Former CEO of Google and Twitter, Parminder Singh, brought a regular tea snack to Singapore in large quantities . Singh shared a note on Twitter, saying he brought a dukaan that no one else can match .
Papads and fafdas, on the other hand, are known to cross the borders to be able to enjoy flavors from back home that aren't as readily available in other countries.Parminder Singh, a former CEO of Google and Twitter, shared something similar on Twitter, when he brought a regular tea snack, which is basically a twice-baked bread or hard dry biscuit, to Singapore in large quantities, sooji rusks, to Singapore.We do it so often and in such humongous amounts that even Changi airport employees don't like to treat it with Jenga blocks or gold bars anymore.Parminder posted the note on Twitter.Hahahaha.The best things ever.Every Punjabi in the country has their dukaan that no one else can match, according to a Twitter user.Try buying them from Dehradun and bringing them along if you have never tried them before.According to another person, they are incredibly flavorful.
The most precious thing to take back from India is Sooji rusks! We do it so often and in such humongous quantities that even the folks at Changi Airport don’t confuse it with Jenga blocks or gold bars anymore! pic.twitter.com/bMpz8yxV5k— Parminder Singh (@parrysingh) December 12, 2022