By the sound of it, you might ask, “Pork paper!? Is it edible?” Yes, it is! This mouth-watering delicacy is made of pork mixed with spices and a hint of sugar. It’s called “paper” because it’s as thin as paper, and it’s very brittle. It’s easy on the teeth, so you’ll enjoy biting and chewing on it as the taste of pork, sweet and spice spreads in your mouth. It can be found outside of Taipei, Taiwan, in Chufen Village. If you live there, lucky you, you must have tried the pork paper already. If you’re going there, I recommend that you try it. Personally, I couldn’t get enough of it; I could eat ten, or more, packages of it. It truly is very tasty!
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