The norhtern Thai town of Phayao is known for its culinary use of all possible parts of cattle and buffalo, including the cloudy green liquid called phia, from the second ruminant sac. Locals call it khi phia, the prefix being the word for excrement, and use it to flavour dishes such as the local spicy meat salad, laab. RECIPE AVAILABLE.
© Michael Freeman.
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