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Q: Is it weird that I miss Chinese food now that I'm in back in the states? ;/

When I was there, I was sick of it. Now I'm craving it. Boo.

6 years 23 weeks ago in  Food  - Guangzhou

 
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You might crave 'spike' in Chinese food. There was post few days ago about 'Chinese Restaurants are adding opium to food', just to make customers keep returning to the joint.

Here it is:

http://answers.echinacities.com/question/hooked-opium-yet

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6 years 23 weeks ago
 
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When you eat something all the time, it gets boring. Now that you can't eat it, you get hungry for it. Also, you might like all the MSG they put in the food. Try making some Chinese food at home.

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6 years 23 weeks ago
 
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go to panda express

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I'm going home next week. I'll definitely miss it. When I left the first two times, I really missed the food. Nope, not weird at all. *twitches*

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It's not weird at all chinese food back home makes your belly full faster but in reality you are not really full they actually put artificial fatteners to make you think you are. Chinese food in China is way better! 

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6 years 23 weeks ago

There are cookies, bookies and too many rookies for me to sit here trying to be a hooky! Looky Looky don't call me a wooky. Touchy Touchy Feely Feely Spicy Spicy Nicey Nicey & that's what the doctor Ordered!!

 
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try Cambells chicken noodle soup with hot peppers added, same thing

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"Is.................United States? ;/" It depends. If you came to really really like it, then I can see how you miss it.

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next time guangzhou!

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6 years 20 weeks ago
 
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Poor you, Happy Camper.  You must live in a one-horse town in the middle of North Dakota with no Chinese resto if you miss Chinese "food".  Chinese food in America, from coast to coast, north to south is far tastier, healthier, more nutritious than Chinese food in China.  You scoff?  Okay.  I'll tell you why Chinese food is better in America.

One, restaurant sanitation controls, inspections, rules & regs in the U.S. are second to none in the world.  Your kitchen stinks, your restaurant sinks.  You will eat well because the food is clean and will not make you sick - ehhh, most of the time.

Two, the recipes and menus are modified to suit the American palate - so you don't have to eat chicken feet or end up with a bone in your larynx.

Three, Chinese food in the U.S. costs about the same as Chinese food in China.

So, what's there to miss?  Besides fatty, oily foods, stringy beef/mutton that could be rat meat, ptomaine poisoning, salmonella, and skin, tendons & bones cloggin' up your windpipe...

Learn to cook, Happy.

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6 years 20 weeks ago
 
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I miss 奶茶 :(

I'm planning to go back to China in August/September. 

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I only miss 兰州 food when I go home. Everything else can be found in Chinatown.

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Except for Guilin mifen (which I cannot get in Beijing) GOOD GOD, NO!!!!!!!!!!!

I have lost 32 lbs (13Kg) in my 6 years here.

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What food you miss?

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