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6 hawkers who use handmade ingredients

Well-known food blogger Keropokman (Philip Lim) and his food-loving partner Kopikosonggirl followed readers' suggestions to hunt down hawkers (and one ice-cream shop) who handmake their ingredients from scratch. Here are six that made the mark
18 July 2014 5:49 PM | Updated 30 Jan 2015 By Keropokman & Kopikosonggirl
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