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> Missouri (which is where I live) is a long way from New York but I can > already smell the aroma of chinese food! > > Thanks, > Jennifer King Hi Jennifer, The key to eating out in a chinese restaurant is making sure they Eliminate all cornstarch, soy and sugar. This restaurant I eat at uses fresh made stock for the food preparation either fish, beef, chicken stock. This is important to know but restaurants won’t always reveal. Commercially pre-made powdered stock mixes is industry standerd at most less expensive resturants. They all contain soy protein or cornstarch. Btw, I know this stuff cause my husband was in the restaurant business. In my neighborhood they have these dishes already on the menu under “special diet” . It’s basically wok stir fried food with sesame oil. I eat sautÈed Chinese eggplant with garlic, Shrimp or beef with broccoli, Lemon or orange flavored chicken. The orange and lemon is dried peels sautÈed with hot Chinese peppers and sesame oil. I also eat steamed Chi