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Q: What are some must eat things in Fujian provence?

I love trying regional foods from around China. I like making list of foods to try and checking them off. So please help me create one for Fujian. 

5 years 37 weeks ago in  Food  - Other cities

 
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Black dumplings...massive, tasty black dumplings.

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Hong cha, best black tea I drunk in China.

They also sell black ducks. I'm not sure are they cooked already, or that's raw.

Must be something with black color in Fujian.

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Ask if they have a local noodles. Most provinces and many cities have noodles that are better than all the others. 

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