火鍋湯底之所以那麽好吃，秘密在於醃肉醬汁。醬汁的特別之處，在於用它不含醬油，因爲醬油對B型和 O型非分泌者的（約佔O型人的兩成）都無益，而對AB 型和少數A型屬中性，只有對八成A型人有益，所以除非你是A型分泌者，還是建議用“另類”醬料來代替。這個秘製醬汁，可以在雪柜鮮肉格裏保存肉類一星期，所以一次過醃好，每天把肉拿出來就可以即刻煮食，實在太方便了。如果想索取醬汁食譜，請填寫以下表格，訂閲《食得型》電子通訊，你便會收到密碼，以便下載醬汁食譜。
The weather has suddenly turned a bit chilly, a sign that winter has definitely arrived in Hong Kong. A favorite winter thing to do among Hong Kongers is to hold hot pot parties. People love to feel the warmth of not just the boiling pot of broth and yummy ingredients, but also of friends and families gathered around the pot. But what if you come home late from work, are cold and hungry like a wolf, and still want to enjoy a meal that resembles the hot pot? Here, I offer a quick and easy solution: Boil a pot of water, add some vegetables that are beneficial to you, the hard ones first, then the stalks of leafy greens, some mushrooms, then add some pre-marinated meat, followed by brown rice noodles or whatever noodles that are beneficial for your blood type, and finally, the green leaves. Season with sea salt and voilà！In less than 10 minutes, you will have a personal hot pot that warms you up and fills your belly. This is much more nutritious than having an instant noodle, which takes what? About 3 minutes to make. Give another 7 minutes of your time, and you can avoid cancer and other health problems! Besides, it is so yummy, you wouldn’t want to trade this for the MSG and chemical-laden packets anymore. If you have more than one person, just adjust the amount of ingredients accordingly.
The truly wonderful taste of the broth actually comes from the marinade that I have created. What makes this dish so quick to prepare is the marinade I made previously. The marinated meat can stay fresh for up to a week in the meat compartment of your fridge. To find out how to make this unique marinade sans soy sauce (which is only beneficial for about 80 percent of Type A folks), please subscribe to my newsletter below using the form below. I will then send you a password to view the secret recipe for this fabulous marinade.
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