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Imomochi is made by mashing boiled potatoes, kneading it together with a little starch, forming it into a stick shape and slicing it into pieces. It is then boiled or fried in a frying pan, dipped in soy sauce and eaten while it is still hot. It is also delicious with sugar or toasted soybean flour sprinkled on it.
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