Fresh Fruits Fresh Vegetables & Herbs Misc.
  Name: Onion Spring
Thai Name: Ton Hom
Description: Spring onions are a variety of onion harvested immature before the bulb has formed. Both the green leaves and white bulbs are used raw or cooked for their mild but still pronounced onion flavour. Spring onions are also known as scallions or spring onions. Spring onions are used in Thai cooking for stir-fries and in soups. They are also popular for garnishes, either sliced or cut into tassels, then curled in iced water.
Name: Thai Cucumber
Thai Name: Tang Kwa
Description: Thai cucumber has short fruits about 8 em long which are crispiest while still green and white, before yellowing.
  Name: Enoki Mushroom
Thai Name: Hed Kem Tong
Description: Named after the enoki tree that it grows on, creamy colour cap with a long, slender stem. They have a sweet, fruity flavour with a slight crunch. Delicious raw or cooked, used in Thai and Japanese cookery to add flavour to soups, stews and salads
Name: Thai Lime
Thai Name: Ma Nao
Description: The Thai Lime is a small round fruit which is green or yellow. Lemons can be used as substitute if Limes are not available. The lime is used in almost all Thai cooking, for flavouring and as a garnish.
  Name: Mouse-Ear Mushroom
Thai Name: Hed Hu Noo
Description: This tree fungus has a little flavor of its own, but is valued for is crunchy texture. It is most commonly available in its dried form, which looks like wrinkled black paper. Before use, soak in warm water for 15-30 minutes, until the fungus swells to about five times its size. They should then be rinsed several times to remove any sand.
Name: Chinese Mustard Green
Thai Name: Pak Kwang Tung Jeen
Description: Chinese name for this type of cabbage is choi sum. It is widely grown in the West and is often available from farmers' markets, as well as Asian food stores. The stalks, leaves and yellow flowers of this plant are all edible and have a delicate flavor. The cabbage is usually cut into short lengths and used in soups and noodle dishes, but it may also be stir-fried.
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