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- Dried Abalone Topshell Slice (16oz/Bag)
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Mexican Dried Sea Snail (16oz/Bag)
Snail meat contains protein, fat (mainly polyunsaturated fatty acid), iron, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, copper, zinc, vitamins A, B6, B12, K and folate. The high-protein, low-fat content of snail meat makes it a healthy alternative to industrially raised foods. Snails possess anti-cancer properties and boost the immune system due to their antioxidants and anti-inflammatory effects. An average snail is comprised of 80% water, 15% protein and 2.4% fat. They contain selenium and are a rich source of vitamins E, A, K and B12.
Pork, tonic herbs and sea snails in a stew pot
3 dried sea snail slices
a pack of tonic herbs
about 8 pieces of lean meat
3 ginger slices
Directions: Wash the dried sea snail slices and soak them for 20 minutes, rinse with cold water and discard the water. Rinse the lean meat, then add all the ingredients to the clay pot. Add enough water to cover the ingredients. Boil on high heat for 10 minutes, remove the foam from the boiling water to reduce the fat content and turn to low heat for 3 hours to make a rich tasting, nuttritious soup. Season with salt.
Chinese tonic herbs can improve spleen/pancreas function and appetite, nourish yin body fluids, eliminate toxins, reduce inflammation, and help prevent infection and water retention. Spleen/pancreas tonic herbs improve poor digestion. Lean meat nourishes internal organs and muscles, strengthens resistence to illness and nourishes the blood. The mild anti-inflammatory effects of a Qing Bu Liang sweet cold soup mix is especially enjoyable in summer and autumn. We suggest cooking the above ingredients with our Sweet Soup / Qing Bu Liang Soup
Or you can make a Qing Bu Liang soup yourself with 15-20 grams each of White Yam, Goji berry, Codonopsis, Solomon’s seal (Yuzhu,) Lily flower, Lotus Seed, Jujube Red Date, Fox Nuts (Gorgon,) Barley, etc.
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