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    monkeyu4

    Member since Mar 2004

    Chef #129656

    From San Mateo, California

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    Reviewed Shu Mai (Japanese Steamed Wontons)

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    Wednesday, Mar 3, 2004 on Food.com
     |  6 Reviews  |  By Sue Lau
    LinMarie says:

    "I have not tried this one either but everyone should know that shu mai is not Japanese but Chinese steamed dumplings eaten in the morning along with other dim sum dishes. This person just pronounced it in cantonese and mandarin. "Shu" and "shao" means small or little."

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