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Kelp Vegetable Soup Recipe

Categories: Liver Fire Rising

Kelp Vegetable Soup Recipe 1 Cup Dried Macrocystis blades (Macro kelp), cut into thin strips (use scissors) 3 CupsVegetable stock Rind of Orange, cut into thin match-like strips (avoid getting the white pulp – it is bitter) optional: ¼ tsp. Salt 2 T. Light Soy Sauce Bring stock to a simmer. Add thin strips of Macrocystis. After the kelp has softened add orange rind, salt (if used) and soy sauce. Ladle into bowls. Garnish with a thin slice of lemon. Serves 2 – 3. TCM Breakdown: Kelp: clears heat/subdues LV […]

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Sauteed Asian Pears with Citrus Zest

Categories: Lung Fluid Xu, Lung Yin Vacuity

Sautéed Asian Pears With Citrus Zest *2 Asian Pears *1 TBS Butter *2 TBS Brown Sugar *1 TSP Orange Rind *1 TBS Orange Juice Preparation: Peel, core, and slice 2 Asian pears (or other variety). Melt 1 tablespoon butter in a saucepan. Add 2 tablespoons brown sugar, stirring until melted. Add pear, 1 teaspoon grated orange rind, and 1 tablespoon fresh orange juice; cook 5 minutes or until pear is slightly tender. Remove from pan with a slotted spoon; divide among 4 plates. Allow pan juices to thicken; drizzle over pear. […]

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Cranberry Relish

Categories: Damp Heat in the Lower Jiao, Side Dishes, Urinary Bladder Damp Heat, Vegan, Vegetarian

Cranberry Relish Ingredients 20 oz Cranberries 2 cups Walnuts Rind of 1 Orange 4 stalks Celery Honey to taste Preparation Place the cranberries, walnuts, orange rind and celery in a blender or food chopper. Chop until ingredients are evenly mixed and diced. Remove from blender and add honey to taste. Properties The main ingredient, cranberry, is sour, cool and bitter. It drains damp-heat from the Lower Jiao, but its sour taste astringes physiological fluids, too. Cranberries also contain proanthocyanidins, which protect against toxins and poisons in the blood, and also […]

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