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Traditional food in Bac Ha fair (thắng cố ở chợ phiên Bắc Hà)
Vietnam

"Thắng cố" is traditional food of people in North West of North divison Vietnam. If you know what it made of you will never ever want to try. But, in the cold air of this highland with 100% humility, it will save you from being freezed.

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