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Get ready for an in-depth look at the 2021 HOTELEX Shanghai International Coffee & Food Festival.

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Our presenter tries Tasogare's low-sugar and sugar-free options.

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The story of Tasogare began in Japan, culminating in it becoming the sponsor of the 2022 Asian Games.

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The 123GO from TIMEMORE makes the process of coffee grinding accessible to everyone.

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Our presenter turns his attention to the Ultimate Coffee booth.

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Our presenter continues to explore more booths at the coffee convention.

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Our presenter takes a look at products by Cafe de Kona and Fellow.

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Our presenter has some closing thoughts after four days at the coffee convention.

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Chinese wontons are the centerpiece of many Chinese meals. History and geography have given the wonton many different names and styles. Learn about them all in this video!

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Learn how to make the classic Chinese dumpling dish, wontons.

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Growing vegetables at home means you won't need to keep buying them at the market.

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How do you keep cabbages looking and tasting fresh?

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How did Lin Huilan go from working in telecommunications to growing plants in her own home?

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Plants that can't be grown again can be turned into works of art.

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China has a large population. It also has the world's most rich and diverse natural landscape. The type of geography and climate contribute to the formation and preservation of the species. Any other country is not likely to have so many potential food ingredients.People collect, pick, dig [and] fish in order to get these gifts from the great nature. Through the seasons, we are about to see the story of man and nature behind its delicious foods.

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Ji Di village is the truffle production center in Shangri-La. At three in the morning, this is already an empty village. People who have the ability to climb mountains are all out to look for the magical fungus.

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Heavy rain makes the wild mushrooms quickly soar out in the wild forest. If they miss this one month in the rainy season, the truffles will have disappeared completely. In order to keep receiving gifts from nature, the villagers comply with the rules of the mountains.

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Bamboo shoots are normally hidden under the mud. How do we find them? Why do Chinese cooks love this vegetable?

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What are the tricks when you are digging up bamboo shoots?
The camera is now focused on Guang Xi, 1500 km away from the Zhejiang province where there is another kind of bamboo shoot growing in the hot and humid forest.

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How many bamboo shoots do we know so far? Winter bamboo shoots, spring bamboo shoots, sour bamboo shoots. How are these bamboo shoots processed and cooked?

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Lao Huang and his son, Shu Jiang, started building a mud kitchen to boil salt. So, what are they doing with that much salt?

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What makes Nuodeng salt the best option for ham-making? How is Nuodeng ham made and what's the best way to enjoy it?

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Shu Jiang has been making ham for ten years, but he's still not as good as his father. What are the tricks to make good hams? When the weather is humid enough, do those hams go mouldy?

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In October, the middle reaches of the Yangtze River area officially enter the fall. In the Hubei Province, the water level begins to decline in the lakes near the Yangtze River. This natural phenomena creates an opportunity for people to take a close look at the bottom of the lake and brings us a delicious delicacy.

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