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Vegetable Chow Mein is a traditional meal for the Chinese, which claims to be one of the most popular dishes found in the country. The name Chow Mein is etymologically derived from the word chāu-mèing meaning fried noodles. Though the inception of the dish was in China, it is now widely popular in the UK, USA and India.

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The wing bean is a climbing herbaceous legume and although all parts of the plant are edible, it is grown mostly for its green pods and beans. Wing bean seeds (or WBS) have a nutritional value similar to that of soybeans containing about 30-32% of protein and 16% of oil. They are also high in phosphorus, calcium, magnesium, iron and B-vitamins. It was also found WBS have hypotensive properties and may contribute to the cardio-vascular health due to high content of monounsaturated oleic acid. Wing beans are relatively hard to cook and just like soybeans they should be heat treated to eliminate any anti-nutritional factors like the trypsin inhibitor which hampers digestion. By presoaking the beans in a soda & salt solution this may reduce the cooking time.

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You should cook and taste our delicious seasonally satisfying soybean soup! A side of alliteration anyone?

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Coconut and Matcha Chia Seed Pudding

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Cajun is a distinctive culinary culture which originates in Louisiana.

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Really, being cooked it tastes delicious! So let’s try our savoury spicy curd bean with black pepper and master the healthy art of tofu! It’s TOFUlly the right thing to do!

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Now without further ado, let the delicious Horror show begin.

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Let’s cook and advocate your right for healthy eating with our buckwheat avocado and chia waffles!

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This Curried Cauliflower Couscous Salad is one of the most appetizing, incredible and distinguished salads.

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The dish is, however, lighter than the traditional Japanese ramen, made with shiitake mushrooms and miso to go along with the tasty noodles.

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The mere sight of this cute-looking yummilicious noodle, served on a plate, will make you salivate, and if you eat it, it will make you reinvigorated too. This Italian dish is a brilliant blend of arrabbiata sauce and squash in the form of noodles. The carefully spiralized noodle and diced tomatoes make this dish very appealing to the eyes. But it doesn’t stop there, its appearance is as great as the taste.

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Nutritionally boost your day with this chilled cucumber and wood ear mushroom salad, it’s an effective way of getting flavour and nutrients rolled up into one meal. Eating cucumber, a chilled one especially, not only thaw any encumbrances in the digestive tract, but also goes flavourfully on the tongue. Wood ear mushroom, commonly sold in Asian markets, is a dear ingredient-mate of the cucumber in the cooking of this tantalizing salad.

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