“You come here to learn how to enjoy life. You have to discover you are sleeping under a diamond and don’t know it.“ - Nan Lu

Recipes

Eating for healing is an exciting way to nurture your body. Foods are selected for their energetic abilities to enhance the body.

FRIED RICERice is known for its ability to strengthen QI and Blood which makes it good for the Stomach and Spleen. It has been a staple in many cultures for 1,000 of years. Follow along to learn the how-too of fried rice, then substitute your favorite vegetables or other ingredients.
BARLEY AND LILY BULB CEREALThis recipe will support the Lung and Spleen function which will aid in the release of mucus. This recipe is also good for chronic cough. Barely is also an anti-cancer food.
CREATIVE LEFTOVER STIR-FRYWe love leftovers. They bring out the creative cook in all of us. We're all about Qi and intuition so enjoy using your leftovers to make am unusual, tasty meal.
WAKE-UP BREAKFAST BOWLSome days you just want more protein!  Eggs combined with beans offer a great boost for your morning activities.
POACHED EGG OVER QUINOIEggs are a perfect balance of yin and yang. Here’s a satisfying breakfast or brunch with this amazing message.
BLUEBERRY PANCAKESSo satisfying, this recipe will support healthy Liver and Stomach function. When the belly is sweetened, the stress falls away...
ZUCCHINI PINE NUT BOWLPine nuts in Chinese medicine will aid the digestive system and help support immune health. They are the seed of pine trees which enjoy long life! Zucchini and tomatoes are summer foods that moisture and nurture the body and help to release toxins.
Barley & Blueberry BakeWe love barley for its anti-cancer properties and ability to clean and aid the digestive track. By adding blueberries, the meal is packed with a sour taste to support the Liver. Together these foods energetically support the Stomach and Liver.
SPICY BARLEY & MUNG BEANSThis breakfast cereal of Chinese barley and mung beans is so good for your digestive system. The chili bamboo shoots, available in most Asian markets, will add a burst of flavor and is also good for digestion. Extra bonus - the spicy flavor supports the lung!
SWEET BARLEY CEREALChinese barley and brown sugar both support a healthy digestive system. Cook with almonds for additional Lung support.
TOMATO BASIL PASTAPasta soothes the Stomach with tomatoes and basil help the Heart and Liver. This delicious dish is also good leftover and served at room temperature.
LEAFY GREEN SALAD WITH WARM GRAINSColorful, delicious and nutritious! Our goal was to reduce the cold essence that normally impacts the digestive system when eating too many salads.
PEAR AND OATMEAL BAKEOatmeal with pears will help you build healthy Stomach function and will support your Lung energy.
RICERice is the most widely consumed staple food and has supported mankind for thousands of years.
LOTUS SEED SOUPLotus seed supports healthy Lung function and the red dates will support the Stomach and Spleen function. Enjoy the sweet and nutty flavor!
QUINOA WITH MAPLE SYRUP AND NUTSQuinoa is a great source of protein and helps support healthy Kidney function. Its versatility makes Quinoa a great choice for breakfast, as a base for vegetables bowls and for use in soups.
QUINOA VEGGIE BOWLCooking is a creative process. Save time, money and energy by repurposing your leftovers into a delicious meal.
OATMEAL WITH SWEET STRAWBERRIESThe warmth of the oatmeal allows the digestive system to process nutrients more efficiently. Strawberries have many health benefits but are especially good to calm a cough and cool the Lung. The almonds support healthy Lung function.
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