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People outside Myanmar may believe that Burmese are new to snacks. This is not true. Some of the snacks have even generated traditions. Lepet Thoke (Tea Leave Salad) and Gin Thoke (Ginger Mix) are the two best-known snacks that originate in Myanmar. They are usually served after every meal. It is a tradition to offer these snacks to visitors who come to a Burmese house. These dishes, as most of the Burmese dishes, are served on the floor, at a lower table.