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Masa Assassin

Great stuff Kirk! The Bamboo Tubes, filled with coconut flavored sticky rice sound amazing.


Hi MA - Thanks....the Missus wished that She had tried that earlier.


So what was the nightly snack at the hotel?


Hi Sandy - It varied...usually some type of sticky rice dessert, pudding, rice was a nice way to end the evening.


Ahh I love all the interesting street food, it all looks good. Thanks for taking us all along for such a thrilling vicarious food adventure!


Dying to know what's in an M-150?


Hi FH - Thank you, for reading!

Hi Krista - Funny thing, upon our return to the states, we saw cartons of M-150 in a local Cambodian Market. Just one of the may things we hadn't noticed before. From information gleaned from here:

The main ingredients are: B6, Niacin, Inositol, Caffeine, Taurine.

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