See the Hypnotic, Laborious Process of Making Chinese Nanshan Noodles

Kirstin Fawcett

In China, making a traditional grain noodle called suomian from hand is a laborious, time-honed process. The art has been passed down for generations in Nanshan, a village in eastern China, and in More China’s video above, you can watch local noodle maker Lin Fa Zhu take a vat of dough and mix, roll, stretch, and dry it into a delicious mealtime staple.

[h/t The Kid Should See This]

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