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9 Must-Try Dishes in Vietnam

Chefs Ed Lee, Stuart Brioza and Bryan Caswell took a dream trip to Vietnam hosted by Red Boat fish sauce. Here, Lee—chef/owner of 610 Mag...
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Dau Rong

Known as dragon beans or winged beans, these odd-looking legumes have four spikes or “wings” with frilly edges, and they taste somewhere between a snow pea and an asparagus but with a succulent mouthfeel. Most places prepared them the same way: wok sautéed with fish sauce, garlic, scallions and a little citrus. This could easily become the trendiest vegetable in the States if someone can figure out how to grow them properly. I’d at least be a loyal customer.

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