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In Search Of: Xian Doujiang

1sweetpea Jul 8, 2011 11:44 AM

Where in the GTA can I find salty soymilk served for breakfast, served with the traditional condiments: scallions, preserved shrimp, chile oil, preserved vegetable, etc.? I have heard about it, but never tried it and understand it is savoury and filling. Sounds like a must-try!

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  1. dachopstix RE: 1sweetpea Jul 8, 2011 12:36 PM

    I remember The Peking Man having it last time I was there.

    1. Teep RE: 1sweetpea Jul 9, 2011 09:08 PM

      Any Northern eatery worth their salt would have it.. Even Asian Legend has it, who call it "Seasoned Soy Bean Soup".

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        szw RE: 1sweetpea Jul 9, 2011 10:30 PM

        Saw it on the dimsum list at Chile Secret at hwy7/leslie. Chile Secret is the same restaurant as Szechuan Legend on mindland/finch so you can probably find it there also (not 100% sure).

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