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Somen noodles refers to a fine, white, dried wheat flour noodles used in Japanese cooking and also in Vietnamese cooking.

Suan tsai huo kuo refers to "Sour Cabbage Chafing Dish" that is unique to Taiwan's Northern style tastes.

Suan mei tang refers to Peking plum juice that is known to accompany any of the known Peking dishes. Peking plum juice is not only a traditional drink but a tasty addition to any meal

Suki is a Filipino word which means a "vendor" from whom one buys goods (food, etc.) regularly.

Sotanghon guisado refers to a dish of mungbean noodles sauteed with meats and vegetables. It is a Filipino dish.

Sinampalukang Manok refers to a Filipino dish made of chicken cooked with tamarind leaves and sprouts.

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