Pai doufu-ru also known as white doufu-ru (pickled tofu) refers to the most fermented tofu with numerous versions: it can be seasoned with pepper, sesame oil, and spices such as anise and cinnamon or ingredients such as lemon juice or rind, minced ham and dried shrimp.

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