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In recent years, a controversial street food, Luosifen (螺蛳粉), has taken China by storm. Some people say it’s extremely stinky, a foul, sour smell that penetrates the soul after consumption; others think it is very fragrant, and they are convinced that "if you eat luosifen three times, there’s no way you won’t be addicted".
Luosifen, translated as “snail rice noodle”, is a traditional snack in Liuzhou, Guangxi Province, which can be described as a combination of "stinky, spicy, fresh, fragrant and sour". The ingredients are particularly rich, in addition to the main ingredient: rice noodles, there are also pickled bamboo shoots, pickled green beans, bean curd, fried peanuts and so on.
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