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Dear Fred,
Have you tried also the chocolate-wrapper-style packed dry beef
(Chinese). One expects it to be sweet but is mildly shocked!


Message: 6
Date: Tue, 13 Jun 2006 22:50:07 +0530
From: "Frederick Noronha" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Subject: [Goanet] Thailand, tamarind, "toffees"...
To: goanet@goanet.org

I noticed that the Thais have a nice way of converting the tamarind
pulp into a kind of sweet. The end product is some kind of a toffee
(packed as one, that is), but with a neat sweet-sourish taste, which
quite appeals to the Asian palate. Is this possible because of some
kind of sweet tamarind variety available in Thailand? Would it work
with tamarind from Goa? FN
Frederick 'FN' Noronha   | http://fn.goa-india.org
Independent Journalist   | +91(832)2409490 Cell 9822122436
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