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    Dumpling is a traditional chinese food. On the lunar new year' s day, most families make a lot of delicious
    dumplings. To make them, follow this easy process.
    The first step is to mix the flour with water. when the
    dough is ready, we can begin to make dumpling wrappers.
    we use a rolling pole to roll the dough into small, thin and
    round pieces so that they will be easy to cook. when the
    wrappers are done, it' s time to prepare the filling. Usually,
    we use meat such as beef or mutton, and some vegetables
    such as cabbage or carrots for filling.You may actually
    choose whatever you like to put into it. we must chop those
    things into small pieces.Then put some salt, oil and other
    condiments into it and stir it evenly. When all these
    preparations are done, we can start making dumplings.
    First put a spoonful of filling in the center of the wrapper.
    Then stick the two opposite sides together and then the
    rest. Don' t just cover the filling with the wrappers. The best
    shape of dumplings is that of a ship, because when they
    are boiling in the pan, they look like ships sailing in the sea.
    The smell can make your mouth water.

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    Ha, ha... kung-fu pandas made dumplings famous.

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    Chinese dumplings are good but you have to taste polish pierogies <3

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