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Old 1st June 2013, 04:17 PM
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Good Vietnamese food

Hanoi, Khalifa St, Abu Dhabi is the answer (the original hanoi and much better than its JLT branch)

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Again, try A-Mart on SZR. They're a specialty Japanese supermarket. That said, if its fermented to the extent that its got alcohol, you'll obviously have to look elsewhere.
Manny, Thanks I will look there.

In regards to having alcohol, this is not an issue. Fermented soybeans offer more health benefits than GM soy seeds that are used in US.

did you know for example that GM seeds being given by Monsanto produces a protein that is not natural to our body which can lead to allergic reactions ?

So yes, I stick with the Japanese version hands down.

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I try to stay away from soy as it messes with my oestrogen levels when I consume too much. I gain water weight, it triggers menses and I'm generally more (yes, even more) irritable.

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Any idea where I can buy a French press to make coffee at home?

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Carrefour, Ikea, CrateandBarrel, Home Centre, etc. (Most places where you usually buy them, have them)
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Manny, Thanks I will look there.

In regards to having alcohol, this is not an issue. Fermented soybeans offer more health benefits than GM soy seeds that are used in US.

did you know for example that GM seeds being given by Monsanto produces a protein that is not natural to our body which can lead to allergic reactions ?

So yes, I stick with the Japanese version hands down.
What I meant was if the fermented soybeans have an alcohol-content above 0.1%, you're not going to find it in any supermarket.

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Any place to buy real good Iranian/Persian sweets? I have been to a few Iranian restaurants but they didn't have any desert or sweets.

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Hi does anyone know from where can i get aunt jemimas pancake mix? Thanks

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Hi does anyone know from where can i get aunt jemimas pancake mix? Thanks
Choithrams in The Greens, or LuLu's Al Barsha, but it's been over a year since I looked.

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