Malaysia Food - Malaysia Food Part of the defining quality...

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Malaysia Food Part of the defining quality of Malaysian life is the variety of food available; street hawker stalls, food courts, restaurants, and travelling ice-cream vendors are found everywhere. In the older parts of Malaysia there may even be the roti man (lit. "bread man"), who rides a motorcycle carrying about five times his volume in bread and bags of keropok (fried foods—potato chips and the like). Notable Malaysian foods include the durian, which has become notable as Foreign Queasine to first-time visitors for its pungent smell and squishy texture; the mangosteen, which is much less notable but Needs More Love ; nasi lemak (lit. "rice with fat"), which is rice cooked with coconut milk and served with anchovies, roasted nuts, cucumbers, egg, and sambal (a kind of chilli paste) ; roti canai (similar to the Indian paratha); and teh tarik (lit. "pulled milk tea"), which even spawned a short-lived competition to see who could pull their tea most stylishly . It is sometimes said of Malaysia that the three hardest daily decisions are what to have for breakfast,
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