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Huat Dan Hor. This vegetarian Huat Dan Hor consisted of fu chuk, vegetables, carrots, button mushrooms and oyster mushrooms. The hor fun and bee hoon was topped with these ingredients. The mee hoon was crispy. However, I would say the Huat Dan Hor broth was slightly disappointing as it was not egg and thick enough for my liking. The taste was quite bland too. So-so.
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Huat Dan Hor. This vegetarian Huat Dan Hor consisted of fu chuk, vegetables, carrots, button mushrooms and oyster mushrooms. The hor fun and bee hoon was topped with these ingredients. The mee hoon was crispy. However, I would say the Huat Dan Hor broth was slightly disappointing as it was not egg and thick enough for my liking. The taste was quite bland too. So-so.
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First time trying out Lui cha. Lui cha is a type of chinese cuisine that came with a bowl of soup in green (that tasted like mints leaves smell) and a bowl of rice with peanut, beans and assorted vegetable. It is a really healthy dish but not all the chinese loves it. If you love mint leave smell, you may like it. Not tasteless and with the vegetables, it turns out to be nice in chewing texture. It is available in poh ling temple every Thursday.
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First time trying out Lui cha.
Lui cha is a type of chinese cuisine that came with a bowl of soup in green (that tasted like mints leaves smell) and a bowl of rice with peanut, beans and assorted vegetable. It is a really healthy dish but not all the chinese loves it. If you love mint leave smell, you may like it. Not tasteless and with the vegetables, it turns out to be nice in chewing texture. It is available in poh ling temple every Thursday.
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Vegetarian Lo Mai KaiEver tried this vegetarian Lo Mai Kai or a.k.a. Glutinous Chicken Rice? ^_^ It is one of the latest addition to its recipe of ever growing healthy advocate of healthy lifestyle. From the appearance, it actually doesn’t differ much form the conventional meaty fare. Comes in a nicely bowl-molded shape with chunky mushroom and mock meat, it surely could be easily mistaken as the normal dim sum snack Anyway, this indeed is prepared in the temple caters for vegan folks. And I
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Ever tried this vegetarian Lo Mai Kai or a.k.a. Glutinous Chicken Rice? ^_^ It is one of the latest addition to its recipe of ever growing healthy advocate of healthy lifestyle. From the appearance, it actually doesn’t differ much form the conventional meaty fare. Comes in a nicely bowl-molded shape with chunky mushroom and mock meat, it surely could be easily mistaken as the normal dim sum snack
Anyway, this indeed is prepared in the temple caters for vegan folks. And I must say, taste wise, still doesn’t lose out to its compatriot. Each grain of rice is adequately flavored and quite solid. The accompanied mushroom is chewy and juicy as it has absorbed the gist earlier on when stewed, same goes for the soft soya bean product too
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JackfruitKind of thrilled when I see this fruit is being sold here The thing is, it is not a common choice to be seen here other than the usual an papaya. So without hesitating, I grab a pack on the go before heading back to work The fruits are really, really sweet! I really enjoy it for I can’t recall when is the last time I have this fruit, which usually is prepared by my dad, cleaned and put inside a container to be cooled off awhile in the fridge haha The fruit could be easily sliced off a
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Kind of thrilled when I see this fruit is being sold here
The thing is, it is not a common choice to be seen here other than the usual an papaya. So without hesitating, I grab a pack on the go before heading back to work

The fruits are really, really sweet! I really enjoy it for I can’t recall when is the last time I have this fruit, which usually is prepared by my dad, cleaned and put inside a container to be cooled off awhile in the fridge haha
The fruit could be easily sliced off and not too sticky. It is very pulpy and nice to chew on for the yellowish flesh is actually bit starchy and fibrous. But do be careful not to drop any juice on your attire, else the stain would stay on for quite some time
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Organic Seeds BunLooking for something different from the usual bakery? Why not give this vegetarian bakery a try? There are various types of bakeries availabl daily such as cakes, breads, and others. They are all located on the tables near the counter when you make your payment.As for this Organic Seeds Bun, I decide to pick it up among others for the fresh healthy-looking seeds seen from the bun Apparently the buns are topped off with some organic sunflower seeds that looks greenish, but tas
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Looking for something different from the usual bakery? Why not give this vegetarian bakery a try? There are various types of bakeries availabl daily such as cakes, breads, and others. They are all located on the tables near the counter when you make your payment.

