Profile cover photo
Profile photo
Lorelle Saxena
72 followers -
an empathy-driven acupuncturist
an empathy-driven acupuncturist

72 followers
About
Lorelle's posts

Post has attachment
Gojujang, my favorite farmer's market, and call for HALP
When Tara Goodman  (of  Adafina Culinary  and, of course,  Goodman's Jewish Deli ) brings you over some house-made gojujang, you do not waste any time in putting that fermenty hotness on your congee. And on everything else.  We made some Korean fried chicke...

Post has attachment
Adam's (fermented) Sriracha recipe
Every year Adam plants a whole bunch of hard-neck garlic, originally sent to him by his dad in Pennsylvania, who's selected his favorite varieties over years of growing garlic. In another section of the garden, he plants lots and lots of peppers, all kinds ...

Post has attachment
Ending and beginning
So my Year of Congee ended on December 31st, and I've been thinking about where to take this blog. Because the thing is, even though we're in the second month of 2015, I'm still eating congee for breakfast, and I still think you should, too. Bai zhou, kale ...

Post has attachment
Ending and beginning


Post has attachment

Post has attachment
How to be not scared of kale
It was maybe two years ago. I was standing in line at the grocery store, Kamal in his little infant carseat stashed in my cart. The lady at the front of the line was buying maybe eight bunches of kale. After she'd paid and left, the guy right behind her and...

Post has attachment
Adam's loco moco congee
I told you in my last post about how Adam had the phenomenal idea of combining congee with loco moco , that beloved, decadent breakfast local to Hawai'i. Here's how you can make loco moco congee, too. First, make bai zhou, plain white rice congee: bring to ...

Post has attachment

Post has attachment

Post has attachment
Garlicky greens congee
There's this very short list I give to patients who want to completely overhaul their eating patterns and start eating healthfully. Here it is: 1) Start each day with a warm breakfast. (Ahem. Congee, for example.) 2) Drink half a gallon or more of room-temp...
Wait while more posts are being loaded