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Cooking matsutake mushrooms is shown in the first episode Gift of Nature from the documentary series A Bite of China. The documentary series on Chinese culinary culture has drawn many viewers since it was aired on May 14, 2012. The show appealed to food-crazy viewers not only with the delicious food, but also the human stories behind the food. [CCTV provided to China Daily]

Nuodeng ham is displayed in the first episode Gift of Nature from the documentary series A Bite of China. [CCTV provided to China Daily]

A worker checks the quality of a matsutake mushroom in the first episode Gift of Nature from the documentary series A Bite of China. [CCTV provided to China Daily]

A Liang examines the color of sour bamboo shoots in the first episode Gift of Nature from the documentary series A Bite of China. [CCTV provided to China Daily]

A couple carry yellow steamed buns in the second episode Story of Staple Foods from the documentary series A Bite of China. [CCTV provided to China Daily]

Hong Kong sausage is shown in the fourth episode The Taste of Time from the documentary series A Bite of China. [CCTV provided to China Daily]

Cooks are doing their thing in the fifth episode Secret of the Kitchen from the documentary series A Bite of China. [CCTV provided to China Daily]

Hairy crabs are part of the seventh episode Our Field from the documentary series A Bite of China. [CCTV provided to China Daily]

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