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Candy

On their culinary adventure, Hawai‘i chefs Ed Kenney and Andrew Le learn how to make che lam, a Vietnamese style mochi made from rice and Pandan. Pandan is used in Vietnam for many things including tea and seasoning. Can you describe what its flavor is?

Candy

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