Author: stevenzzh

which do you like? chinese noodle VS pasta   [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2011-12-1 13:09:59 |Display all floors
Your question should be "which do you prefer ?".

I like both, maybe I have a preference toward pasta but it's because I have been used to it since I was young.

If it's in soup, I definitely prefer chinese noodles. If it's in sauce, I prefer pasta. If it's for shaomian, I also prefer chinese noodles.

My favourite noodles though are Malaysian Mamak Style noodles
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Post time 2011-12-1 14:14:19 |Display all floors
MisterPanda Post time: 2011-12-1 13:09
Your question should be "which do you prefer ?".

I like both, maybe I have a preference toward past ...

Well, if it is in sauce, I prefer south korean noodle--zhajiangmian.

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Post time 2011-12-1 17:16:46 |Display all floors
stevenzzh Post time: 2011-12-1 14:14
Well, if it is in sauce, I prefer south korean noodle--zhajiangmian.

I haven't tried them.

Generally I'm not a big fan of South Korean food though.
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Post time 2011-12-1 18:02:27 |Display all floors
I like my noodle and most who have tried it agree. It's the perfect size and consistency. Although some say a limp pasta will do in a pinch, if you can get it to stick on the wall, then it's ready.

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Post time 2011-12-5 09:38:01 |Display all floors
seneca Post time: 2011-12-3 14:21
Do you know the difference between "soup" and "sauce"?

I never eat a single NOODLE. I always eat  ...

You are totally wrong, jiaozi skins are made of wheat flour, not rice flour. But sweet dumplings are made of rice flour.

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Post time 2011-12-5 09:39:30 |Display all floors
This post was edited by stevenzzh at 2011-12-5 09:48
seneca Post time: 2011-12-3 14:21
Do you know the difference between "soup" and "sauce"?

I never eat a single NOODLE. I always eat  ...


And most noodles in china are made of wheat flour, only Guilin mixian, a special kind of noodle, is made of rice flour.

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Post time 2011-12-5 11:36:17 |Display all floors
This post was edited by nuligongzuo001 at 2011-12-5 11:36

I like both of them.Sometimes I like the  tasy one better.

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