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2009-03-13


picture above taken from http://mohlee56.blogspot.com/

Note from Ms. Yummy~licious:
Price approx. RM5 per 100gm. You can get this from Herbs and Food or any shop that sells chinese herbs. Like a thin sheet of tree bark.

Note from Wiki:
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Recipe/s that use/s this item:
  • Baked Herbal Chicken

2009-03-12


Note from Ms. Yummy~licious:
Price approx. RM5 per 100gm. You can get this from Herbs and Food or any shop that sells chinese herbs.

Note from Wiki:
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Recipe/s that use/s this item:
  • Baked Herbal Chicken

2009-03-11


Note from Ms. Yummy~licious:
Price approx. RM5 per 100gm. You can get this from hypermarket, Herbs and Food or any shop that sells chinese herbs.

Note from Wiki:
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Recipe/s that use/s this item:
  • Baked Herbal Chicken

2009-03-09


Note from Ms. Yummy~licious:
Price approx. RM3 per 100gm. You can get this from hypermarket.

Note from Wiki:
Ziziphus zizyphus (from Greek ζίζυφον - zizuphon[1], syn. Z. jujuba, Rhamnus zizyphus), commonly called Jujube, Red Date (紅棗), or Chinese Date, is a species of Ziziphus in the buckthorn family Rhamnaceae, used primarily for its fruits.

Its precise natural distribution is uncertain due to extensive cultivation, but is thought to be in southern Asia, between Syria, northern India, and southern and central China, and possibly also southeastern Europe though more likely introduced there.[2]

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jujube

Recipe/s that use/s this item:
  • Baked Herbal Chicken

2009-03-07


Note from Ms. Yummy~licious:
Price approx. RM5 per 100gm. You can get this from Herbs and Food or any shop that sells chinese herbs. Widely use in boiling soup. Good for the eyes.

Note from Wiki:
Wolfberry - commercially called goji berry - is the common name for the fruit of two very closely related species: Lycium barbarum (Chinese: 寧夏枸杞; pinyin: Níngxià gǒuqǐ) and L. chinense (Chinese: 枸杞; pinyin: gǒuqǐ), two species of boxthorn in the family Solanaceae (which also includes the potato, tomato, eggplant, deadly nightshade, chili pepper, and tobacco). Although its original habitat is obscure (probably southeastern Europe to southwest Asia), wolfberry species currently grow in many world regions.[citation needed] Only in China, however, is there significant commercial cultivation.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wolfberry

Recipe/s that use/s this item:
  • Baked Herbal Chicken

2009-03-03


Note from Ms. Yummy~licious:
Price approx. RM5 per 100gm. You can get this from Herbs and Food or any shop that sells chinese herbs.

Note from Wiki:
N/A

Recipe/s that use/s this item:
  • Baked Herbal Chicken

2009-03-01


Note from Ms. Yummy~licious:
Price approx. RM5 per 100gm. You can get this from Herbs and Food or any shop that sells chinese herbs.

Note from Wiki:
N/A

Recipe/s that use/s this item:
  • Baked Herbal Chicken