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Xiangcaojing is the Chinese word for vanilla

Xiangchang is the Chinese word for "Sausage"
Xiangjial is the Chinese word for "banana".
Xianrou is the Chinese word for "bacon"
Xiaodianxin is the Chinese word for "cookies"

Xiaomai is the Chinese word for "wheat

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