May 26, 2017 § Leave a comment
The round house at 39 NanHai Road, Taipei. You’ll need to read Chinese or have a translator with you to know what the dishes are. We arrived early to get video of the food before others arrived. The work in preparing everything would be huge. Could never be possible in Australia. Feast your eyes on this ‘slightly a bit-long’ video. The location is half a dozen blocks south from North Gate to where NanHai Road should be then turn right. Will return there next visit.
(Also within the same unique-styled building are several art shops downstairs).
Main entrance, restaurant on top floor.
October 30, 2014 § Leave a comment
They looked first-class when purchased from a market near Yongchun MRT. Two days later, when ready to eat …… the ugly truth inside.
This is not new. In Australia bananas have been dipped in a chemical when freshly picked and still green in color before being sent to market.
Initially the pictured fruit was fantastic-looking. What a shame and a sad disappointment.
( May be continued)
September 9, 2014 § Leave a comment
I’m not sure what the details are with the rich color, looks good while raising a question – is it natural or not?
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September 15, 2013 § Leave a comment
FORMULA: Linseed three parts, sunflower kernels two parts, almonds one part. Finely grind to a powder. Keep in sealed container in cool place.
Linseed was on sale in Dihua Street, Taipei. The rest is easy to find in shops. Yoghurt is optional and can dropped. If so use fruit juice to add moisture. Any ripe fruit is OK, EXCEPT melon.
When buying the packaged version in a supermarket (necessary yesterday but not advisable) I had a chat with a woman in the check-out line who had visited the ‘inventor’ (Dr FJ Steed, who devised this mix in 1966). The woman told me that many years ago before Dr Steed moved to Tasmania, he did an iris diagnosis of her eyes and spotted the need an adjustment to her spine. The adjustment fixed ‘forever’ an intermittent lower back pain the woman had.
One of many treatments this amazing practitioner did where conventional medicine was failing locals.
Some other doctors heard about his work, they were dissatisfied (with conventional drug treatment) and enrolled for a natural healing and herbalist course with Dr. Steed at the former Natures Health Centre at Bruxner Park.