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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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Why does china have fortune cookies?

Fortune cookies were introduced to the United States by Asian Americans in the early 1900s. Since then, they have become a ubiquitous symbol of Americanized Asian cuisine.IdentificationA fortune co... Read More »
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What is the tradition behind fortune cookies?

The tradition of consuming fortune cookies after a meal began in America. The fortune cookie was first introduced in California around 1915. Much debate exists surrounding the creator of the fortun... Read More »
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