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Mandy Mae Soy Bean Wobbly

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Best Dessert Ever!

Nice is an understatement for this dessert. Suitable for people of all ages, this delicious treat is guaranteed to make your day. The smooth and wobbly texture of the soy bean is very appealing to the eye and is simply mouth-watering. Having one will definitely leave you wanting for more.

A simple yet fantastic dessert. Well worth a try!

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• 15 Dec 2011 • 1 review • 0 follower

Best Dessert Ever!

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Nice is an understatement for this dessert. Suitable for people of all ages, this delicious treat is guaranteed to make your day. The smooth and wobbly texture of the soy bean is very appealing to the eye and is simply mouth-watering. Having one will definitely leave you wanting for more.

A simple yet fantastic dessert. Well worth a try!

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• 11 Nov 2011 • 1 review • 10 followers

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est soy bean dessert i ever tasted! helped me developed my liking for soy bean. can never get sick even if you eat it everyday consecutively! its so smooth and soft that no other dessert can compare to it! :) definitely worth trying. :D
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• 11 Nov 2011 • 1 review • 5 followers

Nice, smooth and delicious!

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Have tried a few different brands from other outlets including the most famous stall. This is the best I've had so far! It's surprisingly smooth texture that melts in your mouth is simply superb! It leaves a fragrant after taste in your mouth and it has just the right sweetness which I can't feel in the other brands. Just can't stop having it.

You've got to try it to believe...Must Try!!

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