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Henan Made The World’s First Tofu, 8 Meters In Diameter, Weighs More Than 10,000 Kilograms, And 5…

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Henan made the world’s first tofu, 8 meters in diameter, weighs more than 10,000 kilograms, and 5,000 people “get the blessings”
Known as
👆Known as “the world’s first tofu” appeared in Laojunshan, a holy land of Henan Taoism. This bean curd has a diameter of 8 meters and weighs over 10,000 pounds. More than 5,000 people took the lead in the day. (picture from Oriental IC)
In order to catch up with
👆In order to catch up with “the world’s first tofu,” more than 6,000 pounds of high-quality soybeans were prepared, and equipment and 9 cauldrons were erected on site. (picture from Oriental IC)
Due to the complexity of the production process and the
👆Due to the complexity of the production process and the huge amount of work, the master took a night out of light for 13 hours. (picture from Oriental IC)
In order to promote the “first bean curd in the world”, a
👆In order to promote the “first bean curd in the world”, a 12-meter-long reinforced iron cage tofu artifact was specially welded. (picture from Oriental IC)
The picture shows the masters working overtime, driving
👆The picture shows the masters working overtime, driving through the night, and the scene is in full swing. (picture from Oriental IC)
The giant bean curd presents a Tai Chi map, which reads
👆The giant bean curd presents a Tai Chi map, which reads “First Tofu in the World.” The local folk grab the tofu, which is a “grass blessing”, and it was robbed of tourists by eating more than two hours. (picture from Oriental IC)
The picture shows the public fighting for tofu,
👆The picture shows the public fighting for tofu, “grab the head”. (picture from Oriental IC)
The field is also equipped with bean curd and seasoning
👆The field is also equipped with bean curd and seasoning sauce, allowing visitors to experience the unique charm of local tofu. The organizers said that from the rough statistics on the number of dishes being handed out, about 5,000 people participated in the “grass blessing” on that day. (picture from Oriental IC)