Portland Restaurants and Food Carts Tip-Toe Onto TikTok

In a July TikTok post, a woman with blue, purple, and silver hair unwraps a brick of sticky rice. “How to properly eat sticky rice at a restaurant,” white letters read over her head. “No, no, no, no,” she mouths, shaking her finger over the completely unwrapped rice. “Please do not open the bag all the way and leave it on your plate,” a robotic-sounding voiceover says. “Sticky rice is very sensitive to air.”

Informational TikTok posts have become popular on the app, whether it’s instructing someone how to eat a chicken wing or how to smoke a whole alligator. But this post isn’t coming from a food blogger’s

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