Nature's bounty brings prosperity to Hoi An

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Nature's bounty brings prosperity to Hoi An

VietNamNet Bridge – Tra Que Village in Hoi An City is becoming a destination for its farm tours through vegetable gardens. The village is now known as a producer of essential natural oils derived from herbs for the cosmetic industry. Hoai Nam reports.

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This rice roll is one of the best breakfasts you can find in Vietnam

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This rice roll is one of the best breakfasts you can find in Vietnam

The other day I visited this beautiful town called Tu Le in Yen Bai, a mountainous province around 200 kilometers from Hanoi.

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TH Group highlights its organic production

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TH Group highlights its organic production

TH Group has received organic certificates of Europe and the US for its safe vegetables and medical herbs from Control Union, which is a global one-stop-shop for a wide range of certification programmes, and signed an agreement with this organisation on implementing its organic fresh milk products.

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Is Vietnamese food really healthy?

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Is Vietnamese food really healthy?

Vietnamese food is delicious and it is often cited as one of the healthiest cuisines in the world. To make sure that this was true, we spoke to Antoine Yvon, the head nutritionist at CMI hospital in Ho Chi Minh City. You will finally know if all those banh mi sandwiches are good for you, if you should drink the broth of your pho or not, and the name of Vietnam's only superfruit. The interview was translated from French.

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Why you must eat Vietnamese food in Honolulu

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Why you must eat Vietnamese food in Honolulu

You know about Kona coffee grown on the volcanic slopes of Hawaii’s Big Island and about those impossibly sweet pineapples, but on Saturday mornings in eastern Honolulu, the KCC Farmers Market gets rowdy with people after all sorts of other things.

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Banh Duc – a rustic food of Hanoi

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Banh Duc – a rustic food of Hanoi

VietNamNet Bridge – Banh Duc (plain rice flan) is considered one of the most rustic and simple dishes of Hanoi, however the way to serve it varies thanks to Hanoian connoisseurs.

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The San Chi’s livelihood

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The San Chi’s livelihood

(VOV) - The San Chi live mainly in Bac Giang, Quang Ninh, and Thai Nguyen, growing rice and other crops on terraced fields. In places with favorable conditions, they grow fruit trees and medicinal herbs.

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‘Canh bon’ – food delight of Thai ethnic people

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‘Canh bon’ – food delight of Thai ethnic people

(VOV) - Thai ethnic people have long grown the ingredients used to make traditional specialties like ‘canh bon’, a soup made from water-taro.

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Beating parasites wins three scientists Nobel prize for medicine

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Three scientists who used modern laboratory techniques to discover anti-parasitic drugs long hidden in herbs and soil won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine on Monday.

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A former guide gives Ha Noi travel tips

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A former guide gives Ha Noi travel tips

Get lost in the Old Quarter, mingle among the many street food stands, and other ideas for how travellers can make the most out of a first visit to the crazy but cozy capital, Nguyen Van reports.

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A former guide gives Ha Noi travel tips

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A former guide gives Ha Noi travel tips

VietNamNet Bridge – Get lost in the Old Quarter, mingle among the many street food stands, and other ideas for how travellers can make the most out of a first visit to the crazy but cozy capital, Nguyen Van reports.

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US food blogger brings lesser-known Vietnamese dishes into limelight

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US food blogger brings lesser-known Vietnamese dishes into limelight

Mark Weins sits down at a restaurant on Vo Van Tan Street in a busy corner of downtown Ho Chi Minh City after ordering some grilled beef in piper lolot leaves.

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Aromatic noodles fill bellies in Old Quarter

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Aromatic noodles fill bellies in Old Quarter

Banh da noodle dishes full to bursting with fish, pork, beef, herbs and bean sprouts please patrons who sit on small stools and happily eat a bowl – or two. Hoang Hung reports.

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Aromatic noodles fill bellies in Old Quarter

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Aromatic noodles fill bellies in Old Quarter

VietNamNet Bridge – Banh da noodle dishes full to bursting with fish, pork, beef, herbs and bean sprouts please patrons who sit on small stools and happily eat a bowl – or two. Hoang Hung reports.

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Go to Ben Tre to enjoy silkie steamed with coconut juice and chili

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Go to Ben Tre to enjoy silkie steamed with coconut juice and chili

VietNamNet Bridge –Talking about dishes from silkie, most people would think of the “silkie steamed with Chinese herbs”, a dish which is not only delicious but also highly nutritional.

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