What do they eat in Taiwan?

Taiwan shares a similar, often identical culture to that of it's mainland China relatives. With hints of Japanese and Korean, Taiwanese cuisine is a good mix of foods from all over China, including Beijing, Cantonese and Sichuan styles.
Rice, noodles and soups, as in China, are staples in Taiwan.
One of the most famous foods from Taiwan is 'stinky tofu' (choudoufu). This is usually sold outside on stalls, and, whilst being very odourous, is quite mild in taste. It's popular deep fried, and spicy variations are a favourite.
Other dishes include Beef Noodle Soup, Citrus Fruit Jelly, Oyster Omlette, Rice Porridge and 'Coffin Bread'.
As with all Chinese cultures, the Taiwanese are very fond of tea, especially lucha, green tea.