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KANGKONG WITH OYSTER SAUCE == Ingredients == 1 bunch kangkong (Ongchoy or water spinach), 3T oyster sauce, 3T toasted garlic ¾ c beef broth, ½ t cornstarch, Salt and ground black pepper to taste, ¼ t red pepper flakes (optional), 1 t toasted sesame seeds (optional), 2T cooking oil ====

KANGKONG WITH OYSTER SAUCE == Ingredients == 1 bunch kangkong (Ongchoy or water spinach), 3T oyster sauce, 3T toasted garlic ¾ c beef broth, ½ t cornstarch, Salt and ground black pepper to taste, ¼ t red pepper flakes (optional), 1 t toasted sesame seeds (optional), 2T cooking oil ====

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Fermented Tofu!? It's not as weird as it sounds. Stir-Fried green leaf vegetables are an essential part of the Chinese menu, whether back home in the US or here in China. These days, all kinds of Chinese vegetables are readily available

Fermented Tofu!? It's not as weird as it sounds. Stir-Fried green leaf vegetables are an essential part of the Chinese menu, whether back home in the US or here in China. These days, all kinds of Chinese vegetables are readily available

Vegetables in photo include shredded banana blossom (brown shoe-string curls), purple perilla, bean sprouts, cilantro, green onion and Vietnamese water spinach (green leafy curls).

Vegetables in photo include shredded banana blossom (brown shoe-string curls), purple perilla, bean sprouts, cilantro, green onion and Vietnamese water spinach (green leafy curls).