Dr Dean Ornish on the worlds Killer Diet
Stop wringing your hands over AIDS, cancer and the avian flu. Cardiovascular disease kills more people than everything else combined — and it’s mostly preventable. Dr. Dean Ornish explains how changing our eating habits will save lives.
Dean Ornish is a clinical professor at UCSF and founder of the Preventive Medicine Research Institute. He’s a leading expert on fighting illness — particularly heart disease with dietary and lifestyle changes.
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Make these sexy canapes for your next party based on the asian diet and Savvy up your life
Rice paper rolls with enoki mushrooms, vegetables, sweet soy and coriander
- 1 pkt square rice paper (Asian grocer)
- 1 punnet enoki mushrooms
- 1 red capsicum
- 1 carrot
- 1 daikon radish
- 1 bunch of coriander
- 1 bottle ketchup manis (Indonesian sweet soy)
- 1 bunch coriander roots
- 1 nob of ginger
- 1 clove garlic
Peel daikon radish and carrots and cut lengthwise approx .5cm thick and then slice .5 cm wide and 7.5cm long, do the same with the red capsicum
Cut the bottoms from the enoki mushrooms
Pick the leaves from the coriander and refresh in iced water
Fill a large bowl with hot water and soak the rice paper 1 at a time, cut in half triangle shapes
and allow to sit for a few seconds, 3 or 4 at a time
Place all ingredients length wise in the middle, 1/3 in and 2/3rds sticking out above the rice paper, fold in half and roll.
Place them on a wet tea towel and cover with a wet tea towel immediately to ensure they don’t dry out, they will keep nicely for up to 24 hours if tightly covered with glad wrap.
Peel coriander roots, garlic and ginger, chop finely and mix with ketchup manis
Arrange and serve