg


This a Chinese taro puff pastry in Lao we call it patasho and it stuffed wit ground pork, mouse ear mushroom/ black mushroom, and green onion. I love to eat this at dim sum in China town USA.
See full size image








 



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laolamleuak wrote:

May be is name SAKHAN they put to a kind of food name ORLAM this food most people from north part of Laos like to cook



Sakhan for arlam is much smaller in size, it come in a form of stick with dark skin  people sometimes mistaken for dry beef in orlam. When bite into it you'll get the effect similar to numbness feeling at the mouth area, sorry I can find pix to show.

 



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It's called Tanaka.


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only in myanmar - tanaka tree branches sold in bundles. Ground on a stone mortar with water, the paste is applied to the skin both as sunscreen, moisturizer, and cosmetics, and is worn by everybody in Myanmar. Some say it's the secret to Burmese women's flawless complexion. whether that's true or not, the ubiquitous tanaka patterns are an exotic sight in themselves

http://picpoke.com/im/19kxhl


BURMA
Young girl with Tanaka on her face. Tanaka is a paste made of a tree root that protects the skin from the sun and also has mosturizing properties. Either in the cities or in the rural areas most of the woman, children and some men wear Tanaka on their faces.



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http://www.migueltoran.com/Other/Burma-Daily-life/7775116_V5xj5/2/503044604_23jB5#503044604_23jB5

http://www.flickr.com/photos/themystictraveller/2590113618/

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khonthakek wrote:

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laolamleuak wrote:

May be is name SAKHAN they put to a kind of food name ORLAM this food most people from north part of Laos like to cook




Yeahhh you are 100% right, yes it' Sakhan. i was asking my grilfriend a while ago. But how come i never heard about this thing..

 




speak out brother, you believe yourselft ok...something that you never heard it doesn't exist,BECAUSE YOU KNOW EVERYTHING ABOUT LAOS.



C'm on Brother Thakek,  Are you  teasing me or give me a complement ? 555. Nohh, i don't think, i know everything Bro.. i just love to read and do some research that's all. sometime, i ended up wrong too Bro. as for our belove country(Laos) i still have long long way to learn about our lao-History and our country and our people. i also like to come-in here ''Samakomlao'' Read and learn and with our brothers/Sisters laotians and with reasonable debate an issues.. So Thanks for your compliment anyway bro..

 



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It's called Tanaka.


DSCN3218.JPG

only in myanmar - tanaka tree branches sold in bundles. Ground on a stone mortar with water, the paste is applied to the skin both as sunscreen, moisturizer, and cosmetics, and is worn by everybody in Myanmar. Some say it's the secret to Burmese women's flawless complexion. whether that's true or not, the ubiquitous tanaka patterns are an exotic sight in themselves

http://picpoke.com/im/19kxhl


BURMA
Young girl with Tanaka on her face. Tanaka is a paste made of a tree root that protects the skin from the sun and also has mosturizing properties. Either in the cities or in the rural areas most of the woman, children and some men wear Tanaka on their faces.



503044604_23jB5-M.jpg

http://www.migueltoran.com/Other/Burma-Daily-life/7775116_V5xj5/2/503044604_23jB5#503044604_23jB5

http://www.flickr.com/photos/themystictraveller/2590113618/

 



First of all thank you, speak out bro!!! my complement comes from the truth my heart!! thank you for poster to give a clear answer about this topic, now we know that, what do burmaness love to paste on their face and skin, I awalys thought they used a kind of powder..

Tradionnal herb from Myanmar...

 



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Anonymous wrote:

 

It's called Tanaka.


DSCN3218.JPG

only in myanmar - tanaka tree branches sold in bundles. Ground on a stone mortar with water, the paste is applied to the skin both as sunscreen, moisturizer, and cosmetics, and is worn by everybody in Myanmar. Some say it's the secret to Burmese women's flawless complexion. whether that's true or not, the ubiquitous tanaka patterns are an exotic sight in themselves

http://picpoke.com/im/19kxhl


BURMA
Young girl with Tanaka on her face. Tanaka is a paste made of a tree root that protects the skin from the sun and also has mosturizing properties. Either in the cities or in the rural areas most of the woman, children and some men wear Tanaka on their faces.



503044604_23jB5-M.jpg

http://www.migueltoran.com/Other/Burma-Daily-life/7775116_V5xj5/2/503044604_23jB5#503044604_23jB5

http://www.flickr.com/photos/themystictraveller/2590113618/

 



Oh!!! You are right! at the first time when I saw the first picture, I found something like stone and a cup of water then I really did not know what is it then try to say SAKHANbiggrinbiggrinbiggrin

 



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