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    Kha kai or not kha kai

    Is it possible to get Kha kai that is not made with coconut milk?
    If so does it have its own name?

    Im reffering to the redish coloured khai kai...
    kha kai mai si ga ti




    have its own name or not?!

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    I don't think it's called "Kha kai", must be something else.

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    I think your wrong...
    just say..

    kha kai mai si ga ti



    some 1 back some 1 up plz!?

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    I am Thai!




    but maybe i'm wrong.. ops:

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    admitting defeat?

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    BTW, please use 'Gai' for chicken and 'kai' for eggs. Thank you.

    Also, the reason Gow is confused is because no one would order it without coconut milk. It's like having a milkshake without any milk.

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    What? You mean like at Mcdonalds

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    They don't do milkshake at McDonalds, do they?

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    They do in the UK, chemical milkshakes, not sure about here as erm, well I can afford to eat at thai shacks

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    You can get kha kai that is not made with coconut milk. And obviously some people do order it cause I had it before!! It is red'ish in colour, better tasting than kha kai with coconut & cheaper!

    Ill find proof some day grrr



    process says:
    is there a name for kha kai that is not made with coconut milk?
    process says:
    or is it just
    process says:
    kha kai mai si ga ti
    >> ,, โทนี่ ปา ,, << a i s h i t e r u * says:
    yep
    process says:
    ah ook
    process says:
    have u had before?
    >> ,, โทนี่ ปา ,, << a i s h i t e r u * says:
    yer

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    Fair enough. I sometimes order burgers without the bun.

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    How do you call "kha gai" if it's without coconut milk?
    How do you call "burgert" if it's without bun?

    :roll: :roll:

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    You could call it 'a bunless burger', 'an Atkinsburger', or 'a low carb burger'.

    As for the Kha gai, I've no idea because I don't eat it unless it's forced upon me. I prefer bland Sunday lunches....

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