Monthly Archive:: July 2013

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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
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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
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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,
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Lychee 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
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Eating Healthy Summer Barbecue

As summer is approaching, summer barbecue on the street, especially barbecue grill, is very popular. However, eating barbecue outside usually is unhealthy. Here are