Recipe Directions

1. Mix and eat. You could let it marinate and soften the veggies a bit if you like for half an hour at room temperature.

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By emilyjayne

This is based on/inspired by Roshi's Kung Wow Veggies.

I am always in the mood for Chinese and ethnic flavors. It reminds me of lo mein I used to get at a Chinese place in Boston.

This took about 5 minutes or less and it's so yummy.

Thanks Roshi! And thanks me!

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Beautiful picture!!! This looks delish!

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A mandoline (French [mɑ̃do'lin]; English [mæn doʊ 'lɪn]) is a kitchen utensil used for slicing and cutting juliennes; with proper attachments, it can make crinkle-cuts. It consists of two parallel working surfaces, one of which can be adjusted in height. A food item is slid along the adjustable surface until it reaches a blade mounted on the fixed surface, slicing it and letting it fall.

For a pic: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mandoline

I have a cheap $20 one which works just great. You can get expensive ones in upwards of $300! Crazy.

You could just julienne them all by hand if you like. The teeny-tiny of the zuchinni makes the noodley texture though.

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I just got a spiralizer this week and this was my try-it-out recipe. Both worked out lovely.

I didn't have the plum vinegar so used ACV instead; I imagine the plum gives it more of a fragrant flavour but the Apple was okay. Didn't have the peas but red pepper strips added some colour contrast in their stead.

Very useful recipe, thanks emilyjayne! I look forward to trying this out with other veggies and flavours, too.

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I just got a spiralizer this week and this was my try-it-out recipe. Both worked out lovely.

I didn't have the plum vinegar so used ACV instead; I imagine the plum gives it more of a fragrant flavour but the Apple was okay. Didn't have the peas but red pepper strips added some colour contrast in their stead.

Very useful recipe, thanks emilyjayne! I look forward to trying this out with other veggies and flavours, too.

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I have a spiralizer and didn't even think to use it! That would be awesome too guys!

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I use one of these Julienne Peelers instead of a spiralizer, and I love it! It's way cheaper, and it works for wraps, salads, and lots of other things instead of just spiralizing (although I must admit that if I had the budget for it, I would have both ^_^).

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Or you can get a spiralizer... I love mine! I have the Regular Spiralizer, not the Angel Hair one. Matt Monarch sometimes has them on sale - i got mine for $22 about 8 months ago.

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A mandoline (French [mɑ̃do'lin]; English [mæn doʊ 'lɪn]) is a kitchen utensil used for slicing and cutting juliennes; with proper attachments, it can make crinkle-cuts. It consists of two parallel working surfaces, one of which can be adjusted in height. A food item is slid along the adjustable surface until it reaches a blade mounted on the fixed surface, slicing it and letting it fall.

For a pic: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mandoline

I have a cheap $20 one which works just great. You can get expensive ones in upwards of $300! Crazy.

You could just julienne them all by hand if you like. The teeny-tiny of the zuchinni makes the noodley texture though.

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I am new to raw cooking. What is mandoline?

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emilyjayne's Review

Vegetable Lo Mein/ Kung Wow Veggies
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I made another batch today because it was so good!

Let me know what you think!

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Going to try this tomorrow!! Looks fabulous!

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Beautiful picture!!! This looks delish!

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