This thin, hair-like noodle different from all others is its hard and non-absorptive quality. One can almost describe it as brittle, and the noodle breaks immediately upon chewing. Furthermore, the taste of rice is also very strong. Commonly associated with Asian cooking with simple yet homely dishes such as Bee Hoon cooked with chicken and vegetables, can be stir-fried or cooked with soup.
Starch-based noodles such as Bee Hoon is often like a powerhouse in providing an individual with energy. Bee Hoon also contains fewer calories and lower amounts of fat and sodium than the other noodles.
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