Of course, the changes at the beginning were related to the prosperity of the old city of Tainan. The changes in Tainan's industrial structure and the decline of Tainan's old town have gradually withered away the traditional gentry who supported Ah.
Tang who didn't care about pricing. Another popular database reason is that, like Atang, there are more and more stores selling this kind of stingless milkfish porridge. Although Atang still has some advantages in terms of taste and materials, the factor of price competition has begun to appear. Later, everyone began to go crazy in Tainan, and Atang became a pilgrimage spot for tourists.
Like many traditional snacks in Tainan, Atang also faces the dilemma of "scale" or "adherence to tradition". If you insist on the tradition of selecting materials and complicated procedures, then you must have a cruel limit; if you want to satisfy the swarms of tourists, you must compromise on quality.