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Lian zi Bai he Lian ao Tong shui

Categories: Asian, Beverages, Damp in Lower Jiao, Gluten-free, Shen Calming, Vegan, Vegetarian

Lian zi Bai he Lian ao Tong shui Ingredients: Bai he: 30g Lian zi: 30g Lian ao: 50g Brown sugar: 20g water How to cook: 1.Wash all ingredients( don’t wash brown sugar) 2. Slice lian ao 3. boil water 4. add Lian zi and bai he 30 mins in 2 5. add Lian ao  and cook another 30 mins and add brown sugar at the very end ( this is lazy way to cook TONG SHUI) coz lots people will cook brown sugar and water separate instead add at the […]

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Light-n-Lively Starfruit Juice

Categories: Beverages, Damp in Lower Jiao, Gluten-free, Heat, Raw, Stomach Fire, Summerheat, Urinary Bladder Damp Heat, Vegan, Vegetarian

Light-n-Lively Starfruit Juice for after a tough day in the garden, or as an anecdote to too much Mexican and Margaritas. To make a pitcher : 5 large stalks of Celery (cleaned, but don’t need to be trimmed) 4 Starfruit (Carambola) 3 cups of Grapes (cleaned with skins and seeds) 1 Lime (If possible, use mature, dark green limes that are kept at room temperature and rolled around on a hard surface before juicing. This will give you the most amount of juice and the best quality.) And a few […]

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Chinese duck curry

Categories: Damp in Lower Jiao, Duck, Kidney Yin Vacuity, Meat, Thai

Anna Strong Recipe for Kidney Yin Vacuity CHINESE DUCK CURRY 4 duck breast portions, with out skin and bone 2 tbsp 5 spice powder 2 tbsp sesame oil Grated rind and juice of 1 orange 1 medium butternut squash, peeled and cubed 2 tsp Thai red curry paste 2 tbsp Thai fish sauce 1 tbsp palm sugar or brown sugar 1 -¼ cups coconut milk 2 fresh red chilis 4 lime leaves Cilantro to garnish Cut the duck meat into bite size pieces and place in a bowl with 5 […]

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