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We'd like your help. The ChineseFoodDIY.com ( http://www.chinesefooddiy.com ) web site has just been redesigned. We have just updated it to include some new Chinese recipes and cooking tips. I think that I'm "too involved" in the design to evaluate it objectively. If some of you would look it over and give some solid input, it would be most appreciated. My questions are:

1. When you first arrived, was the subject clear?
2. What didn't you understand? What other info do you need?
3. Was it user-friendly? Could you navigate around the site easily?
4. Any recommendations on improving it to grab your attention even more?
5. How I can attract more newsletter subscribers?
6. How can I make more people buy my product at:
http://www.chinesefooddiy.com/cookbook2.htm ? My site has very good Google ranking under many keywords and it has a lot of traffic but only a few people order my cookbook every day. Do you have any idea how I can generate more sales?

Thank you in advane for your help.


Sincerely,
Nicholas Zhou

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Hmmmm,
i saw the link to download a pdf cookbook and clicked it.
then i filled in the small for with my email address and clicked ok - expecting my download to begin.
i didn’t much appreciate then being taken to a page which had all this junk on it:


 
Ok, here we go...
From: Nicholas Zhou
2004/08/27
 

Chef Nicholas Zhou

Dear Friend,

I'm Nicholas Zhou. I love Chinese food since I was born.

I began to learn cooking Chinese food from my mom when I was 9. I was able to know the difference between ginger and garlic and how to use a pancake turner.

When I was 12, I began to help my aunt in the kitchen (this was how I paid for my school clothes and supplies).  My aunt was a very famous chef in town. Actually she was like the local chief chef and was invited to cook for all the major events, feasts and wedding parties held in town. She taught me everything about cooking - selecting ingredients, balancing nutrition, 6 key techniques in Chinese cooking, 8 Chinese cooking styles and even table etiquette.

I still remember one day when I was 15.

"Hui (my nick name), I don't have anything to teach you any more." My aunt said after a graduation feast. I guess that's when I graduated from Chinese cooking school.

In the past 10 years, I never stopped learning cooking. I always bring my favorite Joyce Chen wok with me whenever I move to.

But I never thought of coming up with a cookbook until February 3rd, 1997 - my aunt passed away because of hepatitis. I didn't have a chance to say goodbye to her face to face because I was going to college far away from hometown. I was thinking of doing something for her. Nothing is better than writing a cookbook.

After one and a half years of work, I came up with the Chinese version cookbook in 1998 and got it published with a local publisher. About 56,000 copies have been sold since then.

In 2000, my friend suggested me to translate my cookbook into English and bring it to all people around the world who love Chinese food. In order to let this book be suitable for most people, I visited all the major Chinese restaurants here in Ohio and studied hundreds of restaurant menus. I talked to scores of doctors about healthy eating and nutrition. I subscribed to several major health publications and read health news regularly. After two years of research, I came up with my English version e-cookbook "Real and Healthy Chinese Cooking".

So this is NOT an ordinary cookbook. It is a cookbook packed with:

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A master chef's 45 years of cooking experience
 
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20 years of my Chinese cooking practice
 
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Almost 4 years of cooking, writing and research
 
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And of course, my love for my aunt for my whole life


You will be delighted to find this cookbook.


Eat a Healthy and Balanced Diet

Some people don't really understand how important eating healthy food is to us. Let's look at some statement:

1. Over a billion people worldwide are now overweight and 300 million are clinically obese. People who are overweight have a higher risk of developing serious health problems in later life, including heart disease, diabetes, stroke, type 2 diabetes,
bowel cancer, and high blood pressure. Most people put on excess weight because their lifestyles include an unhealthy diet and a lack of physical activity.

2. According to Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention, post-menopausal women may reduce their risk of developing cancer by 35% if they eat a healthy diet and lead a healthy lifestyle. This result was based on 29,564 post-menopausal women, aged 55-69 for a research period of 13 years.

3. People who ate three or more servings of fruit per day have 36% lower risk of developing the sight loss than people who ate less than one and a half servings per day. (According to Archives of Ophthalmology)

4. Eat low fat food regularly can reduce the chance of developing heart disease and certain cancers.

5. Calorie reduction can increase life expectancy by up to 30 percent

6.Vitamins can cut cancer death rates by 37%

7. Foods that contain the mineral selenium and plant-based chemical sulforaphane in combination may have a 13 times greater ability to protect against cancer than when the food compounds are used separately.

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This list can go on and on. But I think you've got the point:

Eat healthy and balanced food daily can protect us from developing major health problems like heart disease, cancer, diabetes, stroke and high blood pressure.

 

Chinese Food IS the Solution:
Healthy & Balanced Food for You!

