Mung Tofu which is also called Extra-thin Beancurd Skin refers to one of a typical Beijing snack just as popular as Mung bean milk. Mung Tofu is being loved for its secret ingredients and marvelous tastes. With a profound history that can be traced back to hundreds of years ago, it was first loved by the poor who had no better food to eat. But surprisingly, the rich also fell in love with it. Most major restaurants in Beijing now offer Mung Tofu, but the taste is different from the original ones because of the oil used has been changed from caproic oil to vegetable oil.

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