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The only uniqueness of the black carrot cake from Kampong Carrot Cake perhaps lies with its nostalgia taste; the style and taste of this black radish cake very much give you the same feeling of eating the same fried cai Tao Kueh along the road side’s stalls that perhaps can only be found in Malaysia now. Eating the black carrot cake from Kampong Carrot Cake is not just on the taste but the feeling of attachment and sentiment values from the old Kampong spirit. Unfortunately, for the younger gene
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The only uniqueness of the black carrot cake from Kampong Carrot Cake perhaps lies with its nostalgia taste; the style and taste of this black radish cake very much give you the same feeling of eating the same fried cai Tao Kueh along the road side’s stalls that perhaps can only be found in Malaysia now.
Eating the black carrot cake from Kampong Carrot Cake is not just on the taste but the feeling of attachment and sentiment values from the old Kampong spirit. Unfortunately, for the younger generations, it is simply a legacy that can only be imagined and unable to attest.
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