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 Are fortune cookies Japanese?

Answer Much confusion and mystery engulfs the fortune cookie, also commonly referred to as the Chinese fortune cookie. Americans are often surprised to learn that the birthplace of this crispy treat is no... Read More »
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When are they going to start calling fortune cookies, "generic aphorism cookies"?

How are fortune cookies made?

Fortune cookies are made by combining eggs, sugar, vegetable oil, cornstarch, flour and water into a dough, baking the cookie and then inserting a piece of paper with a "fortune"--which is often a ... Read More »
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Do Fortune cookies work?

The companies who make them actually decided to change the messages and make them more positive and pleasing after receiving complaints about the negative fortunes inside. So the messages inside ar... Read More »
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Who invented fortune cookies?

According to the Chinese Historical and Cultural Project, the fortune cookie was actually invented in America. It was created by David Jung in 1918. He was the founder of the Hong Kong Noodle Co. i... Read More »
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