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  1. Your pictures blow my mind away. That slaw is a party on a plate. That dressing, I’m gonna try very soon. Hope you had a good weekend my dear. xoxo

    • Pang

      Thank you so SO much, Ash. Always wonderful to see you ‘here.’
      xoxo


  2. It’s kind of you to share the information on the cancer vaccine with us. And of course your beautiful recipe.

    • Pang

      Thank you..Thank you..Thank you, lovely Hilda 🙂


  3. How interesting!! Thanks for sharing about the vaccine. This looks like something I could eat everyday as well. That spicy dressing sounds absolutely delicious!

    • Pang

      Thank you SO MUCH for stopping by, Tessa. So happy you like the post. 🙂


  4. Those colours Pang! So gorgeous!I love the thought behind your posts..you are an awesome person as much as a great photographer and recipe creator. I could use that spicy dressing on anything and everything.

    • Pang

      You are SO SWEET, Sonali. Thank you so SO much for your kind words; I am so overwhelmingly happy reading your comment.
      XOXO


  5. Thank you for passing along the information regarding the cancer vaccine. Good information… and ahhh, diet. It all comes back to diet, but also, stress and the variety of environmental factors (persistent chemicals).

    Your recipe… that dressing! My mouth is watering early this morning. I love a good, spicy slaw and this one is just what I need. I”ve been wanting to sprout bean sprouts, too, so I think I’ll get that going for this! Thank you for your continued inspiration and sharing with us. I always enjoy reading your posts, Pang. Have a beautiful week!

    • Pang

      You are right, it always comes down to diet. I like his approach so much better than modern medicine; use own good cells to fight back own bad cells. 🙂

      Thank you SO SO MUCH for stopping by & for your sweet comment, Traci. So glad you are ‘here’ reading my ‘unknown’ blog 🙂
      Have a wonderful weekend & Mother’s day 🙂
      xoxo


  6. This is a delicious and pretty looking salad, and nourishing too. That documentary sounds interesting, I’d love to check it out, great advice too!

    • Pang

      Thank you so so much, lovely Elsa. So glad you like the post 🙂 Unfortunately, the documentary is in Thai, that is why I summerize it for you here.


  7. THIS. IS. GORGEOUS. And the flavors sound divine…

    I too have been doing my own Cancer diet types of research for a family member… have you also looked at Alkaline diet? I literally just posted about it today. But yes, along the lines of what you’re saying with raw and plant-based for sure. Cabbage is definitely alkaline 🙂 I’m pinning this one!

    • Pang

      Yes, I just visited your blog, and the post about alkaline was so helpful. Love it.
      Thank you so much for stopping by, Alison 🙂


  8. Loving your photography and styling of this slaw Pang – you really have captured the vibrancy, healthiness and deliciousness of all the produce! Craving this salad to devour now!

    • Pang

      Thank you so much for your kind words, Thalia. So happy you like my photographs & styling. Yay!!!! 🙂

  9. Thu

    The picture makes me want to try it.. Could you tell me what is the little green leaves that you did not mention in the recipe?

    • Pang

      Thank you so much for stopping by, Thu. That was microgreen, which I used for decoration purpose only. It doesn’t need to be included in the recipe if you can’t find it. 🙂

    • Pang

      Thank you SO MUCH for your kind words 🙂 So glad you like it.

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