Dou­jiang or soy milk

China Daily (Canada) - - SHANGHAI -

Used to be called the “na­tional morn­ing bev­er­age”, soy milk has an in­ter­est­ing story that in­volves soc­cer. Chi­nese nu­tri­tion­ists once spec­u­lated that the na­tional soc­cer team’s lack­lus­ter per­for­mances

on the world stage could have been due to the con­sump­tion of soy milk, which meant that Chi­nese play­ers were phys­i­cally weaker than their dairy-milk­drink­ing coun­ter­parts. There are dif­fer­ent ways to drink soy milk, too — some like it sweet while oth­ers love it salty with the ad­di­tion of dried shrimps and

Chi­nese pick­les.

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