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Dodoya Simple Soybean Drink: A Taiwanese soybean drink that is much lighter and less sweet than your typical American soymilk. Very refreshing. Healthy, hydrating, and invigorating. Purchased from M2M in Manhattan. 4.0/5.0

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Happy Lemon lemon green tea with honey: An excellent blend of sweet, herbal, and acidic. Great lemon flavor, incredibly refreshing. 4.0/5.0

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Happy Lemon special cooler lemon slush: I'm not sure what special cooler means, but this Taiwanese drink chain continues to be one of my favorite places to visit when I'm in Flushing, Queens. This slush was on the sweet side but was also pleasantly tart and contained what seemed to be jelly bits (I didn't pay for any add-ins, so this was a pleasant surprise). Perfect for warm days. 4.0/5.0

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Hsin Tung Yang Sesame flavored dried bean curd: Dried bean curd is one of my favorite Taiwanese snacks and is not quite like anything I've had from American grocery stores. Fried bean curd, saturated in sesame oil, is wrinkled almost like an enlarged raisin, but comes in large strips like beef jerky. It has an intensely savory sweet chili-garlic flavor and leaves your fingers and tongue slick with a (unhealthy) coating of grease, which undoubtably adds to its deliciousness. I can't say exactly where this bag was from as my parents had i... (read more) 4.0/5.0

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Hwa Yuan Jenyowe Cuttlefish Crackers: From Taiwan, these seafood crackers are shaped like curled squid tentacles and have a vivid glazed orange color. They taste like a cross between shrimp crackers and fried calamari - definitely seafood flavored, but not easily pinpointed to a single type of underwater creature. Cost less than $2 for a bag at Hong Kong Supermarket in Manhattan's Chinatown. Not healthy, but tasty. 3.5/5.0

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I Mei sesame cream wafers: I was excited to find a black sesame flavored snack, but these wafers are unfortunately lacking. The wafer texture and flavor is not unlike a typical ice cream cone (styrofoam-like), and there is only a small amount of cream. The snack would benefit from more cream and sesame flavor and a little more sweetness (there is 4g sugar in one serving). 2.0/5.0

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