From ShanghaiNeutrally flavored with a satisfyingly soft texture that has just a little bite. Cut away the skin, discard the seeds, then boil or steam large chunks or stir-fry thin slices.
From ShanghaiCucumber is the most popular food for people who want lose weight.It is excellent for salads and pickling.
From ShanghaiHigh in vitamins B6 and C as well as fiber, folate and antioxidants, asparagus is highly nutritious. Lightly steam or shave the succulent stems into salads, pasta dishes, omelets or risottos to give your dish a fresh springtime twist.
From ShanghaiA summer squash that can be steamed, boiled, grilled, stuffed and baked, barbecued, fried, or incorporated in other recipes such as soufflés. Or slice into thin ribbons and enjoy in summery salads. Extremely low in calories, packed full of fiber and a great source of vitamin C and manganese. Locally sourced for a lower carbon footprint.
From ShanghaiPleurotus, a variety of mushroom is known for its almond flavor and meat hypertrophy, such as abalone taste named. In recent years the development of successful cultivation of set edible, medicinal, therapeutic in one of the rare mushroom new varieties boosts yield.
From ShanghaiDecadently sweet traditional Chinese pudding of white glutinous rice filled with red bean paste and topped with sticky nuts and dried fruit.Enjoy by removing from the package and steaming for 15 minutes or microwaving on high for 5 minutes.
From Shouguang,ShandongSlightly sweeter than Western varieties, naturally low in calories and fat but high in vitamin C and potassium.
From PhilippinePacked with vitamins B7 & C and potassium, a banana is one of the healthiest snacks around.
From New ZealandKiwi from New zealand has juiciness and naturally sweet flavor. Eat one or two as mid-morning snack, it's a easy way to keep healthy.
From ShanghaiRed grapes sweet and sour taste. It contains large amounts of glucose and fructose, easily absorbed by the body, can be maintain beauty and stop cough
From Shouguang, ShandongTomatoes contain vitamin BI, vitamin B2. It's popular among Chinese.You can eat it directly or cook with eggs.
From ShanghaiCarrots are rich in beta carotene, vitamin A and a range of beneficial nutrients. Enjoy crisp, sweet carrots as crudités or tossed into stir fries.
From Shouguang,ShandongHigh in vitamin C with a crisp, mild flavor, don’t trim and throw away the white ribbed insides – this part has the highest concentration of vitamins. Enjoy raw or cooked.