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TAIWAN FUN MAGAZINE, October, 2005.

WHITE PRO

(02) 8797-3123
109-1, GangQian Road, Neihu District
Hours: 10 am-8 pm
http://www.morning988.com.tw/index.htm
(Home delivery available)

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--By Dionysus, translated by Yvonne Chen

White Pro is located in Taipei's Neihu District and claims to be the first flan specialty shop in Taiwan. As a shop that only makes flan, they sell a remarkable 1,500 flans every day. The process of making flan is long and laborious. The fresh flan sold at White Pro consists of 80 percent fresh milk and weighs about 180 grams apiece with between 200 and 250 calories. Owner Ricky Hsia is not only health conscious but also finicky about the ingredients he uses. For instance, the chestnut cream in his chestnut flan is made by grinding up whole chestnuts in order to get the right nutty chestnut taste; their blueberry flan is primarily made from frozen blueberries to give a tangy flavor that differs from those made with canned blueberries. Currently, White Pro has a total of nine different flavors. In addition to the most popular tangy Mango and the Red Bean Sesame flavors, they have also added three new flavors to their fall menu--Red Wine Cherry, Strawberry, and Milk Tea. Red Wine Cherry is especially recommended for women. There are also other flavors such as Original, Chocolate, Milk Tea, Green Tea, and Carrot. It is recommended that flan be eaten within three days after purchase for the best taste. For in-store orders of a dozen or more, the price averages to about NT$42 per flan.

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