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Local Dessert D dawntillmidnight April 22, 2012 1707
Major love
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Lao Ban beancurd, simply put, soya beancurd with a smoother, pudding like texture. When it first opened few years back, Singaporeans went crazy. Its first store in Old Airport Road had extremely long queues and customers would buy 10 packets of beancurd at one shot.

However, the craze has died down now and many other beancurd franchises caught wind of how to make similar beancurd. Also, one flaw is that the sweetness of the beancurd can’t be adjusted to the customers preferences unlike the traditional beancurd.

I still prefer the traditional “dou hua” as Lao Ban beancurd doesn’t really bring out the flavour of the soy beans. Also, Lao Ban is a lot more pricey than traditional beancurd from stores such as Selegie Beancurd.
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