As for this Organic Seeds Bun, I decide to pick it up among others for the fresh healthy-looking seeds seen from the bun
Apparently the buns are topped off with some organic sunflower seeds that looks greenish, but taste wise still alright. You get to munch on the rather soft nut-like texture with a hint peanuts flavor, while the other flavor is hard to explain but it's good, haha. The bun itself is soft and fluffy. Basically, the bun has not much taste but is subtly delish with the seeds. Am fine with that, else, you could spread some butter in between to zest it up
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Stir-Fried Young Tapioca ShootOne of my favourite greens is this tapioca shoot. Not only it is rich in fibres, which means is good at promoting better bowel movement, it tastes better than other vegetables for it has a chewier texture. I enjoy the shoots most for this is the youngest part of the plant and thus, easier to munch on. When stir-fried with just merely fragrantly-fried garlic, and some salt to taste, it is really good to go. It will be tad salivary and oily too, as it need a decent am
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Stir-Fried Young Tapioca Shoot

One of my favourite greens is this tapioca shoot. Not only it is rich in fibres, which means is good at promoting better bowel movement, it tastes better than other vegetables for it has a chewier texture. I enjoy the shoots most for this is the youngest part of the plant and thus, easier to munch on. When stir-fried with just merely fragrantly-fried garlic, and some salt to taste, it is really good to go. It will be tad salivary and oily too, as it need a decent amount of oil to stir fry it, else afraid it will stick to the wok. A simple yet wholesome meal to complete your diet.
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Lei Char RiceThe rice distinctly is a good plate, or rather the much healthier fare of fried rice Reason being is the rice is full of flavours after you mixed it evenly with all the vegetables side dishes. You get to enjoy the healthy munch of chives, long beans, crunchy pickled radish, diced bean curd, mung bean and other leafy greens. All the individual vegetables has been slightly stir-fried and thus, is toothsome. As you mixed it all together, you have a plate of hearty and wholesome vegan
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The rice distinctly is a good plate, or rather the much healthier fare of fried rice
Reason being is the rice is full of flavours after you mixed it evenly with all the vegetables side dishes. You get to enjoy the healthy munch of chives, long beans, crunchy pickled radish, diced bean curd, mung bean and other leafy greens. All the individual vegetables has been slightly stir-fried and thus, is toothsome. As you mixed it all together, you have a plate of hearty and wholesome vegan meal
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Definitely a joyful day for me, for I have found another nice place to get a decent plate of Lei Char Rice Anyway, this greenish fare still pose as a great challenge to many of my peers still, hehe.As for me, has been an avid fan for this recipe ever since I tried it for the first time. The soup of course, is an acquired taste where you get to taste and learn to appreciate the zestfulness of the Ler Char. It’s actually pretty grassy but subtle as the tea herbs have been grounded finely in such
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Definitely a joyful day for me, for I have found another nice place to get a decent plate of Lei Char Rice
Anyway, this greenish fare still pose as a great challenge to many of my peers still, hehe.

As for me, has been an avid fan for this recipe ever since I tried it for the first time. The soup of course, is an acquired taste where you get to taste and learn to appreciate the zestfulness of the Ler Char. It’s actually pretty grassy but subtle as the tea herbs have been grounded finely in such a way that you could just add hot water to the paste to prepare this soup. There is also some dashes of white sesame that has futher added some fragrance into the nutritious soup.
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This popiah is quite nice actually. Although it is meat-free, it still tastes good as ever. Comes with a filling of juicy bean sprouts and carrots, wrapped with a thin layer of popiah skin, it is then fried till crispy and light golden brown. I love it for the juiciness of the vegetables fillings although it has been fried and the popiah skin, trust me, is really crispy thin! Am pretty sure you would enjoy the crunch as well It is usually served alongside the vegetarian dishes at the rice corne
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This popiah is quite nice actually. Although it is meat-free, it still tastes good as ever. Comes with a filling of juicy bean sprouts and carrots, wrapped with a thin layer of popiah skin, it is then fried till crispy and light golden brown. I love it for the juiciness of the vegetables fillings although it has been fried and the popiah skin, trust me, is really crispy thin! Am pretty sure you would enjoy the crunch as well
It is usually served alongside the vegetarian dishes at the rice corner at the temple’s canteen.
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Else, if you are looking for a more simpler fare, this Lo Hon Zai would be a good option too. Basically, this is a compilation of vegetables like brinjal, long bean, cabbage, carrot, tau fu pok and many more, cooked together all in a pot with curry broth. The vegetables is then stewed till soft before served. The crisp cabbage helps to inject some natural sweetness into the pot too. I particularly enjoy the brinjal as it is really soft and easily melt in your mouth the moment you savour it. Afte
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Else, if you are looking for a more simpler fare, this Lo Hon Zai would be a good option too. Basically, this is a compilation of vegetables like brinjal, long bean, cabbage, carrot, tau fu pok and many more, cooked together all in a pot with curry broth. The vegetables is then stewed till soft before served. The crisp cabbage helps to inject some natural sweetness into the pot too. I particularly enjoy the brinjal as it is really soft and easily melt in your mouth the moment you savour it. After all, it is a very good source of fibre too
This vegetarian curry goes well with a plate of white rice that suits the tastebud of those non-vegan too
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Another equally good vegetarian dishes from this temple would be this vegetarian fish, cooked in sweet and sour sauce. I always love this vegetarian variety for it is zesty and tastes great too, albeit not the real fish meat. It is made mainly from soya bean source where you would see a compact form of fu chok, wrapped nicely with seaweed.Usually this mock fish is pan-fried, as the bean source is already cooked by the way, then is doused with the sweet and sour source before it is dished out. A
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Another equally good vegetarian dishes from this temple would be this vegetarian fish, cooked in sweet and sour sauce. I always love this vegetarian variety for it is zesty and tastes great too, albeit not the real fish meat. It is made mainly from soya bean source where you would see a compact form of fu chok, wrapped nicely with seaweed.

