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    1. Hi Jessie, Hope you’re well, To answer your question, No, you can’t use glutinous rice because the texture will be different.

    1. Hi Kurtis,

      You can DIY a steamer. fill a medium pot with 1/2 inch of water, place three golf ball–sized balls of aluminum foil on the bottom, rest a heat-proof plate on top of the foil balls, cover the pot, and bring the water to a boil. Add dough to the plate, cover, and steam for 30 minutes or until dough is cooked inside

  1. I’m planning on trying to make this for myself & my mother. However, I’m confused about when the oil is needed. I see it in the ingredients but not in the actual directions.
    When do I use the oil? Also, does it have to be sesame oil (I’m allergic)? Or can I use avocado (or coconut) oil?

    1. Hi Raven, Thank you for pointing this out. I’ve updated the recipe card. The sesame oil is used as additional flavor and to make rolling the dough easier and avoid it from sticking on your hands or work surface. Yes, you can replace with avocado oil or coconut oil. Thank you and goodluck!

  2. 5 stars
    Can you use dry rice flour instead of homemade rice flour? I don’t have the ability to process the rice my self.

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