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Old 02-04-2013, 02:51 PM   #190861
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how are you with seafood?
there is a korean soup with kale and stuff like clams that is high in iron and other nutrients
in addition to, or instead of, clams, you can also put beef chunks in it
it is what all the women eat after giving birth
i feel like you should try it
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how are you with seafood?
there is a korean soup with kale and stuff like clams that is high in iron and other nutrients
in addition to, or instead of, clams, you can also put beef chunks in it
it is what all the women eat after giving birth
i feel like you should try it
why me?
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Old 02-04-2013, 02:54 PM   #190863
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why me?
because you seem to be the most unhealthy person in SGC

and you like the dried seaweed stuff already
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the kale looks good, the clams look a bit... clammy.
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that's what your school was famous for ... suicide bridge

They just decided to put up fences last summer.
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because you seem to be the most unhealthy person in SGC

and you like the dried seaweed stuff already
looks like i'm still fighting off at least one more winter cold/flu. my dizzyness is from sinus pressure. more alka-seltzer and i'm fine.

i chopped down 3 trees in my back yard on saturday.

i was fairly healthy before the flu, now i'm still recovering.

but i am down for some asian food remedies!
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They just decided to put up fences last summer.
just try and find a balcony room in vegas

i think the palms does, no one else is going to risk it.
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the kale looks good, the clams look a bit... clammy.
you can substitute beef
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the broth is very savory

i'm not a cook so i don't know how to describe food very well
anyway
if you get a chance...

you can even find pre-packaged stuff at the asian markets
like dehydrated soup base and ingredients
just add hot water
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the broth is very savory

i'm not a cook so i don't know how to describe food very well
anyway
if you get a chance...

you can even find pre-packaged stuff at the asian markets
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just add hot water
is there a name for this so i can find a recipe online, kale
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Yeah, Birthday Soup should be pretty high in Iron. Good if you're anemic.
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i think the palms does, no one else is going to risk it.
Makes sense.
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Miyuk Guk is Korean seaweed soup. "Miyuk" refers to wakame, a type of seaweed abundant along the long Korean coastline. This warming and delicious comfort food is made with fragrant garlic, seaweed, and either fish broth with shellfish or beef broth with sliced beef. I love the story behind this celebratory Korean "birthday soup" recipe, which everyone eats not only on his or her birthday, but also year-round. Its association with birthdays in particular stems from the ritual of feeding Miyuk Guk to women who have just given birth. Their traditional wisdom knew that the soup gave the women strength and restoration from the nutrient dense broth, seaweed, and beef or seafood.
Type of dish: Side Dish, Soup
Equipment: Soup pot
Servings: Makes 2 to 3 servings

Ingredients:
1/4 cup dried wakame (0.3 ounces) - Whole Foods generally carries a good selection of dried seaweed, and you can also try finding it at your local natural foods store or an Asian market
3 cups beef bone broth
5 cloves garlic, minced
2 TB sesame oil
2 tsp fish sauce
2 green onions, thinly sliced

Directions:
1.Soak 1/4 cup dried wakame in 2 cups of water for 20 minutes. Drain, rinse 2 or 3 times, and drain again. Squeeze all the water out of the seaweed. At this point we had 1 cup of soaked wakame. Coarsely chop the wakame into bite sized pieces.
2.Heat the broth over medium low heat. Add the seaweed and the garlic and bring to a gentle simmer. Cook for 10 minutes to infuse the broth with the garlic flavor.
3.Stir in the sesame oil and fish sauce.
4.Ladle into bowls and garnish with the green onions.

Enjoy!
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I like savory broth. Miso soup is one of my favorites because of dashi.
Same goes for doenjang in Korean recipes.
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Miyuk = seaweed/kale
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Cosmo has them....... tiff and I spent some time on the balcony the last trip
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just the right amount of wrong!


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how is the Cosmo?
Yeah, I am surprised security wasn't called to our room by Guests staying at Aria


I liked it. We were there when it was first opening, so there were some gliches here and there, but the room and hotel were very nice. And we had fun at the pool party there at the hotel. ....... good times.
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