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To a lot of people, carrot cake means a sweet delicious treat made with … carrots of course. But in Singapore, carrot cake contains no carrot at all. Say what? Instead, it’s a savory, crispy snack made mainly of white radish, and no one makes it better than Caiyou Wu. Care for a taste?
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