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RFGS | Nov 5, 2002 05:23 PM

Several pages ago, someone made mention of the fact (or factoid) that real Thai places don't use broccoli in pad see yew but use "karang". I've been offered pad see yew in fairly gringo-ish places (Ocha, for instance) with a choice of "broccoli or chinese broccoli", which latter, generally, appears to be what my local market calls "gai lan". Is this different from "karang", or the same thing transliterated twice? If "karang" is different, where can I get it?


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