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Handmade ‘kway teow’ rice noodles 新鲜手工粿条

One of the major frustrations of living abroad is that you never get fresh rice noodles. All the rice noodles you see are dried versions that you have to boil in water. But as all rice noodles connoisseurs know, these…

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