以下是從麥可．波倫（Michael Pollan） 的《飲食規則：83條日常實踐的簡單飲食方針》（Food Rules: An Eater’s Manual） 節錄的一些有趣又實用的規則, 我們每次品嘗大地之母的所有禮物前, 或許我們可以跟我們的身體商量一下.
若在不同語言裹, 它的名字都是一樣的話, 那就不是食物了. (試想想 Big Mac, Cheetos, Pringles)
「吃用一腳站立的東西( 菇類和植物)比吃兩腳站的(家禽類)好, 而吃兩腳站的又比四腳站立的(牛豬或其他哺乳類)好.」
吃得像個法國人, 或日本人, 或意大利人, 或希臘人.
慢吃. 如印度諺語 喝你的食物, 咀嚼你的飲料.
若有足夠空間, 種植一個蔬果花園; 若不, 種植一個窗台盒子.
這只是一些有關吃的建議, 最重要的還是以「愛」去享受. 如<<死過一次才學會愛>> (
Dying to be me)的作者艾妮塔．穆札尼 (Anita Moorjani) 所說:
「我曾經對我所吃的都十分考究, 但卻不是由於對自己的愛和自身的關懐; 而是擔憂和恐懼這些食物會為我帶來什麽影響……現在我認知到我對食物的情緒遠比食物本身對我的影響……
For English version, please visit
Gratitude to Gaia.
環保, environment, 身心靈, healthy, Philosophy, 健康飲食 Tagged
Anna Moorjani, 環保, 西貢法國私房菜, 身心靈, Michael Pollan, sai kung french vegetarian and non-vegetarian restaurant, 健康飲食, 死過一次才學會愛
These are some practical and interesting ideas for us, the eaters to think about or to follow when every time we want to savor the gift from the nature.
Some quotes from “
Food Rules: An Eater’s Manual“, written by Michael Pollan
Don’t eat anything your great-grandmother wouldn’t recognize as food.
Avoid food products containing ingredients that a third-grader cannot pronounce.
Eat mostly plants, especially leaves.
It’s not food if it’s called by the same name in every language. (Think Big Mac, Cheetos, or Pringles.)
“Eating what stands on one leg [mushrooms and plant foods] is better than eating what stands on two legs [fowl], which is better than eating what stands on four legs [cows, pigs, and other mammals].”
Eat animals that have themselves eaten well.
Eat wild foods when you can.
Eat all the junk food you want as long as you cook it yourself.
Eat more like the French. Or the Japanese. Or the Italians. Or the Greeks.
Eat slowly. Indian proverb that gets at this idea: “Drink your food, chew your drink.”
Do all your eating at a table. No, a desk is not a table.
Plant a vegetable garden if you have the space, a window box if you don’t.
Break the rules once in a while.
These are merely some suggestions about how to eat, above all, the most important rule is “with love”. Just as Anita Moorjani, the writer of “
Dying To Be Me” say.
I also used to be very particular about everything I ate, not because of a love for myself or a caring for my body. It was because of fear of what these foods would do to me… I now realize that it’s the emotions I feel about the food that has more effect on me than the food itself…
Even if I eat a piece of chocolate or dessert, I eat it because I want to enjoy the sensation of eating it, and enjoy every bite.
不時不吃 Nourishing ourselves with the seasons
Life flows with ease. The earth offers us different seasons with different texture, various flavors, smells and colours of natural resources to nurture us. If we choose what we eat according to what the nature provides us, both of us (man and the Cosmo) will be more nourishing.
Below is a glimpse at the relationships between four seasons (how the nature goes through its tides), five elements, the interactions between different internal organs and systems, according to traditional Chinese medicine and
The Emperor’s Inner Canon (黃帝內經).
sai kung french Gaia private kitchen healthy eating with the seasons
Gratitude to Gaia, for offering us with all these magical food we had in different seasons in our Gaia Private Kitchen (西貢法式私房菜)’s private kitchen .
From summer: aubergine & mozzarella napoleon with tomatoes, pine seeds and basil.
banana freshly picked from sai kung village
broccoli cake with bell pepper sauce
vegetarian: french fruit salad with mint jelly
Watercress soup and scallop 法式扇貝西洋菜湯
Blog, Cuisine, DIY, healthy, Philosophy Tagged
Earth, eating with the seasons, environment, 西貢法式私房, 黃帝內經, five elements and food, nature, Philosophy, sai kung french private kitchen, sai kung french vegetarian and non-vegetarian restaurant, The Yellow Emperor's Inner Cano, 不時不吃, 五行和食品