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Start the day with Yangzhou morning tea

(chinadaily.om.cn)Updated: 2019-11-25

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Yaorou, the Chinese version of head cheese, is made of salted pork shank. [Photo/WeChat account: yzs_lyj]

Those craving a slower pace of life should consider Yangzhou in East China's Jiangsu province.

Yangzhou residents like to start the day off with a hot cup of morning tea, a creative combination of tea and dim sum which, as any local will tell you, is a crucial part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

Typically, morning tea in Yangzhou is served with yaorou, gansi, noodles, and Baozi.

Most teahouses will serve guests Luyangchun, a variety of green tea produced in Yizheng district. At Yangzhou's traditional Fuchun Teahouse, visitors are able to sample its signature Kuilongzhu tea.

Yaorou is the Chinese version of head cheese, made from salted pork shank.

Dazhu gansi – finely cut chicken, ham and dried tofu in chicken broth – is another morning tea staple.

Baozi, a type of steamed bun with meat or paste fillings, are another popular choice. Fuchun baozi is definitely worth a try.

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Dazhu gansi – finely cut chicken, ham and dried tofu in chicken broth – is another morning tea staple. [Photo/WeChat account: yzs_lyj]

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Baozi, a type of steamed bun with meat or paste fillings, are another popular choice among Yangzhou residents. [Photo/WeChat account: yzs_lyj]


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