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Why do Chinese restaurants provide fortune cookies when fortune cookies are Japanese?

Question by Evan: Why do Chinese restaurants provide fortune cookies when fortune cookies are Japanese?

Best answer:

Answer by aj
It’s debated the true origins of the modern fortune cookie,but it really didn’t come from either China or Japan.It was originated in the US,in California,but I don’t think they are certain to exactly who invented it.It’s likely it could have been a Chinese-American or Japanese-American,but technically,the fortune cookie’s birthplace was in the US.

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How to Make Almond Cookies

Chinese Cooking Project 2010.
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Weird Chinese seaweed cookies? ( ;´Д`) 変な中国から海苔クッキー?

And apologising to Beckii Cruel. And words I can’t say. And my FOREHEAD?! oh yeah and happy new year. そしてベッキークルエルへごめん!!そして言えない言葉。そしてお凸?!あ、そういえば、あけましておめでとう。 T…
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Wu-Mu — Dry Noodle 4 LB (Wide)

Wu-Mu — Dry Noodle 4 LB (Wide)

Wu-Mu -- Dry Noodle 4 LB (Wide)

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Wu-Mu — Dry Noodle 4 LB (Wide)

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Q&A: Do Chinese restaurants let you customize the messages in fortune cookies?

Question by Tyler: Do Chinese restaurants let you customize the messages in fortune cookies?
I’m asking my girlfriend to prom, obviously she’s going to say yes (I hope!) But I still wanted to be traditional and ask her, and I thought this would be a creative way since she loves Chinese food and fortune cookies. So I was wondering if I could do this at my local Chinese restaurant but if not is there another way I can do this?

Best answer:

Answer by * 小梅 *Future RDMS, RDCS
No. The messages are pre-printed and the restaurants don’t make the cookies themselves. They get it from the manufacturer or from a wholesale store.

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Mission #6 Cookies Giveaway for Chinese New Year Part 1

Mission #6 Cookies Giveaway for Chinese New Year Part 1

In conjunction with the Chinese New Year, Project Zero To Hero collaborated with Weekend Ventures to bake cookies for the people in Republic Polytechnic. In …
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