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Food Shui Tripping

NO NON-SENSE FENG SHUI - Feng Shui Master Aldric Dalumpines - The Freeman

The Christmas season is also the season of food. Feasts come aplenty. It's hard to resist to the temptation to splurge. There's one challenge now - to eat lucky!

Here are eight lucky eats to pamper and harness your luck with sustainable growth - and all inclusive at that.

It's best to eat and harness luck according to the seasons: winter, spring, summer and fall,

depending on what country or geographic zone you are in.

For Springtime:

Two food trips are highly recommended for this season - pork dumplings and steamed fish dishes.

Do not despair of the complicated culinary English recipe. It is just pork siomai available in many kiosk stands nowadays as a snack food! And of course steamed fish is popular. These dishes help counter the cold spring winds that can affect health.

For Summer:

Also two recipes are good for hot summers - congee and any spinach dish.

'Lugaw' or congee is easily available. It's the local porridge actually. And 'lugaw' and spinach both cool down the body heat to sustain ease and not dis-ease the flow of chi in the body!


For Autumn or Fall:

Again two popular food items are lucky to eat in the fall season: French toast and pork potato meals. No worry, pork potato is just the popular 'menudo' in the local carinderia.

For Winter:

The two best foods for luck in winter are hot and sour soup as well as salty porridge! But on top of these, anytime, anywhere, other lucky foods to partake if you seriously want to be consistently rich are:

• Long life noodles of any preparation (uncut noodles)

• Whole chicken (fried, steamed or soy) including beak and feet

• Peking duck in any way prepared

For the dreamers who think the sky is the limit or even sky is the Langit or heaven. Secret ultimate lucky foods are seafood dishes in the following order:

• Mussels for excellent prosperity. Followed by oysters and clam soup - in any preparation, baked or raw

So instead of just saying "Let's eat," say instead "Let's eight!" for doubling of prosperity.

These eight dishes and more across the seasons can attract and sustain your good luck and fortunes all year round. Plus the bonus of a happy love life. Why? It is said that the best way to a person's heart is through the stomach.

Di cha beh? (Have you eaten?)

What are you waiting for? Start your food tripping now... for luck, happiness and double prosperity!

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