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Discover Guangzhou Self Guided Book is written by Janvi Tours, formerly Guangzhou Private Tour Guide Janvi or Guangzhou Tour Guide Janvi


Written by Janvi Chow
Published August 2018

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Guozheng Zongzi

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Guozheng Zongzi is the improved zongzi. Zongzi is a pyramid-shaped mass of glutious rice wrapped in leaves. Guangzhou zongzi features big size and nice shape. Fillings beside the fresh meati, there are sliced chicken, sliced duck, barbeque pork, vitelline mung bean and so on.

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Jiang Zhuang Nai

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Jiang Zhuang Nai is the milk with ginger juice in jelly shape. Chemistry happens when the ginger put together with the milk at the temperature of 40 degree to 100 degree. The creamery is concreting.

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Double Layer Steamed Milk

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A specialty of Guangzhou, Shuang Pi Nai or Double Layer Steamed Milk is enjoyed by both young and old. The dish is actually simmered milk with a solid covering made from a mixture of egg white and milk, hence the name Double-Skin Milk.

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Marinated Duck Jaw

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Marinated Duck Jaw is a nice snack to increase your appetite. The cooking method is easy, but the way of making marinated juice is complex.This juice can be bought from the shop.So if the duck jaw and the marinated juice all are available, you can start making appetizing now.

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Yun Tun Mian

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Yun Tun Mian is the local name called by Cantonese. Yun Tun Mian is wonton. It is said that in they had already had the habit of having wonton in Tang and Song Dynasties. Thin and nearly transparent skin covers much filings is one of the most important features.

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