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Chinese Food Facts (and opinion)

 

   
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Is Chop Suey Chinese or American?

 
       
Rice  
   

Are Chinese Really Rice Eaters?

Chinese Always Eat Long Grain Rice: True or False?

Rice, the World's Plainest Food?

China Rice Production and Exports

 
       
Chinese Tea  
 

When did Tea Arrive in Europe from China?

 
       
Soy  
   

Soybean: a Native of China

Soybean, the World’s Largest Source of Cooking Oil

Soybeans: Protein Rich

Soybeans: Why We Don't Eat Them Like Other Beans

Soy and Health

 
       
Utensils  
   

The Origin of Chopsticks

Chopsticks: How Chinese Use Them

Chopsticks, 'Chinese Tongs'

The Wok, More Than Just a Stir Fryer

 
   
     

 

 
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Chinese sticky rice dumpling reciperecipe  

Zongzi –Rice Dumplings
in Bamboo Leaves 粽子

 
Featured Chinese Food Snippets

What is Cassia?

The dried bark of the cassia tree (Cinnamomum cassia) is one of the ingredients of five spice powder. Cassia is related to and similar to the better known cinnamon, a native of Sri Lanka. An alternative name for cassia, Bastard Cinnamon provides a clue that, outside of China at least, it is considered inferior to cinnamon, the flavour being more pungent, not as sweet and delicate … more

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