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Sounds like hot pot. There are a zillion variations, with different kinds of broths and different things to cook in it, so I don't think there's any one recipe name you could search for to duplicate exactly what your friend had. It's possible that knowing the region he was in would allow some informed guesses from folks with some local knowledge (not me). ...


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the best way to find out what exact rice the takeaway shop uses is to get to know the owners/cooks well by being a constant polite patron. once you've established a connection with them they will generally tell you what rice they use if you're kind and polite in asking in a round about way. example of an old friend whose eaten there many times asking after ...


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No. Sodium bicarbonate isn't alkaline enough. You won't have traditional ramen unless you were to use sodium carbonate. You will end up with a noodle with less bite if you were to use baking soda. Just bake the sodium bicarbonate at 400-425F (not in a low oven like another poster is claiming) for 30 mins to an hour till its all become grainy rather than ...



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