Edited and translated by Gao Yinan, People's Daily Online
Have no idea what to eat for your breakfast? Don’t worry. I’m going to share my recipes of lovely morning munchies with you. Like many Chinese, I begin my day with a bowl of hot congee (also called jook), which basically is sort of watery rice gruel that bears a marked resemblance to porridge.
In the perspective of Chinese people, congee is not only great baby food, recuperating food and anti-diarrhea food, but also top nourishing food in autumn regimens.