There are so many natural foods that are good for you, but sometimes it’s hard to remember what to eat. And how to eat it. Many years ago, I had a doctor tell me to sprinkle turmeric on my food since it has many good health benefits (antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, amongst others). So my husband and I purchased organic turmeric powder and whenever we’d remember, we’d sprinkle some on. (more…)
Sometimes you don’t realize how amazing something is until you try it. Whenever I opened a can of beans or chickpeas, I would always rinse and drain them into a colander. It wasn’t until I came across reading about vegan macarons that I discovered that the liquid I had been pouring down the drain all these years was actually magic. (more…)
Note: This is a updated post of my Gua Bao recipe which was featured on my old blog, and more famously, on the FeedFeed.
It appears that I missed the memo for the pork belly bao phenomenon that occurred back in 2009? Either way, David Chang of Momofuku in New York City has been credited with elevating the Taiwanese “Gua Bao” to a whole different level. (more…)