Thai Sticky Rice

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delicious! not very hard to make and tastes very nice. why don't more people talk about the food?!

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aufsaetzelinkwise
aufsaetzelinkwise posted 13:15, 15 Sep 2017
great) I like Asian cuisine
Browneeya
Browneeya posted 15:03, 11 Sep 2017
ohhh, fantastic idea)
Ben23
Ben23 posted 10:46, 30 Aug 2017
Great, and so easy)
TheFlowerAuthority.com
TheFlowerAuthority.com posted 21:50, 16 Nov 2007
Wow... this is not only healthy but sounds scrummmmmshisssh!

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