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Nourishing Soups At Soup Restaurant

on November 23, 2016

We have a local chain of restaurants called “Soup Restaurant” that specialises only in double boiled soups.

By double boiled, it means soups in porcelain jars of single servings are steamed in another pot over slow flame.

In my lil red dot, these clear soups are nourishing and effective pick me uppers for colds, coughs or feeling lethargic or recovering from surgery or childbirth.

I treat this as a meal as it is chokeful of goodness. 

My favorites are old yellow cucumber double boiled with pork ribs and sprinkling of red wolf berries and a piece of fig.

It is soothing and naturally tasty without any addictives.

My other favorite is pig stomach with gingko biloba double boiled in soup with black pepper corns. 

The chewy pig stomach cut in slivers and each bite with a spoonful of peppery soup and gingko is scrumptious.

Lotus root is another great root vegetable to use for soups. This has cooling properties and is great for lungs. This is also my delicious.

Our soups are clear broth like, unlike western cuisine that is creamy or filled with milk. 

Next time if you are in Chinatown in Australia, UK or USA…give it a try.

I hope you will enjoy it πŸ˜‰


11 responses to “Nourishing Soups At Soup Restaurant

  1. scifihammy says:

    These soups do sound very nourishing and delicious. πŸ™‚ Enjoy! πŸ™‚

  2. They sound really nice πŸ™‚

  3. Andy Smart says:

    Hiya Garfirld Hug > Chinatown??? Where are you from then? Just interested as I live in China and your soups ring a bell πŸ™‚

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