I grew up in the stereotypical country town. I grew up on a farm, eating basic meat and vegetables, not being adventurous at all with food. Up until I was around sixteen, my only experience with food from other cultures was during primary school where we had to study different countries.
In year four, we all learned how to use chopsticks, a skill I had to re-learn in my late teen years. In year nine, I changed schools. Moving from the small country town to a city. This gave me a lot of cultural experiences that I would not have had otherwise.
I remember when I got my license, it allowed me to stay back later and have dinner or go out with my new friends. This was my first experience at a Thai restaurant. It was so interesting to see the different types of meals that I had never…
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