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Q: Have any of you tried bird nest soup?

9 years 35 weeks ago in  Food  - Chengdu

 
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I have tried it. Nothing special from my point of view. It is not bad taseting and so I would drink it if someone orders it but I would never choose it.

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The soup tastes much better if you can make them at home.

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i am a poor guy, cann't affort this delicious food Laughing out loud
and i totally have no interesting to taste it. Tongue

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