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Rice noodles, broth, baby bok choy, and slices of faux beef… it’s like all the good food groups in one bowl. This makes about 4 servings.

7 cups water
1-1.5 tsps better than bouillon (to taste)
8 oz. rice noodles (1/2 of a package)
4-5 shitake mushrooms, rinsed
~2 cups dry veggie beef slices (see beef stew recipe)
12 baby bok choy
2 green onions, chopped
2 dashes white pepper
2 dashes star anise

You can also use frozen beef strips (like Morningstar Farms) or seitan slices, just add them at the end and decrease the water and bouillon amounts.

Start the water boiling and add the bouillon, spices, mushrooms, and green onion. Once it is boiling, add the noodles. About four minutes after adding the noodles, turn the heat off and add the beef slices. Let that rest another 4 minutes. Once the nooodles are done, add the baby bok choy and serve immediately. If you don’t eat this in one sitting, take the noodles out of the broth or else they will oversoak and turn to mush.


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