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What are amaranth leaves?

Scientific name: Amaranthus dubius/Amaranthus mangostanus L. Mandarin Chinese: Xiàn Caì 苋菜/莧菜; Or 青香苋、红苋菜、汉(汗)菜、红菜、野刺苋、米苋、人旱菜,杏菜、莹莹菜、玉米菜、米谷菜、云仙菜 Cantonese Chinese: Yin Choy 莕菜 Minnan Chinese: Heng Tsai 荇菜 English: Red spinach, Chinese spinach Vienamese: Rau Den Thai: Phak Khom ผักโขม Khmer:  Ptee Bahasa Melaya: Bayam…

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Cold tofu 凉豆腐

  You don’t always have to cook tofu. They are cooked anyway. Cold tofu are fantastic on those cool summer nights when you crave for something light and healthy. These are great with rice congee or cold soba noodles. Ingredients:…

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What is red cargo rice?

  English: Red cargo rice Mandarin Chinese: 红糙米 The white rice that most people know are “dead rice”, meaning that the outermost layers have been removed and what is left is the core of the seeds. Brown rice are “living…

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Dang-O, or the wife-beating vegetable

  Scientific name: Glebionis coronarium Japanese: Shungiku 春菊 Korean: Sukgat 쑥갓 Tibetan:  Skalzang སྐལ་བཟང་ Mandarin Chinese: Tonggao 茼蒿 Hokkien/Teochew: Dang-o 茼蒿, Pabor-tsai 打某菜 Cantonese: Tongho 茼蒿 Thai: Pak Thang-o ผักตั้งโอ๋ Greek: Mantilida μαντηλίδα Dang-o or Shungiku features heavily in hotpots, a…

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