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How China Made Bagels 400 Years Ago

They look like bagels and taste like bagels, but instead of being boiled, they’re baked. Also, they’re from China and have been around for over 400 years. Guangbing is a staple bread from the coastal province of Fujian. They’re baked fresh every day in wood-fired ovens and cost just 14 cents a piece. We went to Fujian and met one of the last specialty guangbing makers in China. Don’t miss our stories, what’s buzzing around the web, and bonus material. Get GT in your inbox! Sign up at http://www.goldthread2.com/newsletter If you liked this video, we have more stories about Chinese food, including: How Hong Kong's Signature Pineapple Bun Gets Made https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x79v6vo Mooncakes: What Are They and How Are They Made https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x7krqnk Follow us on Instagram for behind-the-scenes moments: http://instagram.com/goldthread2 Stay updated on Twitter: http://twitter.com/goldthread2 Join the conversation on Facebook: http://facebook.com/goldthread2 Have story ideas? Send them to us at hello@goldthread2.com Producer: Clarissa Wei Videographer: Patrick Wong Editor: Joel Roche Music: Audio Network
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