International Foods Project
Jeremiah Lopez 2B
Rice is the most common food in China because it is served as a side for about every meal.
Poured into soups and stir-fries to add flavor and served with Rice.
Noodles are commonly used for soups and foods like Chow Mein.
Chinese Rice Wine
Adds flavor and remove fowl orders such as fish.
Made with chilies, salt, garlic, ginger and oil. Chili paste adds heat to stir-fries, sauces, and marinades.
Shark's Fin has been an exotic food in china since 960 AD. It is commonly served in soups.The fin contains high calcium and iron with some protein.
The birds nest can be used when making soup. Said to be eaten because of its high protein and it contains iron, calcium, and riboflavin.
Jelly fish can be used to make a soup. Contains fat-free protein, has Vitamin A and B, and may also lower blood pressure.