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Khanom Thong Yo, Kanchanaburi Food

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Kanom Thong Yo

           Khanom Thong Yo (Mee Si) is a traditional Karen dish. It is classified as a sweet or snack food. Mee Si is a Karen word that means mashed rice produced from steamed glutinous rice. Roasted black sesame with salt, mashed together until a homogenous taste, salty and oily, commonly made for making merit and donating generosity to the deceased, considered an offering to Thai Buddhists. Karen folks enjoy making gold yo when travelling long distances. Bring a bamboo canister to eat from along the route because it can be preserved for an extended period of time. Distinct individuality Mee Si is a meal that is peculiar to the Karen people and is used for major rituals. passed on from generation to generation Most Karen people in Thong Pha Phum district used to travel considerable distances along the border. It is critical to be able to preserve food for several days in order to find a quiet home. to locate an appropriate address or destination When the Karen people travel into the jungle to farm for several days, they bring mee as their meal. because sticky rice is used to make Mee si.

           Significance and social and spiritual worth in that community’s way of life Mee Si (or Thong Yo) is a Karen cuisine that can be found in the sub-district where the Karen ethnicity lives. Tha Khanun, Huai Khayeng Subdistrict, Chalae Subdistrict, Hin Dat Subdistrict, Linthin Subdistrict, Pilok Subdistrict, Saphan Nikhom Subdistrict, Somrup Subdistrict Mee Si or Thong Yo is a type of dessert for Thai nationals living in Tha Khanun Sub-district. Thais in Tha Khan sub-district claim that rice was sown in every rai of rice field in ancient times. Glutinous rice must also be cultivated since it is believed that rice is the male and glutinous rice is the female. When harvest season arrives, they would steam the glutinous rice that has been sown in the fields and at the end of the field to make thong yo. Because rice will be more fragrant and taste better than any other season.

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           Significance and social and spiritual worth in that community’s way of life Mee Si (or Thong Yo) is a Karen cuisine that can be found in the sub-district where the Karen ethnicity lives. Tha Khanun, Huai Khayeng Subdistrict, Chalae Subdistrict, Hin Dat Subdistrict, Linthin Subdistrict, Pilok Subdistrict, Saphan Nikhom Subdistrict, Somrup Subdistrict Mee Si or Thong Yo is a type of dessert for Thai nationals living in Tha Khanun Sub-district. Thais in Tha Khan sub-district claim that rice was sown in every rai of rice field in ancient times. Glutinous rice must also be cultivated since it is believed that rice is the male and glutinous rice is the female. When harvest season arrives, they would steam the glutinous rice that has been sown in the fields and at the end of the field to make thong yo. Because rice will be more fragrant and taste better than any other season.

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