2 sisters infuse their Chinese roots into this take on Thanksgiving stuffing

Sarah and Kaitlin Leung from their family blog 'The Woks of Life' share an easy twist to the classic Thanksgiving stuffing that honors their Chinese background.
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Transcript for 2 sisters infuse their Chinese roots into this take on Thanksgiving stuffing
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