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Tasty Pot is cool: Hot pot restaurant in east Vancouver offers variety of steaming broths

By , Columbian freelance food writer
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Kimchi dumpling hot soup at Tasty Pot.
Kimchi dumpling hot soup at Tasty Pot. (Photos by Rachel Pinsky) Photo Gallery

Traditionally, people savor hot pot by gathering around a kettle of steaming broth ringed by plates of thinly sliced beef and lamb, seafood, tofu, leafy greens and potatoes. Diners grab food with their chopsticks, cook it, and then dip it into customized sauces.

San Jose, Calif.-based chain Tasty Pot takes a different approach by serving pots designed for individual consumption.

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