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Leo took things to a whole new level with his cooking.

He cooked a whole tilapia fish, thai style. That means it was a bit sweet, a bit sour, and bursting with flavours that you can smell and taste.

Here it is as a steamed broth style. Have I mentioned before how much I love cilantro? There was no shortage of it in this dish.

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And here it is as a fried sweet and sour style (which might be called Escabeche in the Philippines).

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Signing off,
Cat


Spinach is sweet, pungent and cooling. There are many great benefits for those that can use its properties.

I’m not quite certain that I need to even post this recipe, it’s so straightforward. Of course, you can add ingredients and create a soup with more depth if you like.

Tools
one pot

Ingredients
1 bunch spinach
1-2 slices ginger

Instructions
Boil a pot of water. Slice ginger, wash spinach. Once brought to a boil, add the ginger slice(s). Then add the spinach. Boil for a minute or two. Turn down heat and let simmer for a few min.
Yup, that is all.

Drink!

Here is a more complicated but very rewarding spinach soup recipe if your body craves extra ingredients.
http://www.101cookbooks.com/archives/spinach-and-zucchini-soup-recipe.html

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