Getting Your Frying Right
American Institute for Cancer Research – Chao and Bao are stir-frying techniques that differ in the amount of heat used, the speed of cooking and how much the ingredients are tossed. The goal of both techniques is to brown the food quickly while preserving the nutritional value, color, texture and flavor of the individual ingredients. Chao is the more common technique for home cooking since Bao requires making the pan red-hot.
Canola oil is high in beneficial monounsaturated fatty acids, and with its light taste and high smoke point, it is ideal for stir-frying in a healthy way.
Soy sauce has been used for over 2000 years in Chinese cooking. Dark soy sauces are usually thicker and employ a single fermentation process, aging over a longer period than the lighter varieties. The flavor will come through, however, with any reduced-sodium soy sauce.
Pick the Right Diet through Chinese face reading
Could it be that face in your mirror can reveal the best way for you to choose a successful weight loss diet? This is not as crazy as you might think. Chinese face reading is a branch of Chinese medicine. As health care evolved over thousands of years in China, doctors devised ways to diagnose patients by reading the features and lines of their faces.
As these ancient scientists continued their research over the centuries, they realized what the West has come to accept only in recent years – that our physical health is interconnected with our emotional nature. So they discovered they could also read people’s personalities in their faces. Your face is considered to reveal why you tend to think, feel and behave as you do, and can even show you how to create a life that is in alignment with this unique inner design