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I'm with you - I have tried the moon cake every year, and have found it less than palatable. However, last year, I was given one which was white on the outside with coconut inside (not sure about the name) which was actually quite good! Try to find it if you can.

Hel

Maybe the more 'traditional' a food is in a country the more foreigners don't like it? Vegemite is a good example of this.

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Creditors 4 have better memories than debtors . haaa

chef4cook

I love mooncake! I buy it as a treat for myself when shopping at Asian markets here in the states. In Virginia, we have a very large Vietnamese population in Falls Church. There are tiny stalls where you can buy all kinds of foods and bakeries where you can purchase sweets and breads and mooncakes and, also Bhan Mi.

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