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Are egg rolls Chinese? (split from Ontario board)

chefhound | Sep 15, 201005:51 PM     14

NOTE FROM MODERATOR: this thread was split off from the following discussion on the Ontario board:
http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/734278

I'd have to second the flawed logic comment. Why would Chinese people want to eat egg rolls and chicken balls when there's Peking duck to be had?

In any case, this post wouldn't get any snarky comments if it had said Chinese-Canadian food. What the OP is looking for isn't Chinese food. I doubt you could find an egg roll in China, Hong Kong or Taiwan.

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