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Xiao Long Bao : Stock Photo
Xiao Long Bao also known as juicy buns, as they are filled with soup and crab are more often known in Shanghai and are traditionally steamed in small bamboo baskets, hence the name.

Xiao Long Bao

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Xiao Long Bao also known as juicy buns, as they are filled with soup and crab are more often known in Shanghai and are traditionally steamed in small bamboo baskets, hence the name.
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