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    Quote Originally Posted by Boo View Post
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    紹菜 (shao4 cai4) is Cantonese for 大白菜 (da4 bai3 cai4), which is a type of Chinese cabbage. It's very good for soup as well.

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    Thanks junny. Yeah I love throwing in Shao Cai when making soup. Gives the soup a tint of sweetness. It also becomes very soft.
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    So is frequent/daily grilling healthy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Guo Xiang View Post
    So is frequent/daily grilling healthy?
    No. Cooking meat at high temperatures can result in the formation of carcinogens, which may lead to cancer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by junny View Post
    No. Cooking meat at high temperatures can result in the formation of carcinogens, which may lead to cancer.
    I see. Thanks.
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    Thanks Junny.

    Grilling is bad?! I've always thought it was healthy! How does it compare to frying?
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    I think it's healthier but only from a fat point of view 'cos grilled food soaks up less fat as opposed to deep fried. But grilling can cause charring which blackens the food, and that may also cause cancer.
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    Well then, i suppose it all lies upon skill. you must be able to grill well with minimum charring and fry well with "healthy oil".
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    Hehe, yes, if you like to grill, avoid the char.

    Same for toasting. I see some people toasting their bagels till they go all black-burnt and go yum yum. That's a whole lot of carcinogens.
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    Diacon (spelling?) is super yummy in soup also!

    Oh, I'm a bit fan of steamed tofu with green onion and soy sauce. I'm just a crazy tofu fan!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pandamao View Post
    Diacon (spelling?) is super yummy in soup also!

    Oh, I'm a bit fan of steamed tofu with green onion and soy sauce. I'm just a crazy tofu fan!
    What is diacon?

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    it should be daikon, i believe

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daikon
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    Quote Originally Posted by expression View Post
    Hehe, yes, if you like to grill, avoid the char.

    Same for toasting. I see some people toasting their bagels till they go all black-burnt and go yum yum. That's a whole lot of carcinogens.
    Lol you should go tell them...

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    Quote Originally Posted by junny View Post
    紹菜 (shao4 cai4) is Cantonese for 大白菜 (da4 bai3 cai4), which is a type of Chinese cabbage. It's very good for soup as well.

    Chinese cabbage soup is good. You can drink the soup and eat the cabbage. I highly recommend the Iron Chef - Chinese Cabbage battle between Iron Chef Chen vs. the Chinese chef from China.

    If you like grilling, get a George Foreman's grill.

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