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You will need a “hot-pot” (gas or electric powered skillet) for the full experience.


  1. 1 large white radish
  2. 1 package Chinese Big White Vegetable (Bok Choy)
  3. 8 oz. Fried Tofu (puffed)
  4. 1 lb. vegetarian fish balls
  5. 1 lb carrots
  6. 1 package Chinese Green Vegetables (or your choice)
  7. 1 package frozen taros
  8. 1 lb Rice Noodle
  9. Unprocessed Sesame Oil (dark color)
  10. Tamari
  11. Vegetarian Barbecue Sauce
  12. Sea salt


Yield: 4 – 6 servings


  1. Rinse Chinese Bok Choy Vegetables under running water and then soak in water with 1 TBS of sea salt for 10 minutes.  Then rinse it thoroughly again under the running water.  Cut into big pieces.
  2. Repeat same procedure as # 1 with Chinese Green Vegetables.
  3. Soak dry rice noodle in boiled water until it becomes soft.  (approximately 15 minutes)
  4. While soaking the vegetables and rice noodle, peel white radish.  Rinse it, and then cut into approximately 2-inch long, 1-inch wide, and 1/2-inch thick pieces.
  5. Put white radish, fried tofu, ½ gallon of purified water and a dash of sea salt in a hot pot (skillet).  Use high heat to bring contents to a boil.
  6. While waiting for # 5 to boil, peel carrots.  Rinse them, and then cut into approximately 1-inch long segments.
  7. When # 5 has boiled, put in Chinese Bok Choy Vegetables.
  8. When # 7 has boiled, put in the rest of ingredients: carrots, taros, vegetarian fish balls, Chinese Green Vegetables, and rice noodles.
  9. In individual bowls, put 1 TBS of Tamari, 1 tsp of Vegetarian Barbecue Sauce, and a few drops of sesame oil.
  10. When # 8. has boiled, dish the contents into individual bowls and enjoy!
  11. Add more water, and more ingredients from #8 periodically when more supplies are needed in the hot pot.


This is a low-calorie, fresh, nutritious, and delicious meal usually served on Chinese New Year’s Eve or a cold winter evening.  This is an example of yeast-free nutritious meal.   For meat eaters, you may add meat slices of your choice.  You can get the all the ingredients at a Chinese or Asian grocery store.

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Q.        Can Low Carbohydrate High Fat (LCHF) diet help control yeast overgrowth?

A.        Low Carbohydrate High Fat diet was popular at one time for weight loss.  However, there were some reports of ketosis.  Ketosis is caused by a lack of carbohydrates and can lead to liver and kidney damage.  Half of a 1,800 calorie diet comes from red meats and cheeses.  Our yeast free nutritional program contains no sugar, no dairy, no wheat, no yeasts, no caffeine, no alcohol, no nicotine, nor chemicals.  My clients call it “Dr. J’s Eight commandments.”  Cheese (dairy) is a no-no item on my list.  I also warn people about red meats because they can carry very tough parasites such as tape worms.

To maintain a healthy balance, our body needs complex carbohydrates, high quality protein, and good fat.  If you follow the guidelines in my yeast-free cookbook, Healthy and Tasty: Dr. J’s Anti-Yeast Cooking, you will have a proper balance of nutrients and lose excess weight.  Most of the recipes are vegetarian.  If you prefer animal protein, I recommend a moderate amount of well-cooked chicken or fish.

Our yeast-free nutritional program contains no refined sugar (simple carbohydrates).  It contains a moderate amount of complex carbohydrates needed to fuel to your body.  A typical day’s menu contains approximately 1,400 calories.  You will lose weight, starve yeasts and parasites, and nourish your body at the same time.

Both hard copies and e-books of my yeast-free cookbooks are available.  Visit our website at www.drjsbest.com to order online.  For those who reside outside the U.S., some ingredients in my cookbook may not be available in your part of the world.  You can create your own recipes based on the cooking principles I suggest in the cookbook.  You are also welcome to post questions on my facebook fan page.


For consultation on yeast-free nutrition, herbal detox, hormonal imbalance, weight control, stress management, and spiritual counseling, please call us at (800) 715-3053, or (818) 472-2213, or send an e-mail to drj@drjsbest.com.  Consultation sessions over Skype or the telephone are available.  For more information, visit our website: www.drjsbest.com.

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