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Passion Food To Face The Battle

 Listen to Mama... Must cut off fried stuff, oily stuff and "heaty" stuff... and what makes the saddest of them all is the restriction on the Fruit King, The Durian!  Well, for now at least... and what makes is hard is that durian season is On now!   sigh.... Oh...well....

Another "clear" day for my stomach... no spicy, no oily-ness... just a homemade nutritious soup boiled from fish and minced meat and cooked with lots of greens.... Well, isn't that wonderful diet?  :)  I really have to thank my mother for taking care of me....  (when I should be taking care of her actually!) She makes sure I eat the correct food so as to "combat" the virus that is "attacking" and "making war" in my body system...  (will elaborate more on the war zone once I win the battle!)
Today's menu is "Tau Chim"
Dry Flat Noodles.... 
But once it is cooked with hot water, it becomes like this ... 
Very smooth oil-less noodles....
and topped with lots of greens and protein....
This is what I called "Passion Food"
(Love In The Heart)

Comments

  1. Your mom knows what is best for you. Be kiaw kiaw and take less oily food till you are completely fine. NO DURIANS for you for the time being, hehehe.

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  2. Hope you are getting better. Your previous Siew Chu Kuat Chuk is very yap mei...sedap lor...

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  3. Yes, mam! Though the temptation is there... Will have to refrain.. :)

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  4. Angeline, memang sedap... Wouldnt mind eating them again and again...

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  5. Mum's cooking always the best. She knows what is good for us. I love my mom very much too.

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  6. So this weekend must kwai kwai be at home ok... no durians and no spicy food ok.

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  7. Yeap now is durian season again, feels like buying some to make durian crepe... but very lazy these days. So tired after work. Skip it lar.

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  8. sometimes after having too much of flavorful and greasy food.. i think i would crave for something like this.. just simple and clear and soupy with lots of greens.. your mum is great!! i like this noodles actually..

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  9. aiyohhhh.... durian season and you can see cannot eat them. Take care of your health first, wait for the next durian season.

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  10. Angeline: that is why i always tell the younger generation... Eat when you r young and healthy! :) dont wait till old like me... Hahaha...


    Sk: simple and no msg... :)


    Eastcoast: yes.. So sad... Can see cannot touch... Haha

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  11. I used to take tau chim when I was young. Guess I must cook it some time.
    Make sure you boil the herbs. To really take out the heatiness.

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  12. Mama knows best, you are so blessed to have her to take care of you. If I had to eat this food that she makes, it would be so good, it looks wonderful!!! Claire, you are on the go and working so much, everyone needs a rest to re-charge. How are you feeling now?

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  13. That looks good! Oh...it was your mum who cooked that. No wonder! Hehehehehehe!!!!

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  14. That bowl of tau chim looks really yummy...

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  15. it looks yummy but the thing is i don't eat lady fingers haha

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  16. Sorry for being sua-pa-kau here, never heard of 'tau chim'. Same like those pan-mee? Hope you are OK now and Grease Is (certainly not) The Word for you.

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  17. Wenn: i thought of taking them to the office on monday.. :)


    Ginng: i m better today... Thank you...

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  18. Stp: more or less i know la... :)


    Sharon: yes..it is nutritious....

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  19. Mecoy: yea, some people dont like one ....:)


    Bananaz: these are dried noodles... Not oily but smooth.. And grease is the word.. ( in one week's time) hahaha

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  20. good to have healthy oil less food. hope you will win the battle soon. take care!

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  21. Yeah big thanks to your mama! You grew up so healthy and smart in blogging!

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  22. My favourite noodle - tau chim with no oil. Best!

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  23. TM, not to worry... Comment is now published...

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