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  • wong // Sep 19, 2007 at 9:19 PM

    Garlic like that do feel dirty la… But belacan also use foot to do also :lol: , but not everyone will use foot la…

  • sylvesteR // Sep 19, 2007 at 11:14 PM

    Yup agreed as well, let’s not say bout New York, let’s talk about Malaysia instead. Not all restaurants are as hygienic as you may have thought, but I knew one of the restaurants in Taipan, not going to mention anyway; their employees used their dirty hands, dip into the pot of sambal, and taste it over and over again while adding other ingredients to make it taste better. No wonder it tasted so good…

  • Mun // Sep 19, 2007 at 11:20 PM

    Use feet too to prepare belacan too?

    sylvesteR, I am really curious to know which restaurant in USJ 10 actually serves such a “good taste” of sambal.

  • surfnux // Sep 20, 2007 at 10:20 AM

    Sometimes even buying from hawker stalls, looking at how they prepare the foods or pack the food will disgust us out.

    But it is always a need to know the cleanliness of the food we are about to take. Well, if we already know it is not prepared in the healthy way, perhaps shall not consume too much of it.

  • sylvesteR // Sep 20, 2007 at 12:49 PM

    Mun, it’s one of the kopitiam’s, but as for which you got to figure it out yourself, I don’t want to get blamed for anything, hehe.

    And surfnux, to determine the cleanliness of the food, we shall see if the person’s going to the washroom after consuming the food.

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