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Baby Fu is the ancient and mystical art of feeding one's toddler. It blends common vegetables with Kung Fu to provide one's child with a graceful (not to mention practical) culinary experience.
Baby Fu was created by Shiolin Buddhist Monks that needed to feed the Chinese peasantry out of altruism. It was later adopted by Manchurian warlords as a way to pacify the nation's children. Later, after WWI, Baby Fu made its way to America, where it was taught by Chinese Seafood masters looking for a way to attract customers (by feeding America's children in a new and exciting way), while waiting to get back to work on the railroad all the livelong day. Finally, Baby Fu has reached Today's iteration, which is barely better than the corrupted version in Hong Kong action-culinary flicks.
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