Thursday, October 14, 2010

Veg Plate and Congee at Yetihua

Many places offer trays of precooked vegetables, tofu, or meats that you can choose to eat as a snack or as part of your meal. These dishes are pretty popular in the warmer weather, though they sit at ambient temperature for long periods and therefore don't score very high on the food safety index. It's best to eat this kind of food at busy restaurants, or places with open kitchens where you can observe decent hygiene habits.Yetihua has some of the freshest looking and tasting offerings, they are very reasonably priced, and they let you mix up to three vegetables per plate. Here are shredded zucchini, spicy potatoes, and some lettuce heart and wood ear mushroom with a side of green bean congee.


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