My Homemade Chinese Book is About to Come Out, and YOU Could Win It!

Hi fellow WordPress followers. And Happy Wednesday!

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In the new book!

I want you to have a chance to win my new book, but you have to subscribe!

All you need to do is go to iwantwellness.co and wait for the bright green pop-up. Once you see it, add your email and you’re in=)

You will also snag a week long gluten-free, soy-free meal plan and other incentives via

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In the new book!

 email. Not only this, but you will be entered into any and all future giveaways just for being a subscriber!

And, just for you, here’s a couple recipes from Everything’s Better with Homemade Chinese, Easy and Delicious Paleo Chinese Recipes. (Aka the new book=)

https://atomic-temporary-100964869.wpcomstaging.com/2018/02/10/egg-drop-soup/

https://atomic-temporary-100964869.wpcomstaging.com/2017/10/25/chinese-lime-broccoli/

I just know you are going to love this new book. I hope that you enjoy these recipes and make sure to subscribe for a chance to win your very own copy!

You know you’re gonna love the new book? Check out the old ones, too=)

Want a paperback copy? Reply in the comments and I’ll send you one!

Egg Drop Soup

When I was younger, my mom always had things to help us feel better if we felt sick. For some it’s chicken noodle soup, for me, it was her egg drop soup. My moms version was Chicken Ramen, cooked to the package directions, with an egg dropped in. I remember this fondly and although I don’t eat Ramen anymore, her soup is what inspired this dish.

I have created a healthy, chinese-y soup that is done in under 5 minutes and so good. This soup is the easiest and quickest, you will want it all the time.

Egg Drop Soup

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  • 5 cups chicken stock
  • 1 teaspoon toasted sesame oil
  • 1 teaspoon liquid aminos
  • 5 eggs, beaten
  • large pinch of salt and pepper

Add the chicken stock to a medium-sized sauce pan, along with the sesame oil and coconut aminos. Bring to a boil. Add in the eggs and stir. Add the salt and pepper and turn off the heat. It’s done, serve immediately.

Like this recipe? Check out my other books, and watch for more to come!

Want a paperback copy? Reply in the comments and I’ll send you one