On his flaming wok, a chef in a Bangkok hotel is adding an unusual ingredient to several dishes that will be set out on the buffet.
It is a nutritional algae, known as spirulina, cultivated just steps away on the hotel’s rooftop 27 stories above Siam Square.
“It helps to give you some energy, replacing the coffee,” said Manuel Reymondin, the resident manager of the Novotel on Siam Square.
Reymondin has become a daily consumer of spirulina, using it as a substantial protein source in …
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