This is a refreshing dish that reminds me of a starter salad in a Thai restaurant. A great way to use the abundance of cucumbers growing in your garden!

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Mix all ingredients together. I consider this mildly spicy; add more or less red pepper flakes to adjust the heat.

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By shawnasong

This is a refreshing dish that reminds me of a starter salad in a Thai restaurant. A great way to use the abundance of cucumbers growing in your garden!

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I lived in upcountry Thailand for 2 years... How I miss som-tom... but I'll try this out. Looks yummy. You can also make it with unripen papaya or mangoes and you orange juice as a base.

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We only had 1 cuke, so we adjusted the ingredients. This is pretty good. It is a light summer salad. I think it would taste even better if it marinated for a while.

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mmm sounds good~!

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We only had 1 cuke, so we adjusted the ingredients. This is pretty good. It is a light summer salad. I think it would taste even better if it marinated for a while.

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mmm sounds good~!

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I lived in upcountry Thailand for 2 years... How I miss som-tom... but I'll try this out. Looks yummy. You can also make it with unripen papaya or mangoes and you orange juice as a base.

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