A staple combination of vegetables accompanies almost any Vietnamese meal. It is eaten by itself, and is an integral part of dishes like charbroiled beef over rice vermicilli. It consists of pickled daikon, pickled (and fresh) carrots, mint leaves, bean sprouts, and lettuce. The daikon and carrots are often cut into curly squiggly matchsticks, for easy chopstick pickup.

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