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Easy Thai Recipes. Everything from Thai Curry to Thai Chicken and Easy Pad Thai Recipe Kindle Edition
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If you're on Wheat Belly, Tamari is the proper substitute for soy sauce. And red chili paste is readily available in a lot of the Wal Mart produce sections so you can Thai to your heart's content. Mexican groceries had all kinds of hot red and even green chilies before Thai was popular here so that is another source of the necessary chilies for Thai foods -- your local, long standing Mexican market produce section.
In some larger cities, there may even be a Thai garden plot type farmer's market where they grow their own basil, other produce and vegetables you can buy to use in your Thai recipes. Look for these in a Thai or oriental section of town.
Health food stores also carry a lot of Thai ingredients because they are so healthy.
Sometimes Indian stores will also have a lot of the dry spices and the other ingredients used in Asian cooking so you might look there as well.
You will become quite fond of dark or toasted sesame oil once you start cooking with it. It will transform the taste and smells of your food in addition to the health of your stir fried food. That and coconut oil and butter are all I use these days.
I personally use only apple cider vinegar in place of any rice vinegar, etc., because apple cider vinegar is better for health than any other vinegar. It keeps your liver functioning better. But you can always add a little sugar substitute or sweetener to take the edge off if it is too sour for you or your family. Just don't add too much and defeat the healthy aspect of it.