If there is a single food experience that most represents Hong Kong and the Cantonese people, it is yum cha. In Cantonese it literally means “drink tea,” but it refers to the traditional meal of dim sum accompanied by tea. People normally go for yum cha in the early morning through to lunchtime. Any good […]Read more "HONG KONG FOODS “DIM SUM"
Sushi is a typical Japanese food with over a thousand years of history and tradition. It has become perhaps the most visible example of Japanese cuisine in other countries. sushi can be prepared with either brown or white rice. It is often prepared with raw seafood, but some common varieties of sushi use […]Read more "JAPANESE “SUSHI”"
Seafood is defined as the edible creatures found in the sea. It includes most of the fish, shellfish (including mollusks and crustaceans), and sea plants like algae and weeds. Fresh water creatures may also be included in the term seafood, so it could be simply pertains to edible aquatic life. Before, some sea mammals such […]Read more "EFFECTS OF EATING SEAFOODS"
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