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Emointhekitchen
  • Autumn,  Recipes,  Soups,  Winter

    Hokkaido Pumpkin (Pumpkin porridge)

    emointhekitchen Pumpkin porridge In the diet with the omission of starches, it is a little trouble to find a suitable breakfast that, in addition to the absence of cereals, meets the requirement of traditional Chinese medicine to warm Yang’s spleen, strengthen Qi centre. In this article, we will focus on an alternative healthy breakfast that meets all the requirements of traditional Chinese medicine and a starch-free diet: is warm, just cooked from fresh ingredients the ingredients have a beneficial effect on health, thus strengthening the Qi spleen. Such a breakfast adds energy, strengthens the body overall, including immunity is tasty its preparation takes only a few minutes, which is often…

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    Autumn,  Recipes,  Sweet Stuff,  Winter

    Warm hokkaido cocktail with white chocolate

    emointhekitchen This is warming dessert for late autumn or winter days. From the TCM point of view, Hokkaido is of a warm nature and belongs to the element of the earth. Together with warm spices (pepper, turmeric, ginger and cloves), strengthens the digestion and keep you warm during the cold snap. You will need: 150 ml of fresh pumpkin puree 450 ml of coconut milk 130 g of white chocolate (you can try the vegan variant of white chocolate) I have found a homemade on this website: ¼ teaspoon of ground ginger (I am using a grater that removes the fibres) 1/8 teaspoon ground nutmeg 1 tsp vanilla powder 2…

  • Chinese Daikon Soup
    Autumn,  China,  Recipes,  Soups

    Light Chinese Daikon Soup

    emointhekitchen The old Chinese proverb says, “As soon as farmers bring the daikon to the market, doctors are losing their jobs.” You will need: 1 small daikon radish a small piece of grated ginger approximately one tablespoon of dried tangerine peel three-quarters of a litre of water or vegetable stock salt, spring onion, coriander, parsley, pepper, sesame oil, rice vinegar Cut daikon into cubes, and together with ginger and tangerine peel put into the pot. Sauté the mixture in a drop of sesame oil and then pour it over with water or with a broth. Cover with a lid and cook for about 30 minutes until the radish becomes soft.…

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