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About this recipe: I've heard this dish being called Buddha's Delight or simply jai. Traditionally served on the first day of Chinese New Year, this dish is in keeping with the Buddhist tradition of cleansing the body and that no fish, chicken or livestock are killed for food on the first day of the new year. Depending on your family recipe, there could be more or less ingredients including dried oysters, black moss (fat choy), fried tofu or cloud ear mushrooms. This is my friend Delia's grandmother's recipe.