There are various interpretations of these words in American Chinese restaurants, but here's mine attempt.

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Lo Mein comes from lamian, which method pulled noodles. Interpreted into Japanese, the is "ramen". Frequently soup noodles in China, however I feel choose lo mein is usually served dry in the U.S.

Chow Mein originates from chaomian, which method fried noodles. Need to be wheat noodles.

Chao Fun are fried large rice noodles (hefen).

Mei Fun space thin rice noodles (mifen). Have the right to be in soup or fried. Chao mei fun room fried rice noodles choose Singapore style fried rice noodles.


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· 6y

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_noodles


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· 6y

Does no really help as none of the dishes space listed...

See more: The Process Of Transferring General Journal Entry Information To The Ledger Is Called:

EDIT - This page is much an ext helpful, linked from the above wiki.


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