Usually this mock fish is pan-fried, as the bean source is already cooked by the way, then is doused with the sweet and sour source before it is dished out. And the vegetarian fish has done a good job too by absorbing the savory taste of the sauce
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This is a familiar dish I have back at hometown. Mom would usually cook this especially during the 1st or the 15th of the lunar month, so we would usually go on vegetarian diet on those days.It is quite a healthy and wholesome dish. Cooked or braised with decent layers of fu chok along with other greens like cabbages, it helps to absorb the gravy of the broth and thus quite delectable. It is lighter and not of strong flavor side. You would also enjoy some chewy black fungus as well, which is kno
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This is a familiar dish I have back at hometown. Mom would usually cook this especially during the 1st or the 15th of the lunar month, so we would usually go on vegetarian diet on those days.

It is quite a healthy and wholesome dish. Cooked or braised with decent layers of fu chok along with other greens like cabbages, it helps to absorb the gravy of the broth and thus quite delectable. It is lighter and not of strong flavor side. You would also enjoy some chewy black fungus as well, which is known to be nutritious. For this plainer dish, they use the ginger sauce to flavor up the dish naturally with minimu, if not, none MSG needed. Indeed a fruitful vegan dish
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“Mui Choy”. Since I reached the temple quite late during lunch hour, there was not much food variety left. All my favourite vegetarian dishes were gone, so I took this “muichoy”. Once I took the first bite, it was extremely salty. The texture was fine, not too soft and not too hard. It was the saltiness that turned me off. In order not to waste food, I forcefully swallowed the mui choy.
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“Mui Choy”. Since I reached the temple quite late during lunch hour, there was not much food variety left. All my favourite vegetarian dishes were gone, so I took this “muichoy”. Once I took the first bite, it was extremely salty. The texture was fine, not too soft and not too hard. It was the saltiness that turned me off. In order not to waste food, I forcefully swallowed the mui choy.
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Stuffed Bittergout. At the deep fried tray there, I took this stuffed bittergout to try out. The bittergout was a thick one and indeed it was quite bitter. The stuffing was made with some vegetarian stuffs which I could not determine what was it. Overall the stuffing was quite bland and the only taste I tasted was the bitterness from the bittergout.
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Stuffed Bittergout. At the deep fried tray there, I took this stuffed bittergout to try out. The bittergout was a thick one and indeed it was quite bitter. The stuffing was made with some vegetarian stuffs which I could not determine what was it. Overall the stuffing was quite bland and the only taste I tasted was the bitterness from the bittergout.
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Vegetarian wan tan mee anyone?Yes, you can have wan tan mee without meat.First tried on this vege wan tan mee, I love it!Though the gravy is not like those with meat sesame taste, but this is considered good for me.Noodles are so chewy and nice. Price is reasonable. With barley and papaya, the whole set is less than RM6! *scream for awesomenessJust that the temple will be so crowded during lunch time but people are so considerate here that they will give us the seats once they finish their foo
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Vegetarian wan tan mee anyone?
Yes, you can have wan tan mee without meat.

First tried on this vege wan tan mee, I love it!
Though the gravy is not like those with meat sesame taste, but this is considered good for me.
Noodles are so chewy and nice. Price is reasonable.

With barley and papaya, the whole set is less than RM6!
*scream for awesomeness
Just that the temple will be so crowded during lunch time but people are so considerate here that they will give us the seats once they finish their food.


I will go there again for lunch!
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