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Dokmai Garden's Guide to Fruits and Vegetables in Southeast Asian Markets

Field / Identification Guide
By: Eric Danell(Author), Anna Kiss(Author), Martina Stöhrová(Author)
195 pages, 276 colour photos
Publisher: White Lotus
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Dokmai Garden's Guide to Fruits and Vegetables in Southeast Asian Markets is your companion on visits to markets, restaurants and orchards. In this first volume we have selected 120 species of fruits, vegetables and mushrooms commonly found in Southeast Asia, Southern China and India. Thereby you will be sure about what you eat, which is important to fully enjoy the local food. The author, Associate Professor Eric Danell, is a specialist on Southeast Asian plants. If you wish to learn more, you can visit him at Dokmai Garden in Chiang Mai, Thailand. The information in Dokmai Garden's Guide to Fruits and Vegetables in Southeast Asian Markets is packed in a handy format, which enables you to bring it to the market with no efforts, and to keep it in your luggage without causing space or weight problems. Scientific accuracy, paired with personal and down-to-earth descriptions make Dokmai Garden's Guide to Fruits and Vegetables in Southeast Asian Markets unique, entertaining and helpful.

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Field / Identification Guide
By: Eric Danell(Author), Anna Kiss(Author), Martina Stöhrová(Author)
195 pages, 276 colour photos
Publisher: White Lotus
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