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Dr. Wonson’s Kitchen: Spring Vegetable Stew

Mar 23, 2022

In grocery store produce sections and farmers’ markets around the Bay Area, signs of spring are all around. It’s time to make good use of the fresh, vibrant new vegetables and fruits available to us. This Spring Vegetable Stew showcases white asparagus, cranberry beans, scallions and fresh herbs. Ingredients 1/4 pound thin white asparagus, cut into 1-inch […] Read More »

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Dr. Wonson’s Kitchen: Golden Soup

Dec 20, 2021

This wonderful, easy-to-make soup is cozy, bright, and healing with power-foods like turmeric, cauliflower, and cashews. Tumeric is a potent anti-inflammatory and antioxidant, with several proven health benefits – improve joint inflammation/arthritis, redcue depression, support heart health, and protect against cancer and Alzheimer’s. Cauliflower is naturally high in fiber and B-vitamins. It also provides antioxidants and […] Read More »

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Dr. Wonson’s Kitchen: Roasted Pumpkin Hummus

Nov 21, 2021

Pumpkin one of my favorite seasonal squashes because it is rich in the vitamins and minerals that support our immune system and have calming effects on our nervous system (beta carotene, vitamins C/E/B6, phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, manganese, iron, zinc, copper.) Eating pumpkin during the holidays is a tasty way to stay healthy and less stressed. […] Read More »

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Dr. Wonson’s Kitchen: Asian Quinoa Salad

Jul 7, 2021

Summertime is here and it is the best time of year to enjoy salads. Here is a salad that is fresh, light, and perfect for a simple lunch or dinner. It can be made in advance, which makes it a great meal prep salad. Just don’t dress the salad until you are ready to eat. […] Read More »

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Dr. Wonson’s Kitchen: Vegetarian Walnut Meatballs

Feb 24, 2021

For thousands of years, Chinese medicine has viewed walnuts as a brain food. One of the oldest principals of Chinese herbal medicine says that eating foods that resemble parts of the body can actually benefit that body part. The surface of the walnut resembles the crinkled brain surface, so this is why it is believed […] Read More »

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Dr. Wonson’s Kitchen: Kale and Roasted Cauliflower Salad

Dec 20, 2020

It’s the holiday season and it is very challenging to keep our diets healthy.  Roasted cauliflower and fresh kale come together in this salad recipe designed to keep your heart healthy and your belly full. Serves 4. Enjoy! Ingredients Cauliflower Topping 1 lb. cauliflower florets 2 tbsp. extra virgin olive oil Salad 1/4 c. lemon juice 3 tbsp. extra […] Read More »

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Dr. Wonson’s Kitchen: Watermelon Rind Salad

Sep 3, 2020

Cool down and give your kidneys the support they need this summer. Eat watermelon! It is high in antioxidant lycopene and amino acid citrulline. Both are excellent for cardiovascular health and lower blood pressure. Watermelon is a natural diuretic, helping to increase the flow of urine, but does not strain the kidneys (unlike alcohol and […] Read More »

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Dr. Wonson’s Kitchen: Kidney Beans

Feb 21, 2020

Most of what we eat and drink nowadays comes ready to sit on a shelf or hang out in your refrigerator for several months, if not years. I can’t argue that this isn’t convenient in many ways, but it’s definitely not how our bodies evolved to eat and drink. Food (the natural, untouched stuff that […] Read More »

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Dr. Wonson’s Kitchen: Spiced Nuts

Dec 20, 2019

Still looking for a last-minute gift to give the special people in your life? Cynthia, our friend and patient, was kind enough to bring us some delicious spiced nuts as a holiday present, and needless to say- they are long gone! Instead of packing in tons of sugar, Cynthia’s treat incorporates herbs and spices, leading […] Read More »

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