Cold Dressed Spicy Eggplants

Posted on August 21, 2013 by Seven ZhuLeave a comment
cold dressed spicy eggplants

In hot summer, people would like to eat crisp cold dressed dishes. For when we cook cold dressed dishes, we don’t need to use fire and here there are less possibilities of smoke. In summer eggplants always have peak production … Continue reading

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Lotus Leaves Porridge

Posted on August 20, 2013 by Seven ZhuLeave a comment
Lotus Leaves Porridge

Lotus leaves are neutral in nature. Its taste is bitter. It has the effect on relieving sunstroke, refreshing oneself and arresting bleeding. In hot summer, using lotus leaves to make porridge can arouse appetite. Preparing time: 10 minutes; cooking time: … Continue reading

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Mung Beans Soup

Posted on August 17, 2013 by Seven ZhuLeave a comment
Mung Beans Soup

In hot summer, making a pot of sweet mung beans soup, adding some rock sugar and drinking a large glass could relax oneself.┬áMung beans soup is one of Chinese drinks to ease hot heat in summer. Mung beans soup can … Continue reading

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Chinese Yam Porridge with Radish

Posted on August 17, 2013 by Seven ZhuLeave a comment
Chinese Yam Porridge with Radish

“Porridge” has always been the best tonic. Winter is a special season, for dramatically decreasing temperature can easily cause physical discomfort. Dry air has a great effect on the moisture balance of skin and body, so the porridge turn the … Continue reading

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Rose Red Date Chinese Tea

Posted on August 15, 2013 by Seven ZhuLeave a comment
rose red date chinese tea

Women can’t keep natural beauty by cosmetic powder. How to keep ruddy complexion and fari skin? According to Chinese traditional idea “Diet cures more than the doctors”, it would be better to make our own healthy whitening soup. It’s simple … Continue reading

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Chinese Leek Porridge with Shrimps

Posted on August 12, 2013 by Seven ZhuLeave a comment
Chinese Leek Porridge with Shrimps

Chinese leek,known as “Yang” grass, is good for keeping the “Yang Qi” of the body in Chinese Traditional Medicine. It can enhance the body’s resistance to bacteria and virus, beneficial to human health. This Chinese leek porridge with shrimps can … Continue reading

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Stir Fry Water Spinach with Red Pepper Strips

Posted on July 6, 2013 by Seven ZhuLeave a comment
Stir Fry Water Spinach with Red Pepper Strips

Summer Solstice is the flourishing season of “yang” according to Chinese Traditional Medicine theory. Continuous high temperature can make blood exuberant, easily injuring “Yin Qi”. We need to take care of our Yin health. Water spinach belongs to cold natured … Continue reading

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Red Peach Rice Porridge

Posted on July 6, 2013 by Seven ZhuLeave a comment
Red Peach Rice Porridge

Increasing the amount of fruit you eat can improve your diet, and peaches can be a good choice. Wonderfully delicious peaches are low in calories and contain no saturated fats. Nonetheless, they contain numerous health promoting antioxidants, vitamins and so … Continue reading

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Cold Dressed Hyacinth Bean

Posted on July 4, 2013 by Seven Zhu2 Comments
Cold Dressed Hyacinth Bean

Hyacinth bean looks like eyebrows because it looks twisting and curved. All parts of the hyacinth bean plant are edible, especially the pods, flowers, and leaves. Eating the raw beans is not advisable due to their toxicity. While boiling, it … Continue reading

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Lychee White Fungus and Mung Bean Soup

Posted on July 4, 2013 by Seven ZhuLeave a comment
ychee White Fungus and Mung Bean Soup

This lychee white fungus and mung bean soup might help people feel fresco and cool in hot summer. Lychee fruit is a rich source of vitamin C, as well as calcium, potassium and phosphorus. Lychee is often pressed for juice, … Continue reading

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