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yay to a visit to poh cheu! but nay. to not having what i really wanted.I wanted to grab me some of those bamboo shoot kuehs. they are one of the last few traditional kueh stores around that make these soon kuehs with bamboo shoot fillings. so i settled for second best. the soon kueh with turnip. it's all handmade. the outer rice skin down to the fillings that are fried at the stall fresh every morning. now what;s the difference? the bamboo shoots are crunchier and have a much nicer bite. They a
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yay to a visit to poh cheu!

but nay. to not having what i really wanted.

I wanted to grab me some of those bamboo shoot kuehs.

they are one of the last few traditional kueh stores around that make these soon kuehs with bamboo shoot fillings.
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so i settled for second best.

the soon kueh with turnip.

it's all handmade. the outer rice skin down to the fillings that are fried at the stall fresh every morning. now what;s the difference? the bamboo shoots are crunchier and have a much nicer bite. They also cost 20 cents more per piece. Otherwise, this one is also full on fillings, replacing bamboo shoot with shredded turnip and the rest is all the same, shredded red carrots and black fungus. mmm!

drizzle on their sweet black sauce and a dollop of chilli paste to boot.

simple and so satisfying.
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