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Green Tiger In Chiang Mai, Thailand

July 8 2019 Happy Cow veggie blog 

There are so many wonderful things about Thailand, and even more so in the northern city of Chiang Mai. One of those things is a Green Tiger. Tucked in a quiet alley inside the quaint Old City of Chiang Mai, the Green Tiger House, and its plant-based Reform Kafé, is a peaceful oasis that awaits you, where you can enter a delightful world. Many hotels have various free amenities, and even a pool, but Green Tiger goes further with solar-heated water, energy-saving LED lights, natural body care products, and an area for used books and magazines. And there is outstandingly friendly service, who is ready to help you with whatever you need -- and even some things you didnt yet know you needed! Green Tiger House isnt just remarkable because its a fully plant-based hotel. Green Tiger House and Reform Kafé stand on their own merits as truly excellent places to stay and eat at, regardless of your diet. Reform Kafé serves both Thai and Western food, including khao soi, Chiang Mais delectable signature dish, as well as scrumptious curries, stir fries, pad thai, and soups, in addition to sandwiches, veggie burgers, and pasta, plus salads, smoothies, fruit and vegetable […] The post Green Tiger In Chiang Mai, Thailand appeared first on The Veggie Blog.

How to Tell If Youre Overcooking Your Vegetables

September 13 2014 VegKitchen 

How to Tell If Youre Overcooking Your VegetablesDisliking vegetables is something you should grow out of as you grow up and learn to appreciate the goodness that comes with your greens. Unfortunately, not everyone has the magic touch in the kitchen -- and sometimes it takes a skilled hand to turn raw vegetables into a delicious addition to your meal. In fact, one of the best ways to ruin your appetite for veggies is to overcook them. Even worse, your diet and health will suffer as a result.  Overcooking: Is It Really That Bad? There are plenty of reasons why you dont want to overcook your vegetables. In their raw form, your veggies hold a wealth of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that your body craves. In fact, its best for you to get your nutrition directly from the foods you eat, rather than from nutritional supplements and vitamin capsules. This is because all of the parts of what youre eating -- vitamins, minerals, proteins, fiber, phytochemicals, etc. -- work together to promote health. A pill simply cannot replicate this. And, as previously mentioned, overcooking can lead you to lose your appetite for vegetables. What draws you to vegetables that are impeccably prepared? Is it their bright colors? The crispy, crave-able texture? Unfortunately, you wont be ooh-ing and aah-ing over overcooked veggies. They not only lose their visual appeal, but they get mushy and lose a lot of their natural flavor. How Youre Doing It:  Chances are if youre overcooking your veggies, its because youre boiling them. This is certainly one of the simplest ways to cook raw vegetables, but its difficult to do so without seriously compromising the quality of your greens. Have you ever heard of water-soluble vitamins? Your veggies contain boatloads of these, but as soon as you dip them into a pot of water -- boiling or not -- they seep away . The ultra-hot water that you boil to cook your veggies can also damage their vitamins. Many vitamins have been proven to be heat-sensitive, losing their power over an open flame. This isnt to say that you should eat every veggie raw, though -- when cooked carefully, you can still retain plenty of vitamins and nutrients without sacrificing flavor. How to Make It Right:  Thankfully, there is a light at the end of the overcooked tunnel. By making a few small changes to your cooking style, you can enjoy your veggies again -- or for the first time -- and your body will, too. Steaming your vegetables is an easy switch if you already have a trusty pot in which you previously boiled your food. Simply invest in a steaming basket thatll sit over a pot of boiling water. The rising steam will cook your veggies to perfection without drawing any vitamins out. If youre pressed for time, you can also find microwave-safe steamers that expedite the process. Either way, be sure to stick a fork into your vegetable-of-choice a touch before you expect them to be done. That way, you can check their texture and ensure that you take them off as soon as theyre ready -- and not an overcooked minute after.  Youll want to mix up the texture of your veggies occasionally, of course. Try tossing your green of choice in olive oil, spreading them over a baking sheet, and sprinkling sea salt over them before popping them into the oven. Roasting your vegetables gives them a crispy texture and robust flavor that youre sure to crave. You could also try stir-frying them if you prefer your veg to have a little more crunch. No matter which way you decide to cook your veggies, its imperative that you do so in cookware thats safe for you and your family. The chemicals used to make your pots and pans non-stick, for example, could seep into the food that you cook.  In order to be sure that each meal you make is a healthy option for you and your loved ones, invest in a set thats eco- and body-friendly. Your health and taste buds will be equally thankful for these swaps. - Find more tips on good eating in Healthy Vegan Kitchen.

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