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A perennial favorite, you’ll always find a version of this soup on the menu in Chinese-American restaurants. You’ll be glad to know how to make this takeout favorite, it’s easier than you might expect!. Much of he heat comes from the white peppercorns and the sour comes from rice wine vinegar. The lion’s share of prep time comes in getting the array ingredients ready, then it comes together in no time. Perfect for a chilly day or Chinese New Year’s feast. White peppercorn is spicy, musky and earthy. These qualities play well with the variety of woodsy mushrooms and pork loin.


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