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Homemade sauerkraut

Categories: Liver Qi Stagnation

Homemade sauerkraut Overall Recipe: Benefits digestion, softens hardness, courses qi. Cabbage: sweet, slightly bitter, cool or neutral. Strengthens stomach, improves digestion, courses qi and blood. Salt: Softens hardness. Caraway seed: warm, acrid. Courses qi. Emily Hildebrand said: Homemade Sauerkraut Makes 1 quart1 medium cabbage, cored and shredded 1 Tbsp caraway seeds 1 Tbsp sea salt 4 Tbsp whey (or if unavailable/vegan, use 1 extra tablespoon of salt) In a bowl, mix cabbage with caraway seeds, sea salt and whey. Pound with a wooden pounder, meat hammer or rolling pin for […]

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Cellophane noodle soup

Categories: Asian, Dryness Invading the Lungs, Kidney Unable to Grasp Qi, Lung Fluid Xu, Lung Heat, Lung Qi Vacuity, Noodles, Soup, Vegan, Vegetarian

CELLOPHANE NOODLE SOUP 4 large dried shitake 15 g lily buds, dried ½ cucumber 2 garlic cloves, halved 90 g white cabbage,chopped 5 cups boiling water 4 oz cellophane noodles 2 tbsp soy sauce 1 tbsp palm sugar 3 ½ blocks silken tofu Fresh cilantro Soak shitake in warm water for 30 min. soak lily buds in a warm water soak for 30 min. Put cucumber, garlic, cabbage in a food processor and grind to a smooth paste. Scrape the mixture into a large pan and add the measured boiling […]

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The effect of cooking on Brassica vegetables: Steaming wins…

Categories: Articles, Cooking tips

By Sissi Wachtel-Galor and Colleague The brassica family of vegetables includes: broccoli, spinach, cabbage, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, kale, collard greens, pak choi and kohlrabi. It is one of the healthiest and most nutritious vegetable groups. Recent research has highlighted its strong anti-cancer benefits. Assessing antioxidant intake requires a food antioxidant database. However, cooking may affect antioxidant content due to antioxidant release, destruction or creation of redox-active metabolites. Here, effects of boiling, steaming and microwaving of broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage and choy-sum (Chinese cabbage) were explored by measuring antioxidant contents of raw […]

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CABBAGE!

Categories: Articles, Food Education, Nutritional Information

Lean why cabbage is so good for us… http://whfoods.org/genpage.php?tname=foodspice&dbid=19&utm_source=rss_reader&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=rss_feed

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