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Update: I found a box of pho hoa hiding in my cabinets! :) I guess I just need to boil one bag in a big pot of water, and make it a vegan dish

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I’ve only had Northern Style Pho at Turtle Tower in SF. Anyone know of any other shops in the states that specialize in the Northern Style?

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A while back, we ventured a little bit out of our comfort zone to try something, we’d never tried before. To do this we needed to make our way to a local Vietnamese restaurant that served Pho. We first heard about Pho while watching one of our favorite YouTube channels, KKandBabyJ. Khoa talks about it all the time and we finally decided to find a way to try it... READ MORE: http://www.obviouslytwinning.com/trying-pho-first-time/

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Why are people touting this dish so much? I just don't get it, so many raving reviews of this dish. One sip of the broth nearly had me upchuck =(. It was like, only way I can describe it is dumpster-juice.

I wanted to eat it and smile like all the hipsters on Instagram....

Well The eggrolls and crab-wontons are cool.

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Hey, I'm visiting Vietnam and eating some pho. Often I am served a plate of papaya/mint leaves/ginger/lime next to the soup.

Am I supposed to add them? Eat it? Decoration?

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Hi, I've tried making pho several times now and it never tastes the same as restaurant pho. Recently I've been experimenting with msg and its gotten closer but it lacks beefy flavor and is usually too spice heavy. Does anyone have any tips for making pho? Also is chicken pho easier to make than beef pho? Thanks

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I seldom get tendon of the same texture. I'm assuming it is saturated to soften it, but how is it supposed to be? Chewy? Firm yet tender? Soft like butter?

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I followed his recipe video here

Is this a good way to make it or should anything be tweaked to make it better?

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Pho is a Vietnamese noodle soup consisting of broth, linguine-shaped rice noodles called bánh phở, a few herbs, and meat. It is a popular street food in Vietnam and the specialty of a number of restaurant chains around the world.

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