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When cereal or a toasted bagel with cream cheese in the morning just isn’t cutting it, many of us think back to some of the breakfast choices in China: dumplings, buns, noodles, warm soy milk, and even Chinese crullers (or, to those electronic dictionaries of yesteryear “deep-fried twisted dough sticks”). This short video (<5 minutes) is a brief introduction to Taiwan’s breakfasts, including the shaobing [烧饼], the fantuan [饭团], and one version of Taiwanese pancakes and eggs with a little bit of background about the dishes. 别流口水!

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