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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Chinese Food in America vs Chinese Food in China Chinese Food in America vs Chinese Food in China Menus in China are usually illustrated hardback books, in which almost every single dish has a picture. That means a menu typically has around 20 pages. Menus Menus in American only have one pages,just with the name and descripation. Ingredients Chinese food puts more attention on vegetables,bean products, and cooked wheaten food. Most Chinese dishes in the U.S. focus on a kind of meat, beef, pork or chicken, with vegetables just as sides or fillers. Taste Chinese people like to use several different spices, a little of each kind, in one single dish. Besides salt and sugar, there are many other common spices in China, including dried chili, wild pepper, star anise, Chinese cinnamon, soybean source, water chestnut powder, etc. - Most popular Chinese food in the U.S. is loaded with salt and sugar, so it tastes sweeter, saltier,and can often be greasier than authentic Chinese food. Cooking methods Chinese people takes quite a long time to prepare and cook a traditional Chinese dish because they emphasize the harmony of three features, color, aroma, and taste. Chinese chefs also pay much attention to how they cut their ingredients.Chinese people only fry food occasionally. Methods such as stewing, braising, baking, steaming, boiling, and even fermenting are commonly used in authentic Chinese cuisine, Americanized Chinese cuisine simplifies cooking steps. It is mainly cooked through frying,
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