Are hot dogs made in China?

Chef's answer
As the Chinese population and economy continue to grow, safer and more efficient industrialization practices are necessary to keep up with the demands of a hot dog hungry China.
Frequently asked Questions 🎓
This is how to tenderise beef with a Chinese restaurant method called "velveting beef". Also used for chicken, it's a simple, highly effective technique using baking soda that transforms economical beef so it's incredibly tender in stir fries and stir fried noodles.
Cold is good if it's a veggie/noodle type dish. Anything like sesame chicken, orange, sweet and sour, etc. has to be heated first.
Hairy crabs are the great autumn delicacy of eastern China, and an obsession for those who can afford to eat them. The female crabs ripen in the ninth lunar month, the males in the tenth, and from then until the end of the year they are almost inescapable.
Chinese cooks normally use soybean oil, vegetable oil, or peanut oil, all of which have a high smoke point. Peanut oil usually has a pleasant nutty flavor and is suitable not only for stir-frying but also for deep-frying. Canola oil, which has a high smoke point but a neutral flavor, is also a good choice.
Here are some of the most keto-friendly items to order from a Sichuan-style menu, and most other Chinese menus: Egg Drop Soup. Beef and Broccoli.
Takeout Chinese Food Take-out food tends to be loaded with sodium, making it highly inflammatory. Chinese food is a particular concern because it often contains monosodium glutamate (MSG), which can trigger two separate inflammatory pathways making it a big stressor for arthritis symptoms.
Flank steakWhat Cut of Beef is Best for Stir-fry? Flank steak is by far the most popular cut of meat used by Chinese restaurants in all of their stir-fry dishes. It also happens to be the most recommended cut of beef we use in our stir-fry recipes. Flank steak is flavorful, reasonably priced, and readily available.
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