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Terminology

Pho – Flat rice noodles served in Pho is made of a special type of rice flour called “gao te”, famous for its fragrance.

Bun – Made from rice flour but with a different process, hence the round shape and not as flat as Pho.

Mi – Chinese originated thin strand egg noodles made from wheat dough with added eggs for color and flavor.

Hu Tieu – Hu tieu is flat strand of Chinese origin, made from seaweed and cassava flour; often called cellophane or glass noodle for its crystal clear appearance.

Com Tam – Broken rice due to processing from the field and transportation. Popular among street food vendors for is lesser price yet still provides the same nutrition values and slightly interesting textures and flavor

** indicates raw items – consuming raw or undercooked items may increase your risk of food borne illness

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