Pak choi or Bok Choi as you know is rich in vitamin A and C also a good source of zinc. By this time of the year I hardly get it from the market as well as from local farmers. Next year again after winter.
Quick and simple recipe for home prepping I just sautéed it with leftover fried fish flakes with lots of garlic and onion served with my curcuma brown rice.
More than a thousand years ago Hipprocrates wrote: “Everything that we take to us affects the body and changes it in a certain way, and the whole life depends on these changes, wether you are healthy, sick or convalescent.”
In addition, another aspect is significant, the new diversity seems to combat typical disease patterns in the industrialized countries such as heart attack, stroke, diabetes and cancer. We are encouraged to adaptour diet to the modern lifestyle. Daily exercise is important. Healthy eating is important too, the right choices of food and the correct way of prepping it.
My eggplant 🍆 assortment from farmers market. Eggplant is low in calories & carbohydrates but high-fiber and non-starchy vegetables. As type 2 diabetes patient, management requires eating a healthy diet rich in non-starchy veggies. Studies have shown that a diet rich in potassium, can help to prevent stroke and high blood pressure. That is eggplant 🍆 a good 😊 source of potassium.
Pumpkin 🎃 or in german- “Kürbis” which is known to most people from Halloween rather than the local menu, is a vegetable that is available throughout the year at the supermarket. In winter, the so-called winter pumpkin, including the giant pumpkin, which is use on Halloween and carved into creepy grimaces. Pumpkin 🎃 contains quite large amount of water because of this, it has a low calorie content and is eaten with diets. An exception, however, is the Hokkaido pumpkin, which has nearly three times as many kilocalories as the yellow ones.
Hokkaido pumpkin 🎃 Eating Hokkaido pumpkin is also very suitable for diabetics, because of high contents of fibre and detoxifying. Also help younger looking skin, and most so all in scientific tests, pumpkin 🎃 has been shown to reduce blood glucose levels. So if you have diabetes, munching on pumpkin 🎃 certainly won’t hurt.😅See even my doggie 🐶so curious with it!🙈
Mung bean sprouts are germinated by leaving them watered with 4 hours of daytime light and spending the rest of the day in the dark. Mung bean sprouts can be grown under artificial light for 4 hours over the period of a week.
A very simple recipe after a week of meat!
Here is another version of mine more richer in Tofu and togue. Same procedure of course!
* 2 tbsps cooking oil
* 2 pcs tokwa (hard bean curd)
* 2 tbsps garlic, crushed
* 1 pc onion, sliced
* 2 pcs tomatoes, sliced
* 9 cups togue (mung bean sprout) washed and drained
* 2 tbsps Oyster Sauce
* some ground black pepper
* some salt
* 2 tsps patis (fish sauce)
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Momordica charantia is a tropical and subtropical vine of the family Cucurbitaceae, widely grown for edible fruit, which is among the most bitter of all vegetables. English names for the plant and its fruit include bitter melon or bitter gourd. Bitter melons are seldom mixed with other vegetables due to the strong bitter taste, although this can be moderated to some extent by salting and then washing the cut melon before use.
* 1 Large ampalaya (bittermelon/gourd)
* 1 smallonion, halved and sliced
* 2 tbsps. of ginger, julienned
* 2 cloves garlic, peeled and smashed
* 1/4 cup of water
* 1 tbsp. soy sauce
* some oil
* 300 g of Beef loin
* 2 tbsps. soy sauce
* 1 tbsp. sugar, white
* 1/2 tsp. salt
* 1 tbsp. cornstarch
* 1 tbsp. sesame oil
* 2 cloves of garlic, peeled and smashed
1.) First, trim the ampalaya by cutting off both ends. Cut in half lengthwise. With a sturdy spoon, scape off the seeds and membranes. Cut into 1/4 inch slices, or thinner if you can manage it.
2.) Place the sliced ampalaya in a bowl and sprinkle generously with salt and cold water. Next smother it with plenty of salt and add water just above the ampalaya and let it soak for 20 minutes. After soaking, rinse it thoroughly and make sure all the salt has been rinsed off.
1.) In a wok or pan, heat some oil and saute beef intil done, set aside.
2.) Same wok or pan, saute onion, garlic, ginger for 15 seconds. Add ampalaya then beef. Add soy sauce and some water. Cover 6 minutes simmer on low heat until ampalaya is done.