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Pizzas become popular among Muslims during fasting month

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YALA, 26 May 2018 (NNT) – Pizzas have become popular among Muslims during the fasting Ramadan month. 

 

Ms. Naruaini Muhi, the owner of a pizza shop on Siroros road in Yala province, said she had been selling pizzas for over a year with an initial investment of 20,000 baht. 

 

She also offers a franchise for 20,000 baht to interested persons and she currently has 11 branches in provincial seat area, Than To district, Bannangsata district and Srisakorn district of the southern province. 

 

The pizza prices range from 49 to 89 baht and at least 50 pizzas are sold daily during the Ramadan month.

 

 
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Ramadan is supposed to be a month of fasting, the same as Lent , so that people fast and may understand what it is like not to have enough food . 

 

But instead modern Muslims, at least in Indonesia, eat more food during the fasting month than they do normally throughout the rest of the year.  

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I hope we get many of these franchises in BKK, NOT in the malls but on sidewalks so we can easy buy one without parkingissues.

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I bet you dont get a pizza looking like in the photo for 89 baht.

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14 minutes ago, Misterwhisper said:

These are not pizzas; they are 6-inch spongy mini flat breads with a few toppings, smothered in sweetened mayonnaise and sweetened tomato ketchup and gratinated in an induction oven. Yuck!

Noy for me, but everybody has their own preference. 

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2 hours ago, VocalNeal said:

Ramadan is supposed to be a month of fasting, the same as Lent , so that people fast and may understand what it is like not to have enough food . 

 

But instead modern Muslims, at least in Indonesia, eat more food during the fasting month than they do normally throughout the rest of the year.  

True - some actually put on weight during the month.

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