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Savory Protein
  • ⅓ cup Chicken thinly cut              
  • ¼ cup Onion sliced                       
  • ¼ cup Cabbage sliced                  
  • ¼ cup Carrot julienne                   
  • ¼ cup Broccoli cut                    
  • ½ cup Soy sauce                           
  • ½ cup Brown Sugar (or combine ~½ cup of white granulated sugar to ⅕ tbsp of molasses
  • Salt and Pepper to taste
  • 2 tbsp Oil          
  1. Prepare by thinly cutting the chicken (or tofu) and fry until browned on one side
  2. Add the cut onion, cabbage, carrots, and broccoli. Stir!
  3. Add the soy sauce, bring to a simmer then add the brown sugar
  4. Wait until the sauce reduces (thickens), then the dish is done!


  • Buying pre-made sauces is cheap and easy too! They come in many forms!
  • Let's talk rice :0
    • If you’ve ever washed and drained rice you’ve probably noticed the water doesn’t run clear. What you’re actually washing away is the bit of rice flour produced from the rice rubbing against each other in the packaging. Our ancestors knew this quite well, which is why you may have the physical urge to hit a rice bag, as it's almost instinctual for us to create this rice flour, leading to a more sticky rice as an end product. 
    • Recap: When washing rice, the more you wash, the less sticky the rice will be.
    • Hint: Some people salt, add stock, garlic, and a lot more to their rice. Feel free to experiment, although you can never go wrong with some aromatic pure, white jasmine rice!
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