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  • Braised Spring Bamboo Shoots 油焖春笋 Yóu mèn chūnsǔn

    Braised Spring Bamboo Shoots 油焖春笋 Yóu mèn chūnsǔn

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  • Yunnan Hei San Duo 云南黑三剁

    Hei San Duo is one of the most common home-cooked dishes in Yunnan. Simple to prepare but very tasty and with typically low-cost ingredients, it can be served with rice, porridge, noodles, vegetables and more. The name of the dish literally indicates the dishes colour, the number of ingredients, and how it’s prepared.

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  • Chinese 24 Solar Terms

    Based on the changes in the sun’s position in the zodiac throughout the year and the practical needs of agriculture in ancient China, the “24 Solar Terms” (节气, jieqi) is an important kind of calendar in China. It indicates different periods of seasons, the changes of weather, some natural phenomena and more, guiding farmers in agriculture production greatly. Common people also follow the calendar to watch out weather changes and live a healthy life.

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  • Spinach Salad with Peanut 果仁菠菜Guǒ Rén Bō Cài

    Spring is the season to eat foods with upward energies, such as young, green, sprouting above-ground vegetables. Spinach is one of the most common seasonal green vegetables that Chinese people will cook often. 

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  • Noodles with Traditional Beijing Sauce 老北京打卤面Lǎo Běijīng Dǎ Lǔ Miàn

    Lǎo Běijīng Dǎ Lǔ Miàn( 老北京打卤面), one of the most of common noodle dishes in Beijing, is designed to be made with cheap/common ingredients that every household already has in their pantry. That said, the ingredients used and the cooking method may vary from region to region across Northern China.

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