More than half of the foods eaten in Thailand are made up of Thai spices, according to the latest figures from the World Health Organization.
Thailand has long been known for its rich spice heritage, and Thai food is one of the most popular dishes in the country.
It’s also a country with a rich cultural tradition and is a hotbed for traditional Thai cooking.
The country’s spice history is as old as the nation itself.
In ancient times, the first inhabitants of Thailand lived in the north of the country and became known as the “Sons of the North” or the “Thai people.”
In the 1950s, a wave of Vietnamese refugees began arriving in Thailand.
Thai restaurants began catering to the refugees.
The cuisine was so popular that in the 1980s, Thai restaurants started offering Vietnamese dishes, including fried rice, rice noodles and soups.
Thai cuisine is also known for the traditional Thai curry, which is a mix of dried chili peppers, chili powder and rice, along with fish sauce.
The spice history began in the late 1960s when Thai immigrants came to the country as the country was experiencing its Asian “modernization.”
The number of Thai immigrants has grown rapidly over the past decade.
In 2015, Thai immigrants made up 23 percent of the population.
There are more than 200,000 Thai immigrants living in the United States, according the U.S. Census Bureau.
They are estimated to be from 14 different countries, including Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
Thay has the world’s fourth-largest Muslim population, with an estimated 30 million people, according a Pew Research Center report.