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Home-made Korean Rice NectarThis whitish seemingly drink that looks like barley is actually the traditional drink of Korean Rice Nectar. It’s usually taken during summer in Korean to cool off the body, and that comes welcomingly at tropical places such as Malaysia. The drink is very thirst-quenching with a tinge of mild ginger taste, which reminds me of the ‘tong shui’ that usually come with ‘Tong Yuen’, a.k.a glutinous rice balls. But it isn’t too spicy, so worry not
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Home-made Korean Rice Nectar

This whitish seemingly drink that looks like barley is actually the traditional drink of Korean Rice Nectar. It’s usually taken during summer in Korean to cool off the body, and that comes welcomingly at tropical places such as Malaysia. The drink is very thirst-quenching with a tinge of mild ginger taste, which reminds me of the ‘tong shui’ that usually come with ‘Tong Yuen’, a.k.a glutinous rice balls. But it isn’t too spicy, so worry not
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