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mrnyc | Nov 25, 202008:17 AM     2

hello all -- trying to get back to ye olde ch days of actual chowhounding here. ;)

can we find this odiferous chinese snail noodle soup in town anywhere? its from liuzhou. sounds very, very good for the cold weather:

Luosifen features rice vermicelli soaked in a spicy broth, topped with locally grown ingredients including bamboo shoots, string beans, turnips, peanuts and tofu skin.

Despite having the word "snail" in its Chinese name, actual snails don't commonly appear in the dish, but are used to flavor the broth.

-- see the link below for more.

How the 'durian of soup' became the hippest dish in China

Just like the notorious durian fruit, luosifen -- a snail-based noodle soup dish -- has created a huge buzz on Chinese social media thanks to its infamous...

www.cnn.com
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