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Breakfast When Sunrise Documentary – Hubei Episode

Wuhan has the highest proportion of eating out in the country. Every day, when it doesn’t shine. Nearly 100,000 people have got up early to find the first meal of the day.

Hot Dry Noodles with Sesame Paste

Li Xiaohong, the owner of the hot-dry noodle shop, is busy at 4 am every day. Li Qianping, who earns money to support his family in Wuhan, chooses to eat a bowl of hot dry noodles every day to start a hard day’s work.

According to statistics, Wuhan people can eat 3.5 million kilograms of hot dry noodles a day.

Three Fresh Bean Skin

A delicious bean skin, from selection to production, can not be careless. Dried beans, lean meat and mushrooms are selected carefully the owner so the Ingredients can be cooked to achieve the delicacy.

Three Fresh Bean Skin

Wuhan is born with water, and crucian carp is also the most commonly eaten fish in Wuhan. Xu Han’an and his son go to the fish market every day to buy fresh carp and use whole grains to make soup.

Steamed Pork Dumplings in Oily Pancake

In the eyes of many people, the best breakfast shop is the shop that grows with them.

This store has been in business for 19 years and can sell about 100 kilograms of steamed pork dumplings every day. The steamed pork dumplings in oily pancake is a special breakfast for this shop.

(Photos are all from the documentary)

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