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Re: Hakka crusine ..Salted Tea Soup
>From email@example.com Fri Jan 10 22:02:59 1997
Subject: Re: Hakka crusine ..Salted Tea Soup
> >From Seow=Yoke=Kong%MLEO%ML@singtel.com Mon Jan 6 19:49:48 1997
> From: "seow yoke kong" <Seow=Yoke=Kong%MLEO%ML@singtel.com>
> Subject: Hakka crusine ..Salted Tea Soup
> [moderator:Chhiang ki yit-fun to firstname.lastname@example.org Tou-Chhia !]
> >From email@example.com Mon Jan 6 11:11:55 1997
> >Reply to Thomas Wong's Msg, I know of 1 Disk called "Ham Cha" or
> >"Salted Tea" which is quite known to "Hor Por" or "Hoi Lu Fung" people.
> >However, I do not think it's available in resturants here and hence only
> >available in households. I've also heard that it's is available
> >in some small villages in Johor though have not managed to try it out.
> Yes, we used to have it frequently in Seremban, Malaysia, too. In fact, I
> can say I have been helping my mother to make it since I was a kid, rolling
> the tea leaves and peanuts into..well, paste ? My mom is a "Hoi Lu Fung".
> Great dish, esp., with the peanuts or some sort of crispy rice (not sure
> what it is called in English). I wonder if people in Taiwan or other parts
> of the world have this ?
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You can try this "Lui Char" in some restaurant in Kulai, Johor for about
RM2.00 a dish. I tried it in a Kopitiam along the Kulai main road.
I am a Ho Poh Hakka from Kuching, and my grandparent used to made it, I
especially like to drink the juice made from "Khoo Net Sim" the bitter
leaves with thorns.