Chinese cooking has one of the smallest carbon footprints of any cuisine. It also is one of the healthiest and most nutritious cooking styles on the planet. I'm sure that you will agree that food that tastes this good and yet is both good for you and good to you makes eating Chinese food a unique and satisfying experience.
Ancient recipes, some of which predate the Han Dynasty, are adapted to Western palates.
Preparing Chinese foods at home isn't an ordeal. With a few basic tools, ingredients available from your local market, and a well-seasoned Wok, you can create meals that look great, taste even better, and make statements that your family and guests will rave about.
Call it "Cooking Green."
I call it "Cooking Smart."
Author: Xia Zhou Chiang
Publisher: Independently Published
Size: 9.02h x 5.98w x 0.25d
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