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  • meat
  • Good choices consist of meals that have lots of fruits and veggies, lean fish or chicken, lean cuts of meat, veggie-based sauces instead of cream sauces -- there are always healthy options on every restaurant menu," says Sheila Cohn, RD, a spokesperson for the National Restaurant Association. (medicinenet.com)
  • The key is to choose foods that are more like those actually eaten in China -- with less meat and less sauce. (medicinenet.com)
  • E Coli O157 is found in raw and undercooked meat, raw vegetables as well as milk that has not been pasteurized. (targetwoman.com)
  • Thirdly, avoid raw meat, salads and raw vegetables, which are washed in poor quality water, which runs the risk of contracting Hep A. If in doubt, follow the crowds - the more popular a dining establishment, the better the quality of food. (onthegotours.com)
  • The Taiwanese are especially fond of vegetables, and these are often cooked refreshingly devoid of meat products. (villagevoice.com)
  • broth
  • For Paleo or Whole30, or if you just prefer to leave the wine out, replace it with more chicken broth. (pearltrees.com)
  • Alternatively, gumbo is also made with file, ground dried sassafras leaves that thicken the broth. (npr.org)
  • Chinese restaurants feature a long list of house soups, from an appetite stimulating Hot and Sour Soup to even a light broth served after dinner to cleanse the palate and complete the meal. (steamykitchen.com)
  • Instead, we use a large 6-quart slow cooker to make an Asian-style bone broth that will last the entire week for our family. (steamykitchen.com)
  • Like Nourished Kitchen , we make our bone broth in the slow cooker, and it will last us all week long. (steamykitchen.com)
  • rolls
  • Barrow boys wheel carts of oranges between rows of bubbling cauldrons and tables piled high with spring rolls, chicken kebabs and coconut jellies. (bbc.com)
  • entrees
  • Now you are ready to dig your chopsticks into one of China Sea's many entrees, including over sixty combination platters. (warwickonline.com)
  • One thing I noticed about all of the entrees was that the vegetables and most of the protein was tasty and cooked well, but the sauces were very heavy - so heavy that you couldn't really taste any of the spices. (capecodonline.com)
  • Beijing
  • I'm getting older,' she said over a simple dinner of vegetables and spicy chicken in a Beijing suburb, a slim gold ring on each middle finger. (washingtonpost.com)
  • You can do just that and far more on our selection of tours to China, from Beijing to Shanghai and beyond. (onthegotours.com)
  • There is no risk of malaria in cities and urban centres across much of China including the popular tourist destinations of Beijing, Xi'an and Shanghai. (onthegotours.com)
  • soup
  • An the Takoma Park location, they always offer a vegan soup, and a wide selection of pre-made vegan foods in the fridge. (metblogs.com)
  • This, plus family-friendly flavors like ranch and creamy mushroom soup make it the perfect meal to add to the weeknight dinner rotation. (pearltrees.com)
  • Every night, without doubt, there was a Chinese style soup on the table. (steamykitchen.com)
  • delicious
  • Why throw together a hastily prepared meal when you can have a delicious, satisfying and hassle-free dinner at China Sea on Post Road? (warwickonline.com)
  • herbal
  • It is believed that one can get the benefits of Gotu Kola by drinking the herbal tea made from the herb. (targetwoman.com)
  • Cantonese
  • This family owned and operated restaurant has been serving up Polynesian and Cantonese cuisine for forty years and is continually adjusting its menu to make your life easier, and to please its devoted customers. (warwickonline.com)
  • Chinese cuisine falls into four major regional categories: Cantonese (Guandong) - this is the cuisine of worldwide fame and its most popular export is dimsum, Shandong - notable for the quick frying method of cooking, Szechuan (Sichuan) - known for its spiciness and use of pepper, and lastly Huaiyang, which liberally uses vinegar and leans toward sweeter flavours. (onthegotours.com)
  • everywhere
  • No longer limited to well-known bars or a growing number of karaoke parlors, prostitutes are everywhere in China today, branching out onto college campuses, moving into private residential compounds and approaching customers on mobile phone networks. (washingtonpost.com)
  • Bottled mineral water is available everywhere you go in China so there's no need to resort to tap water. (onthegotours.com)
  • protein
  • While protein does not spike blood sugar, it can make you feel full. (targetwoman.com)
  • I make all his biscuits (low sucrose - use dextrose or another artificial sweetener) (low fructose - I give fruit a miss and use cocoa, or imitation vanilla flavouring) (no dairy or soy- because of his protein intolerance). (blogspot.com)
  • tend
  • Why not let the chefs at China Sea prepare your dinner tonight so you can have more time to tend to all the other demands of your busy life? (warwickonline.com)
  • simple
  • She made a few simple rules for me to follow: First, use tender, small pods (the large ones are hard as wood and cannot be eaten, slime or no slime). (npr.org)
  • sure
  • I suggest calling before you go to make sure they're open. (metblogs.com)
  • Grilled salmon with steamed vegetables on the side is sure to fulfill the taste buds and make you feel satiated. (targetwoman.com)
  • Correct pans have to be chosen to make sure that the temperature is not too less. (targetwoman.com)
  • When the layers are filled, it is necessary to make sure that the icing 'ring' is half an inch from the border around the cake. (targetwoman.com)