kruap gi, whatever…

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pong: http://blog.nestlepoell.net/2011/04/25/kruap-gi-whatever/
pong: 😀
Hor Ratanak: omggg
Hor Ratanak: ><
Hor Ratanak: ur buzz
Hor Ratanak: was stressing me out
pong: 😀
Hor Ratanak: EWWW IT LOOK LIKE FISH EGG
Hor Ratanak: or whatever

So much help from my khmer buddy… lol!

After downing a glass of extra joss, i saw my colleague preparing her hot water drink with some black seed… i asked what is it in english,  she doesnt know but she said its “Kruap Gee” or something like that in Khmer… another staff whose pregnant said it’s good for the health…

So yeah, i did try it out and it’s not so bad at all! it feels like jelly or something and tastes like tapioca pearl (sago)… this is way better than the ‘sago” they sell at the grocery… Speaking of grocery, i once saw the same thing at Lucky, i’ll probably check it out what’s it called in english, i’ll let you know!

37 Responses to kruap gi, whatever…

  1. Robert Knight says:

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  2. Zac Coplan says:

    Great post. I love trying new things. I will be sure to subscribe to your blog I mostly read up on Gilbert Homes but i find this very interesting. Think you very much

  3. No doubt its a grate post.
    Its a interesting and useful blog post.
    Thanks for this nice sharing.

  4. I thought at first by seeing that photo, I thought it was really tapioca 🙂 But Kruap Gee is interesting I just typed it on my google search bar! 😀

  5. LoveChic says:

    When i first the picture, I couldn’t understand what it was – many small eyes and the color is grey. In fact that it is unbelievalbe for me how it is possible to drink it. So many cultures, so many tastes! ❗ 😉

  6. I think it is a very useful post.
    Thanks for sharing this post.

  7. Linksy says:

    😆 very useful post.
    Thanks for sharing this post. 😉

  8. Great stuff, I loved to drink, thanks for sharing

  9. 🙂 No doubt its a grate post.
    Its a interesting and useful blog post.

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  11. I actually use to drink this quite often as a child. It’s really odd and the texture is unlike any other drink in the world. I am not sure if it’s actually all that tasty but it sure leaves an impression on others.

  12. EWWWWWWWWWWWW

    This looks so gross. Looks can be deceiving, so maybe I’ll try it?

  13. markwhite says:

    thanks for sharing buddy

  14. I loved to drink, thanks for sharing

  15. camera parts says:

    yes, very good . 😉

  16. camera parts says:

    Speaking of grocery, i once saw the same thing at Lucky, i’ll probably check it out what’s it called in english, i’ll let you know!

  17. camera parts says:

    So yeah, i did try it out and it’s not so bad at all! it feels like jelly or something and tastes like tapioca pearl (sago)

  18. markwhite says:

    thanks for sharing buddy .

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  20. Is that a dish.Well ithink i have to use my iphone app to find out what exactly it is.anyways thanks a lot for sharing it

  21. Homejobstop says:

    This is very nice stuff to drink with juices thanks for this post

  22. Very nice stuff and useful in summer season its very tasty to take it with juices very nice blog about it thanks for this post

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  25. Mary says:

    It’s noot look tasty

  26. Bet24 says:

    Its very helpful for us.I like your post.Thanks for a great post

  27. Sudha says:

    i am also doing this type of drink

  28. ivoryprint says:

    really tasty drink

  29. i dont have the guts to trink that.

  30. It does look healthy. I’m not sure if a lot of people would be comfortable with this drink though. But hey, as long as it’s healthy and tastes alright it should be fine.

    Brandon Patton

  31. jsonvega says:

    its chia seeds 😆

  32. Justin says:

    looks a lot like Chia Seeds, this is what i eat for breakfast every day.

  33. Mujtaba says:

    Sweet Basil in english.

  34. patupedia says:

    wow seems so fresh … 😛

  35. oshop says:

    coupled with milk and ice cubes more delicious

  36. doody says:

    enak nampaknya minuman ini

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