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    i saw these grow when i was at Ixtapa,Mexico! they are cashew nuts …the fruit is quite fragrant…to me it was something like caramel!!!

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    read the blog.

    [i]Originally posted by MysteryMan[/i]
    what is that
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    [i]Originally posted by malaika[/i]

    http://navyphim.blogspot.com/2011/08/fruiting-love-and-obsession.html/quote

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    hmmm…

    [i]Originally posted by malaika[/i]
    read the blog.

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    [i]Originally posted by MysteryMan[/i]
    what is that
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    [i]Originally posted by malaika[/i]

    http://navyphim.blogspot.com/2011/08/fruiting-love-and-obsession.html/quote

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    It’s Cashew, Okay.. Impromptu mentioned it too.

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    Ohh, I just asked my mom about this. She said the same thing you said in your blog. Yes, I have ate this cashew (seeds) in Cambodia. My mom said the seeds are expensive in Cambodia. Thanks for sharing. Learned something new today, hehe.

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    great.. ask your mom about the “let it burn” post too.. see if she has heard to it..

    [i]Originally posted by icyfresh[/i]
    Ohh, I just asked my mom about this. She said the same thing you said in your blog. Yes, I have ate this cashew (seeds) in Cambodia. My mom said the seeds are expensive in Cambodia. Thanks for sharing. Learned something new today, hehe.

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    ^ I’m busy right now. Don’t want anymore lecture, lol.

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    Ok.. :)

    when you are free: http://navyphim.blogspot.com/2011/07/let-it-burn.html

    [i]Originally posted by icyfresh[/i]
    ^ I’m busy right now. Don’t want anymore lecture, lol.

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    y is it called svay chanthee? i dont understand

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    this will be the closest to experience the taste of this fruit so I just bought it:

    http://www.amazon.com/Brazil-Gourmet-Cashew-Nectar-Bottles/dp/B001NXH04W/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1315108898&sr=8-3

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    daymmmmmmmmmm ur blog is very personal

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    yes, it is… i personally made it… :)

    [i]Originally posted by KheanSnaeh[/i]
    daymmmmmmmmmm ur blog is very personal

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    that’s just the name of the fruit. if you were to ask me why a dog is called a dog, i don’t know…

    [i]Originally posted by KheanSnaeh[/i]
    y is it called svay chanthee? i dont understand

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    well you did a great job. And seems like you like u like to read books about kampuchea deep dark history.
    Anyways i suggest you read this book its very good book acccount of khmer rouge era from the eyes of a little girl in phnom penh.
    This book actually made me shed some tears.

    [i]Originally posted by malaika[/i]
    yes, it is… i personally made it… :)

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    [i]Originally posted by KheanSnaeh[/i]
    daymmmmmmmmmm ur blog is very personal

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    i read it… found her annoying. i suggest “When Broken Glass Floats” by Chanrithy Him — seem more honest and touching…

    [i]Originally posted by JackTsang05[/i]
    well you did a great job. And seems like you like u like to read books about kampuchea deep dark history.
    Anyways i suggest you read this book its very good book acccount of khmer rouge era from the eyes of a little girl in phnom penh.
    This book actually made me shed some tears.

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    [i]Originally posted by malaika[/i]
    yes, it is… i personally made it… :)

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    [i]Originally posted by KheanSnaeh[/i]
    daymmmmmmmmmm ur blog is very personal

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    [i]Originally posted by JackTsang05[/i]
    well you did a great job. And seems like you like u like to read books about kampuchea deep dark history.
    Anyways i suggest you read this book its very good book acccount of khmer rouge era from the eyes of a little girl in phnom penh.
    This book actually made me shed some tears.

    [img]http://imaginingourselves.imow.org/Asset/3152_webLoungUngBest.jpg[/img]

    [img]http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_CAJlJjsiEBk/S61XpBMX0KI/AAAAAAAAOAg/W5SN6RmALI0/S700/5810_Loung_Ung_First_they_killed_my_father.JPG[/img]

    Apology. Got it mixed up.

    [Message last modified 09-09-2011 01:21am by n_n1985]

    [Message last modified 09-09-2011 08:11am by n_n1985]

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    n_n1985 – who did you mix it up with?

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    Hi Malaika,

    I got her mixed up with Somaly Mam.

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    Somaly Mam book has generalization and stereotypes of Khmers. Where r all the haters?

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    Just like me, you also got the name mixed up. Loung Oung, picture’s on page 1 is an sensationalist author, and Somaly Mam is a thief who embezzled huge chunk of the charity’s money.

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    [i]Originally posted by n_n1985[/i]
    Just like me, you also got the name mixed up. Loung Oung, picture’s on page 1 is an sensationalist author, and Somaly Mam is a thief who embezzled huge chunk of the charity’s money.

    Proof that Somaly stole money? Im asking because my fam does a lot of work for the Cambodian community. We actually spend our own money but the the rumor is we take money from the bonns and fundraisers to buy stuff for ourselves. Total lies. What did my family gain from building wells in former Khmer Rouge territory. We just want peace and stability for everyone in our home province.

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    Before I go further. I’d like to hear a clarification that your family is part of the Somaly Mam foundation? If so, let me know whether you like to hear about it in the public or private.

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    [i]Originally posted by n_n1985[/i]
    Before I go further. I’d like to hear a clarification that your family is part of the Somaly Mam foundation? If so, let me know whether you like to hear about it in the public or private.

    No. I was using my family work as an example on rumors about stealing money for their own gain. We help with wells and school in our home province.

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