I just purchased tapioca sticks by Hu Tieu Bot Loc. It looks like bean noodles normally used in Asian dishes. The ingredients are tapioca, salt, and water. Has anyone used this before and could share a recipe or two? I could not find any... (more)
So I'm aiming to become HEALTHIER to have better skin, better body, better growth, etc. Then I came across the Paleo Diet. I felt like my meals and snacks were unhealthy. You'll see what I mean here: Breakfast: -1-minute Quaker Oatmeal with 1/2... (more)
Hi, I'm Chinese 13 year old girl! I'm interested in the Paleo diet for that I think an Asian in the U.S. consuming a lot of carbs will pack on pounds o^o So far, I been avoiding rice/bread/pasta and lost as much as 8 lbs in like 2-3 months. I... (more)
I'm pretty happy with my nutritional ketosis diet now, it's high in fat, moderate protein, and low in carbs... and I've pretty much weaned myself from all processed foods, sugar, high fructose corn syrup, wheat products etc... I don't really... (more)
mmmmm msg. They put flour and sugar in sauces and soups without telling you, too. And soy, soy everywhere. I wouldn't even try, honestly.
I have been reading about how Paleo or Whole 30 has helped some folks control their diabetes (be it Type 1 or 2). Now, mine is a slightly different case. I'm a 26-year-old Malay Singaporean woman. I only discovered the Paleo way of eating about... (more)
DKA sounds to me like T1 diabetes. In practice it takes very little endogenous insulin production to put a "brake" on ketoacidosis, very few T2 (even those with very broken endocrine systems) ever experience DKA. I am pretty certain that your lack... (more)
I'm aware that mooncakes don't pass the paleo purity test, but I'm not looking for an optimal food, just a once-annually treat that won't give me IBS flareups. I've seen some in Taiwan that were made with mochi and other other things, but I don't... (more)
google found these: http://www.grouprecipes.com/16030/hidden-gold-mooncakes.html http://www.21food.com/products/hand-made-china-tartary-buckwheat-gluten-free-mooncake-351924.html http://losaltos.patch.com/articles/its-not-too-late-to-enjoy-moon-cakes (more)
My apologies if this has been asked... I'm looking to purchase some organic produce online -- particularly, Asian pears -- because I'm having difficulty finding them in stores...and I'm looking for a reputable site where I can order some good... (more)
something has been bothering me for a minute now. and i have restrained myself from acknowledging it because i hate to seem overly concerned with my appearance, but it is really bothering me! i have this friend and her mom is just STUNNING. she... (more)
I stopped into a big Asian market here in NYC today. Quite the spectacle, very impressive. The problem is that a huge amount of the merchandise has ingredients that are not Paleo compatible. I thought there would be a large variety of seaweed and... (more)
I am sooooooo tired of the paleo 'comfort food' approach and am getting burned out on th see types of receipts. I love the freshness of some Asian meals, but don't know at all how to cook them(being from the south). Are there any receipt books... (more)
Okay, so I've read a lot of the research about why soy is bad, and while I'm somewhat convinced, I still don't think anyone has properly addressed the "Asian argument", ie the fact that a lot of traditional Asian diets contain a lot of soy. For... (more)
So Ive just switched to the paleo style of eating and am finding it very beneficial for my energy levels and general well being. One question though, I live in Japan and while the low carb diet may be touted as a way to reduce grain and gluten... (more)
Ive seen them at 99 Ranch but hesitate to buy it as I dont know how it is raised and neither do the people who work at the store. If it is conventionally raised then wouldnt all the bad stuff we associate with this be concentrated in the liver? ... (more)
I am assuming that you mean Ranch 99 and I doubt anything there is organic. If you go to their deli section you will sometimes find free range chicken (or at least they say it's free range). However, even that is full of MSG.
I bought some jellyfish from the local Asian food store today.Supposedly it has some health benefits, and seems like an interesting alternative to my normal everyday food.Anyone have experience with it?
I haven't cooked it at home, but at a Chinese seafood restaurant I used to love what was basically a jellyfish salad dish. It had these ingredients if I remember correctly: jellyfish (shredded, and I think it was prepared in boiling water then... (more)