- Why bak kwa isn't good for you
- Processed red meat, like bak kwa, is now considered carcinogenic. While bak kwa lovers do not have to abstain from the popular Chinese New Year snack completely, it is advisable that they do not overindulge as the risk of cancer rises with increased ...
- AVA debunks rat, fox and mink 'bak kwa' rumours
- AVA on Monday (Feb 1) clarified in a Facebook post that most of bak kwa is produced locally from raw pork sourced from countries such as Australia, Brazil and Spain.
- Prices of bak kwa rise in lead-up to Chinese New Year
- SINGAPORE: With Chinese New Year just around the corner, the price of bak kwa (barbecued pork slices) has risen, though not as dramatically as last year. While some customers appear to be buying less of the traditional Chinese New Year snack because ...
- BAK KWA - un deliciu gastronomic
- Bak kwa, sau rougan, cum este numit uneori, este rezultatul unei metode vechi de sute de ani de a conserva carnea de porc, oaie sau vită. Un fel de rudă asiatică a cărnii uscate numite jerky, totuşi, diferită.
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