Lao Street Foods, LLC formally known as KhaoLaam

Lao cuisine is the cuisine of Laos, which is distinct from other Southeast Asian cuisines. The staple food of the Lao is steamed sticky rice, which is eaten by hand. In fact, the Lao eat more sticky rice than any other people in the world. khao laam  Lao: ເຂົ້າຫລາມ) is a Southeast Asian rice dish made of sticky rice with red beans, sugar, grated coconut and coconut milk roasted in specially-prepared bamboo sections of different diameters and lengths. It can be prepared with white or dark purple (khao niao dam) varieties of glutinous rice. Sometimes described as a "cake", thick khao lam containers may have a filling of coconut custard in the center which is made from coconut milk,  and sugar. In Lao,“khao” means glutinous rice and “laam” means the cooking process which involves roasting the contents in prepared bamboo sections. Khaolaam has many advantages. For example, it can be consumed as food or as a dessert It is a cultural food and is an vegan product . Moreover, Lao people present Khaolaam to monks/Elders to make merit. Furthermore, it is Lao traditional foods dating back thousands of years. At KHAOLAAM, LLC we have chosen to be a company that will conserve this traditional cuisine for next generations to come. #LaoFoodMovement