How To Make Cotton Candy By Hand, Using an Ancient Chinese Method — You Can Do This!

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  2. This is really a traditional Chinese food that lasts for a few hundreds (maybe thousand) years: Dragon Beard candy. It usually won't be served by itself, but wraps some diced peanut, walnut and dried coconut meat and served piece by piece. => https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jEikoYx9ESc

    It was once the Emperor's cuisine. Really impressed by the ancient creativeness and how it connects to the one of the four Chinese mythological animals. The more you understand the story of a country's cuisine, the more you find appreciation of it.

  3. When I went to South Korea, my mom and I went to Myeon Dong, and they had something like this, it was white, and they wrapped chopped almonds, chocolate, etc. with it. It tasted sooooo freaking gooooodddnajmsijmhbuguhnjjmqokmojs 😂

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