One of the greatest things about Thai food is all the herbs, vegetables, and fruit used in Thai cooking. Thailand is really a wonderland for vegetarians and healthy food lovers.
The problem is:
While there are some specific vegetarian only restaurants, many restaurants and street food stalls have an abundance of vegetarian options, but they toss in a little meat for flavor or season with fish sauce.
The Vegetarian Thai Food Guide not only covers information about vegetarian restaurants, but also how to specifically order vegetarian Thai dishes at non-vegetarian restaurants.
Here’s what you’ll get in this 81 page eBook:
- Important food ordering phrases for vegetarian – written in English, Romanized Thai, and Thai script
- Cultural concepts of vegetarian eating – knowing this will help you understand the Thai culture of vegetarian eating
- Thai dining etiquette
- Thai vegetarian dish suggestions – try these amazing dishes!
- Overview of vegetarian desserts and fruit guide
- 10 of my favorite vegetarian restaurants in Bangkok
It may take some effort, but leaning how to order and what to eat will ensure you don’t miss out on the amazing vegetarian Thai food when you’re in Thailand.
What is an eBook and how can I use it?
The Vegetarian Thai Food Guide is an eBook, available in PDF format. Once you purchase it, you’ll be able to download it immediately, and load it onto your computer, tablet, or mobile device. This makes it easy for your to transport, carry around at all times, and makes it convenient to use in times of need.
Money back guarantee
As with all of my eBooks, you can buy the Vegetarian Thai Food Guide at no-risk. If the guide isn’t what you though it would be or if you don’t learn something, just let me know and within 30 days of your purchase I’ll give you a full refund, no questions asked.
“The Vegetarian Thai Food Guide is filled with tips on how to order in Thai (which I love!) what to order, where to find great vegan dishes and beautiful desserts, for anyone visiting Thailand or wanting to visit Thailand it’s one comprehensive guide you must read.” – Preeti Vadgama (TheLondonVegetarian.com)