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to be honest, I consider bánh giò one of the prettier snacks. I like it the most when the spoon slice through and make a half-soft, half-shiny cut....


Zedta - really???? Different horses for different courses :-)


seriously drooling here. but that's because i know what that probably tastes like.

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