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7 Ways to Naturally Detox Your Liver According to Chinese Medicine

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What happens when liver or gallbladder energy isn’t flowing properly? We can experience anger and irritability (and for women: PMS), depression, insomnia, and an inability to lead or make decisions. We are also more susceptible to problems like muscle pulls and strains, joint pains, and headaches when the liver and gallbladder are out of balance. […]… Continue Reading →

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Who Invented General Tso’s Chicken: A Brief History

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General Tso’s chicken (pronounced [tswò]) is a sweet deep-fried chicken dish that is served in North American Chinese restaurants (it is also seen with other variants, such as General Tse’s chicken). The dish is named after Zuo Zongtang (also romanized Tso Tsung-t’ang), a Qing dynasty statesman and military leader, although there is no recorded connection […]… Continue Reading →

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9 Eye-Opening Health Benefits of Edamame

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Consuming fruits and vegetables of all kinds has long been associated with a reduced risk of many lifestyle-related health conditions. There is evidence that consuming more plant foods like edamame decreases the risk of diabetes, heart disease, obesity, and overall mortality. It can also promote a healthy complexion and hair, and it can boost energy. […]… Continue Reading →

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Traditional Chinese Foods to Eat During Chinese New Year

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There are a lot of symbolic dishes served during Chinese New Year. Each individual dish is steeped in tradition and is a homonym for a particular wish for the upcoming year, such as “have a lot of fun” or “make a lot of money.” In the spirit of the festivities, we’ve put together 10 essential […]… Continue Reading →

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Happy Chinese New Year! The Year of the Pig

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The Chinese New Year, or Spring Festival, has more than 4,000 years of history and is the longest holiday of the year. In the 21st century, the national holiday begins on the first of the Lunar Calendar and lasts until the 15th of the first month. In 2018, Chinese New Year begins on February 5th […]… Continue Reading →

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Chinese Tea: Learn More About Your Favorite Varieties

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Tea, by far, is China’s most popular beverage. There are countless varieties and variations of tea. Below are some of the most poplar tea varieties. To try some of these and other delicious asian inspired food, be sure to stop by 720 Fusion Fresh. We hope to see you soon!   Green Tea The green […]… Continue Reading →

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Autumn Seasonal Eating According to Chinese Medicine

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Chinese cuisine reflects the changing seasons. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, there are specific ingredients and flavors that should be eaten each season to counteract the changing weather. Beneficial Foods in Fall Because the weather begins to cool off in autumn, it’s a good idea to eat less cooling foods, like salads and raw foods […]… Continue Reading →

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Rice: The World’s Most Popular and Versatile Food

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Rice is a wonderful and versatile grain that complements practically any food. And, there are more than 8,000 different types of rice (Oryza sativa) categorized by size and by the method used to process it. Long-, medium-, and short-grain rice are the main types. Sticky rice is produced by the high-starch short grain variety, while […]… Continue Reading →

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Chow Mein vs. Lo Mein: Do you Know the Difference?

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Preparation and Texture Both chow mein and lo mein dishes start with egg noodles, made from wheat flour mixed with egg. Chow mein noodles can be either flat or rounded. For preparation, cooks start with either fresh or dried noodles, which are then parboiled. The parboiled noodles are then added to the stir-fry mixture and […]… Continue Reading →