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My Favorite Food Site Serves Up Chinese To Vegetarian

Many first visit to the high places mistakenly believe all Chinese food tasty and useful. In fact, 50% of travelers after a week on the Chinese diet dream of salad, cheese, a piece of meat the size of a normal, unsweetened bread, and that the food is not swimming in oil, and tomatoes don’t sprinkle sugar. Another 40% are broken within a month, well, the remaining 10% still like it.

My favorite food is Chinese and Vegetables almost always cooked to at least quickly roasted in the fire, there are almost no raw salads Vegetable dishes a lot, but it is difficult to find vegetarian sake rice can fry in lard, and vegetable noodles, add pour broth or dry shrimp as a condiment – is this meat is not considered.Almost all the food is browned and swimming in oil (stir-fried), occasionally there are boiled or steamed dishes.

Chinese eat everything frogs, snails, chicken fingers, pork ears, cartilage and duck tongues. Very much like serving food in its original form: with hands-feet-head.

Meat, though present everywhere, but put it a little, – if it is stated in the dish with something: with mushrooms, noodles, rice – is on the strength of 20 grams, or small pieces of meat. If you want more (100g) choose clean meat dishes. At the same time it is best to take beef, lamb or pork. Properly make sure that you promise to the meat, but not so here:

The most popular meat – pork, then go with beef, chicken and lamb.

Chicken often cut to the bone and cartilage, and if more expensive, richer, for example, in a restaurant – there is a risk to dig a well head and legs fully.

With fish-like system, 90% of you will have a long time to dig into the dish, to find the pieces of the edible meat.

Chinese dairy products are not eaten. In big cities and even in some places it is fresh and pasteurized milk and fruit yogurt, sweet and something similar to cream cheese.

Sausages, ham, mayonnaise, butter, bread – with the exception of Beijing, Shanghai and more pairs of seats – sweet and disgusting, tourists beware! Suspicious pink sausages on the street to avoid.

For breakfast, the Chinese eat about the same thing for lunch and dinner because Chinese is my favorite food , mostly noodles in broth, or a set of boiled eggs, lean liquid rice porridge, boiled and fried bread and lean rather peculiar pickles.

The main ingredients of Asian desserts are not butter, chocolate, yeast, rice and sticky dough, pasta with red and green beans, tuber taro, green tea extract and sesame. There is also no concept of sequence and dessert can bring along with soup, meat and noodles (which, however, does not prevent the Chinese people, and they will eat fish, seizing her ice cream and drinking soup) other foods are delicious for this reason Chinese is my favorite.

Firstly, soup – is not Portion bowl, there is a huge two-liter tub, and secondly, it consists mainly of water, and thirdly, his eating simultaneously or even after the meal as it would be squeezed and not as the first. And the best of all, you could see all the nearby restaurants form MyFaFo.

The menu is very different from a very simple piece of paper with the characters to the big book with pictures and sometimes crooked translation into English. Also in the tourist areas there are restaurants with European cuisine, but most often it is the so-called hopeful – shabby attempts to imitate European cuisine, which can be of a difference such as a hot orange juice, pizza without tomato sauce, sweet sandwich with tuna and tomato sherry as a dessert and other surprises.

A statewide conversation about the aesthetics, ethics and politics of food

foodFor the next year – and beyond – the Mississippi Humanities Council will host and encourage programming throughout the state, from speakers and conferences to film series and book discussions, to inspire Mississippians to talk about and conceive solutions for the challenge of sustaining our local and global population, while also celebrating the unique cultural aspects of food preparation in the Deep South. We hope you will join us for a year of “eating, drinking and thinking!”
Learn more about the FOOD project.


Staff members from the The Mississippi Film Office, The Mississippi Arts Commission and The Mississippi Humanities came together with Barefoot Workshops to learn the craft of documentary filmmaking with the goal of creating short three minute videos that could be shared on multiple online platforms.