Every food has its dependencies, compatibility, and mutual exclusion. Eating scientifically, nutritiously and healthily will yield twice the result with half the effort; eating blindly and ignorantly will be counterproductive.
In a healthy diet, a variety of foods are required, and it is even more necessary to strictly implement a reasonable mix, giving full play to the nutritional value and physiological value of the food, and to prevent mutual resistance and consumption between them, and damaging their own nutrients. It can also prevent the occurrence of allergies, poisoning, and even death that are harmful to health, and achieve the purpose of healthy eating.
01 Best pairings of foods
In cooking, some foods go well with certain foods, but give bad results when cooked with other foods. This is especially true with Chinese cooking, where it is customary to mix a meat and a vegetable and cook them together, such as in orange-chicken or egg-foo-young.
Here we attempt to give a list of foods with the best pairings and non-complementary foods.
It is best to pair beef with Tangerine peel, Daikon radish, Celery, Lettuce, Potato, or Egg.
Beef does not go well with Chestnut, Brown sugar, or olive.
It does not go well with Catfish, Eel, or Foods full of vitamin-C
It is best to pair mutton with Cilantro, Goji berry, Radish, Ginger, Cistanche, or Aconite.
It does not go well with Soymilk, Vinegar, Buckwheat, Bamboo shoot, Pinellia, or Cheese.
It does not go well with Red bean, or Bamboo shoot.
It is best to pair pork with Pumpkin, Lotus root, Daikon radish, Bamboo shoot, Mushroom, Onion, Tapioca, or Cordyceps
It does not go well with Beans, Chrysanthemum, River snail, Oyster, Lily bulb, Tea, or Goat liver.
It is best to pair pork liver with Spinach, Onion, or Bitter gourd.
It does not go well with Tomato, Chili pepper, Cauliflower, Bean sprouts, or Vitamin C.
It is best to pair pork blood with leek.
It does not go well with sheng-di-huang, or rehmannia glutinosa.
It does not go well with Carp, Garlic, Ginger, or Cinnabar.
It does not go well with Catfish.
It does not go well with Fish or Shrimp.
It is best to pair rabbit meat with Green onion or Goji Berry.
It does not go well with Tangerine, Mustard, Duck egg, Bok-choy, Celery, or Ginger.
It does not go well with Ya pear, Egg, or Persimmon.
It is best to pair duck meat with Pickled veg, Yam, or walnuts.
It does not go well with Soft-shell turtle or Black berries
It does not go well with Cantaloupe, Fungus, Beef, Broad bean, Noodle, Corn, or Ice.
It is best to pair chicken with Enoki mushroom, Winter gourd, Bamboo shoot, Red date, Ginkgo seed, Onion, Lotus seed, or bean sprouts.
It does not go well with Carp, Mustard, Green onion, Chrysanthemum, Glutinous rice, Dog kidneys, or Sesame.
It is best to pair eggs with Spinach, Leek, Lily bulb, Mutton, or Seafood.
It does not go well with Soymilk, Sweet potato, or Anti-inflammatory tablets
It does not go well with Pickled veg, Small red bean, Pork liver, Pumpkin, or Licorice.
It is best to pair eel with Lotus root, or Green pepper.
It does not go well with Dog meat, or Ginkgo.
It does not go well with Pumpkin, Pork, Winter gourd, or Honey.
It does not go well with Beef liver, or vinegar.
It does not go well with Buckwheat.
It is best to pair shrimp with Bean shoots, Bok-choy, or Rape.
It does not go well with foods full of Vitamin-C.
It does not go well with Red date and Soybean.
It does not go well with Pear, Eggplant, Peanut, Catfish, Pomegranate, Cantaloupe, Sweet potato, Pumpkin, or Celery.
More on the list.
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