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What is this (Chinese food found in freezer)?

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    (Original post by onefour)
    'Really chewy pasta' sounds more like rice cakes than water chestnuts. If so, they're usually boiled in soups until they soften though you can stir-fry them as well. I don't know what they are called in Chinese but they're called 'ddeok' (although the spelling varies) in Korean so you could search for recipes that way or at least confirm that's what your mystery ingredient is.
    I think we have a winner! Googled it and this came up, which looks exactly like them:

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    (Original post by Gallabay)
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    No, it wouldn't need freezing.
    Really?! Can they actually go bad?!

    Crikey 0.o
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    (Original post by superwolf)
    I think we have a winner! Googled it and this came up, which looks exactly like them:

    Those are some really weird rice cakes. What part of China are they from?
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    Those are some really weird rice cakes. What part of China are they from?
    Turns out they're actually Korean: wikipedia.

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