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In Praise of Leftovers

(Read caption) A quick stir fry of cabbage, kale, jalapeno peppers, Brussels sprouts, and a handful of brown rice.

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My wok will be 2 years old in April. I am pathetically keeping track, since 2 years is supposed to be the time when an often-used wok is finally seasoned perfectly. Sometimes I get it out, set it on the cook top, and just look at it. It's getting so wonderfully burnished and banged up. And, more importantly, absolutely nothing is sticking to its surface. 

I talked here about wok love and about Grace Young's book, "The Breath of a Wok." What I'd add this time around is the following:

And, wok cooking is a fabulous way to eat more vegetables in one sitting than you ever thought possible. The stir fry here is 80 percent cabbage, kale and Brussels sprouts, with just a handful of cold brown rice thrown in at the end. That description sounds depressing, but it was delicious. And made my fiber and Vitamin A off-the-charts that day.

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