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Dragonfly
Chocolate Wafer Sticks

Delicious chocolate swirled around light, crispy cookie! Serve as a light snack, with coffee or with a dish of ice cream at dessert time!
 


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Thai Kitchen
Coconut Cream, 13.66 fl oz

Thai Kitchen Coconut Cream is richer and thicker than traditional coconut milk. Use in place of coconut milk for more decadent curries, soups, and smoothies. It also makes a delicious, dairy-free alternative in your favorite recipes calling for cream or milk. Thai Kitchen Coconut Cream is naturally gluten-free, processed without chemical additives, and vegan.
 


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Dragonfly
Coconut Wafer Sticks

Delicious coconut swirled around light, crispy cookie! Serve as a light snack, with coffee or with a dish of ice cream at dessert time!
 


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Dynasty Straw Mushrooms

 


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Aroy-D
Jack Fruit in Syrup

Delicious fruit from Thailand. Enjoy peeled jackfruit in syrup for a delicious dessert treat!
 


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Thai Kitchen
Lite Coconut Milk

Lite coconut milk is made from the second or third squeezing of fresh coconut meat moistened with water. It's a thinner, lighter version of regular coconut milk (with 70% less fat), and can be used interchangeably in most curries, soups, drinks, and desserts.
 


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Moong Dal Split and without Skin

Split Moong or "dhuli Moong" are yellow split beans. A native of India, these are tiny cylindrical seeds are hulled and split. They are easy to cook, need little soaking and are easy to digest. Moong dal is a popular choice for yoga practitioners. Whole Moong beans and splits ones are quite different and seldom interchangeable. Lentils are used to make soups, stews, and salads and in India, they are made into spicy dals. In Ayurveda, split Moong dal is recommended for children, elderly people and convalescents, as it is easily digested and nutritious. Lentils have a protein content of 25%. They are a good source of protein, fiber, carbohydrates, B vitamins, magnesium, iron, and zinc. Uses 1. It is combined with onions, tomato and spices to make a classic dal, lentil or stew. 2. Combined with rice and vegetables it makes a nutritious stew. 3. This lentil makes excellent soups.
 


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Pigeon Brand
Prawn Cracker

Prawn crackers are produced from fresh shrimps and have a unique taste. A favorite snack for all occasions and a wonderful treat for friends. To serve, heat vegetable oil in a frying pan until it boils, fry prawn crackers. Wait until they float and expand. Drain well. Keep prawn in a cool place if gets damp or affected by moisture oven dry before frying.
 


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BinBin
Rice Crackers

Airy, thin, rice crackers, gently sweetened and flavored with soy sauce, are a great snack food.
 


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Qui Ji
Straight Lainfen

Straight and thin, these cylindrical rice noodles are also called rice sticks. They are featured in every Asian cuisine, especially Vietnamese and Thai. Use in stir fries or soups. Toss with water chestnuts, toasted coriander, marinated red onion, sliced napa cabbage, brown sugar, and chili paste for a zesty cold salad.
 

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