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What's Your Favorite Asian Cuisine?

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Bee bim bop (in all of its various spellings). I'm also a big fan of soba noodles - they are super delicious and versatile.
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I like Japanese cuisine for the freshness of ingredients, and because little oil is used. Also Vietnamese for the fresh herbs. Cantonese steamed fish is also delicious and non-greasy
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Bee bim bop (in all of its various spellings). I'm also a big fan of soba noodles - they are super delicious and versatile.
I just had Korean Bibimbap for the first time last week, I'd love to know more about Korean flavourings and cooking techniques!
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I sheepishly admit that Asian food is not something we cook all that often and when we do go out to eat, it is very rarely Asian food. Its not that I don't enjoy because I do very much; its just not on the forefront of my mind when thinking of what to eat.
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I once tried a hard boiled egg that had a duck fetus inside. The locals told me it was just a duck egg and had me eat it in the dark. When I found out what it was I decided never again. But I must admit, it was delicious!
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I would say I eat Chinese food about three times a week on average. I can't get enough of that stuff.
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Vietnamese food is really flavorful but light. Its by far my favorite Asian food.
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I like Japanese cuisine for the freshness of ingredients, and because little oil is used. Also Vietnamese for the fresh herbs. Cantonese steamed fish is also delicious and non-greasy
We have similar taste Willie. I love all of that.
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Fish Balls are probably for Asians what Hot Dogs are for Americans. They are not the testicles of fish, as one could suspect, but pulverized or pressed fish meat, eaten on a stick or as soup, mainly available at Asian hawker stalls or street vendors everywhere in the region.
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Korean because I love all the warm, hearty soups... and I love the sweet spiciness of all Korean food.
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I could eat spring rolls all day and all night.
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I just had Korean Bibimbap for the first time last week, I'd love to know more about Korean flavourings and cooking techniques!
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Low Mein. I have it three times a week when I am working.
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Bibimbap is DELICIOUS. Try to find a good tofu/Korean joint near you.
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Oh, it's so hard to pick a favorite! I love Chinese, Korean and Thai. I'm not so quite in love with Japanese. Too much fish. I've tried and tried to like fish and I just can't.
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