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Adventures in Eating Upper Intermediate

Adventures in Eating
John, Dilu
2134
Upper Intermediate
organic food, food
describing feelings, expressing opinions
不管(bùguǎn), 果然 (guǒrán), in vain

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Exploring the world of Chinese food is not for the faint of heart. Those of us not used to eating the organs of animals should be weary. Many traditional Chinese dishes revel in using all kinds of offal in their preparation. And names can be misleading. Even if you think you know what is in a dish, it's easy to get it wrong. In this lesson, two friends check out the food at a Taiwanese night market and are in for a surprise. Also, be sure to check out the new task feature below, ChinesePod's newest way to enrich your learning experience along with fellow poddies!

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