Sunday, May 29, 2011

Harmony Life

There's no lack of eateries in Sri Petaling, but this might be the only organic-themed one.

Tri-colored noodles, steamed for guilt-free gastronomy. But of course, not al dente.

Lei cha. As delicious as this recipe gets, blending the crispness of veggies and grainy goodness of rice with an aromatic nuttiness and minty fragrance.

The eggplant was OK _ similar in taste and texture to 'yong tau foo' versions. What made this memorable was a sprinkling of dried rosebuds with a bizarre flavor, both flowery and salty.

Miso bittergourd. Bitter, for sure, but the health benefits might make it worth the effort.

Oatmeal soy milk & Detox juice (apple, organic beetroot, organic carrots).

Harmony Life Organic Cafe & Mart,
Bandar Baru Sri Petaling.

21 comments:

  1. Hmm. Some days methinks and organic and everything "green" is overrated. Gimme some good meat any day - bacon, bacon, bacon, bacon, bacon... :D

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  2. lfb: but a bowl of lei cha for lunch everyday is guaranteed to be better for your heart than a plate of glistening bacon! hmmmmm, maybe combine both and make bacon lei cha! :D

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  3. ermmm vegetarian??? :p lol at Kenny's comment!

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  4. Babe_KL: heh, I'm hoping to have at least one vegetarian post every couple of months! :D

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  5. Kenny: OVERRATED? WHAT DO YOU MEAN BY THAT?

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  6. Michelle: heheh. I actually find Lei cha underrated. It can be addictively yummy :D

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  7. love 'lei cha' the most :) healthy and delicious

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  8. Carrie: oh yeah. I wonder where's the best Lei cha in KL though :D

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  9. Me too thinks organic is overrated. Just eat everything in moderation.

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  10. Not really. Google "Bacon is good for your heart" for more information. :)

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  11. So, is this your quota of organic vegetarian foor for the rest of the month? LOL

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  12. Baby sumo: ya, and there are other factors besides food consumption when it comes to our well-being too. Genetics, stress, and plain simple luck! Heh =)
    Lfb: eh but it seems to be written by one of those dubious doctors who might also tell you that the world will end on sept 28, 2014 :p
    Qwazymonkey: ya, it's probably back to red meat and cocktails for the rest of the week! but it's still psychologically reassuring to have a meal of bittergourd, carrots n cucumbers once in awhile, heh :D

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  13. Bacon bacon bacon be my mantra... especially if the world's gonna end on Sept 28, 2014... better eat it while we can! :D

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  14. lfb: actually that's my mantra for endangered animals. eat them before they go extinct! :P

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  15. Be kinda scary though if the two of us were enough to make bacon go extinct. I mean, there is a bacon animal right? :P

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  16. lfb: you and i would go extinct first if we tried to eat all the hogs in the world! :D

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  17. This looks like my dinner every 4 times a week. LOL

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  18. bangsar-babe: omg! that's quite disciplined! but good for ya! i wish i had more willpower to eat healthier =)

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  19. Not bad... I'm sure once in a while I don't mind having some healthy food. haha

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  20. eiling: maybe i should make it a resolution to do this once a week! :D

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