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|Place of origin||China|
|Variations||Bánh canh (Vietnam)|
|Cookbook: Lai fun Media: Lai fun|
|Alternative Chinese name|
Lai fun has a very similar appearance with silver needle noodles. One way to distinguish the two is to look at the ends of each lai fun piece. The ends of lai fun noodles are often cut straight down as opposed to leaving a tapering "tail."
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