The plant-based food boom in Bangkok, with Jug Sriyananda | The Coconuts Podcast | February 19, 2021

Photo: Plantiful Bangkok
Photo: Plantiful Bangkok

Plant-based eateries have been sprouting across Bangkok, and we speak with BK Magazine writer Jug Sriyananda to see if there’s a place for veggie substitutes in Thai cuisine.

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