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1 27 Local Vegetables In My Village กลุ่มสาระการเรียนรู้ภาษาต่างประเทศ (ภาษาอังกฤษ)ชั้นประถมศึกษาปีที่ 6จัดทำโดยนางปราณี โพธินา ตำแหน่ง ครู วิทยฐานะ ชำนาญการพิเศษโรงเรียนบ้านตูมราษฎร์บูรณะ อำเภอจักราชสำนักงานเขตพื้นที่การศึกษาประถมศึกษานครราชสีมา เขต 2สนับสนุนโดย สำนักเทคโนโลยีเพื่อการเรียนการสอนสำนักงานคณะกรรมการการศึกษาขั้นพื้นฐาน
4 There are many local vegetables in my village especially in the rainy season. They are used in local food have beneficial medicinal properties.
5 Bitter melon Leaves (Yod Mala) have a bitter taste and are very good in the Issan dish Beef Om. They're also steamed and eaten with dipping sauce.
6 Dok Kare is a flower of the Kare tree Dok Kare is a flower of the Kare tree. They're white and light green in color. It's also good for Hot and Sour Soup with snake fish (Gang Som Dok Kare Pla Chon)
7 Edible Fern (Pak Kood) It is used in Bamboo Soup (Gang Nor Mai) or Om Edible Fern (Pak Kood) It is used in Bamboo Soup (Gang Nor Mai) or Om. It's also eaten raw with Nam Prik.
8 Kee Lek leaves have a strong bitter taste and have to be boiled in hot water and drained several times before they're used to make Curry with Beef, pork or smoked fish.
9 Pak Kadon is a wild vegetable that grows in rice fields Pak Kadon is a wild vegetable that grows in rice fields. Kadon is usually eaten raw with meat salad (Laab).
10 Pak Waan has very plain taste and is good for steaming and serving with dipping sauce. Pak Waan is also used to make soup with smoked fish or ant's eggs.
11 Pak Thew is a wild vegetable like Kadon and Kee Lek Pak Thew is a wild vegetable like Kadon and Kee Lek. It has a sour taste like Young Tamarind leaves and is good for Hot and Sour Fish Soup. Pak Thew is also eaten raw with meat salad (Laab).
12 Pennyroyal (Bai Bua Bok or Pak Ngok in Isaan) grows wild like a groundcover and tastes a little bitter. Pak Ngong is made into a juice called nam bai bua bong and is also eaten raw with Laab.
13 Tamarind Leaves (Yod Makaam On) are sour and are eaten with salt as a snack and used to replace lime or lemon in chicken and fish soups.
14 Thai Edible Flower (Dok Kra-Geow) tastes similar to ginger Thai Edible Flower (Dok Kra-Geow) tastes similar to ginger. It is also steamed and eaten with Nam prik.
15 Katin is eaten raw with Nam Prik and tastes somewhat like Cha-om Katin is eaten raw with Nam Prik and tastes somewhat like Cha-om. It comes in bunches of strings about 4-6 inches in length.
16 Wing Bean (Tua Poo) is very crunchy and tastes somewhat similar to long beans. It's eaten raw and is also used in Tod Mun fish cakes.
17 Lin Fah (Dragon Tongue) is usually steamed and eaten with Nam Prik.
18 Okra (Makuea Por) is steamed and eaten as a vegetable or used in stir-fries.
19 Sadao flowers and leaves are very bitter and are eaten with Nam Prik or Laab (Isaan Meat Salad).
20 Samek leaves are very sour and are eaten with Laab or Nam Prik.
21 Banana Flower (Hua Plee) is eaten with Kanom Jeen Namya and Pad Thai Banana Flower (Hua Plee) is eaten with Kanom Jeen Namya and Pad Thai. Only the tender inside part is eaten
22 Bamboo Shoots (Nor Mai) are used in some Thai curries and a special Isaan curry called Gang Nor Mai.
23 Dill (pak chee lao) is used a lot in Northeast Thai cooking, in dishes such as Om (Beef Curry).It's also eaten raw.
24 Yanang leaves are used in Gang Nor Mai and other dishes from Northeast Thailand.
25 Mayom Leaves (bai mayom) are leaves of Gooseberry Mayom Leaves (bai mayom) are leaves of Gooseberry. They're eaten with Laab or Nam Prik.
26 Pak Van is eaten with Laab or Nam Prik and grows like a ground cover in Thailand near rice paddies.
27 Kayang is a herb that is eaten raw (in Northeast of Thailand) or used to make Om. Kayang has a very unusual flavor.
28 Pak Peow (Bai Prik Ma) is eaten raw with salads or laab.
29 Bitter Leaf (Chapoo in Thai and E-lert in Lao) is eaten raw or used in soup or Miak Kum.
30 Krachet is grown in water and the foam-like material covering the stem must be removed before eating.
31 Cha-om is a very unusual tasting (and smelling) vegetables that is eaten raw or cooked with eggs
32 เรื่อง 27 Local Vegetables In My Village Testเรื่อง 27 Local Vegetables In My Villageชั้นประถมศึกษาปีที่ 6กลุ่มสาระการเรียนรู้ภาษาต่างประเทศ(ภาษาอังกฤษ)คำชี้แจง ให้นักเรียนทำข้อทดสอบทั้งหมด 15 ข้อ โดยใช้ Mouse
33 1.What is not a Local vegetables in my village? 301.What is not a Local vegetables in my village?A. KayangB.Pak - VanC.Cha-omD.cucumber
34 2.What is a local vegetables ? 302.What is a local vegetables ?A. dillB.chilliC. cherryD.pear
35 3.What is Hua Plee in English ? 303.What is Hua Plee in English ?A. Dragon TongueB.Banana flowerC.DillD.Okra
36 4.What is a Bai Bua Bok in English ? 304.What is a Bai Bua Bok in English ?A. DillB.Kee LekC.PennyroyalD.Okra
37 5.What is a Edible Fern in Thai ? 305.What is a Edible Fern in Thai ?A. Pak koodB. Pak VanC. E - lertD.Yod Mala
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