馒头:steamed bread
葱油椒盐花卷:steamed twisted rolls with scallion and spicy salt
干炒牛河:stir-fried rice noodles with beef
腊汁肉夹馍:Chinese hamburger
羊肉泡馍:pita bread soaked in lamb soup
岐山臊子面:Qishan minced noodles
毛蟹炒年糕:rice cake stir-fried with crabs
扁豆焖面:braised noodles with lentil
清明团子:sweet green rice ball


Episode 2 The Story of Staple Food

China has diverse natural, conditions across its land. As a result, Chinese people living in different areas enjoy absolutely different wyzfox.com. From the south to the north, the diverse staple food provide energy for human bodies. Moreover, they influence people's feelings towards the change of four seasons and enrich the lives of the Chinese.

The Ding Village in Shanxi is the most ancient village in the Central Plains. Housewives here are best at making food out of flour. Local people call the powdered cereals as flour.Cereal processing has a history of over 10,000 years. The most ancient millstone was unearthed just nearby. Today, millstones of the same shape are still being used. Millstones grind up cereals into powders. Sieve out the coarse grains. Then the real flour food appears.

Rich in mountains while lacking rivers, Shanxi is scarce in its vegetable varieties. Housewives cannot do much to enrich the non-staple food. So they figure out different ways of making flour food to increase the family's appetite. Flour is processed into various delicacies on the table.

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