Ancient Chinese philosophy has a very important influence in Chinese food culture. Let's first look at a very interesting picture:

This is the traditional symbol for the forces of yin and yang, sometimes described as two fish swimming head to tail. The left half is yin and the right half is yang. Taken literally, yin and yang mean the dark side and sunny side of a hill.

People commonly think of yin and yang as opposing forces. However, it is really more appropriate to view them as complementary pairs. The Chinese believe problems arise not when the two forces are battling, but when there is an imbalance between them. Floods, divorce, or even a fire in the kitchen - all can be attributed to disharmony in the forces of yin and yang.

How does the concept of yin and yang relate to food?

A basic adherence to this philosophy can be found in ANY Chinese dish, from stir-fried beef with broccoli to sweet and sour pork. There is always a balance in color, flavors, and textures.

However, belief in the importance of following the principles of yin and yang in the diet extends further.

Certain foods have yin properties, while others have yang properties - Cooling or warm, fat or non-fat, high-calorie or low- calorie, and etc.

Almost no foodstuff is purely yin or yang - it's more that one characteristic tends to dominate. It also reinforces that it is not so much the individual ingredients, as the the balance and contrast between ingredients in each dish, that is important. Interestingly, cooking methods also have more of a yin or yang property, as the list below demonstrates.
 
Cooking Methods:
 
Yin Qualities
Yang Qualities
Boiling Deep-frying
Poaching Roasting
Steaming Stir-frying

Types of Foods: 
Yin Foods Yang Foods
Bean Sprouts Bamboo
Cabbage Beef
Carrots Chicken
Crab Eggs
Cucumber Ginger
Duck Glutinous Rice
Tofu Mushrooms
Watercress Sesame Oil
Water Wine


Chinese food emphasizes on consuming a diet that contains a healthy balance between yin and yang. You'll find most Chinese dishes are made of a mixture of ingredients and each meal is made up of a combination of dishes.

That's why:

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You always get a cup of steamed rice for every entree
 
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There is usually vegetable mixed with meat entree
 
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A fried dish usually comes with a steamed dish or soup


I know you have already realized that Chinese food is healthy and balanced food that is good for your health.

Actually according to a survey held by the food industry,

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72.4% people think that Chinese food is healthy
 
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89.3% people like Chinese food
 
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67.8% people would like to cook Chinese food if they know how


Before you start looking for vitamin pills or supplements, start eating a health and balanced diet from today.
 
 
Over 500 Authentic and Healthy
Chinese Recipes for Your Lifetime
 
 
In this 543-page cookbook, you'll find:

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338 low carb recipes
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289 low fat recipes
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356 low calorie recipes
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118 fruit, vegetable and vegetarian recipes
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22 tofu (bean curd) recipes
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10 rice, fried recipes
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65 beef recipes
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82 chicken recipes
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69 pork recipes
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65 seafood recipes
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21 noodle recipes
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23 soup and stew recipes
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46 appetizer recipes
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22 dessert recipes
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13 lamb and veal recipes

* Please note that there is cross-listing.
 

Quick & Easy Meal for Your Family
in 45 Minutes

All of my recipes are geared specifically toward those of you who are very busy with other important parts of your lives. No fancy ingredients or equipment required. I've simplified everything for you!

Never spend hours to prepare a dinner for your family any more, or a whole afternoon for your graduation party. Armed with this cookbook, you could easily fix a whole table of delicious dishes in less than 45 minutes.

Here are just a few of the recipes you can make for dinner tonight:

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Mapo Dofu
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Kung Pao Chicken
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Apples in Spun Syrup


Guess how long it takes for you to cook these 3 dishes? Less than 45 minutes!

But don't take my word for it, here's what people are talking about it.

 
 
 

Thank you Nicholas for the wonderful cook book, you have done a fabulous job on it.
I have been in New York for a while now at the culinary institute in Hyde Park. So I haven't been active on your recipe exchange. 
I am looking forward to using some of these recipes at the restaurant also... 
Warmest regards, 

Beryl Potter
Author: Recipes from a British Grandma
 


 

Hi dear Mr. Zhou;
Just wanted to write and let you know we are enjoying the cookbook very much. We tried the Cantonese Spring Rolls last night and boy was it good. So far my wife's favorite has been the Boiled Dumplings.
I can't wait to try the baby back ribs...grin.
 
Thanks again for some great eating!
Howard Leggett

 

 

Get All the Secret Recipes in
Your Favorite Chinese Restaurant


Do you go to Chinese restaurants very often? If yes, you must have heard of these dishes:

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Kung Pao Chicken
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General Tso's Chicken
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Beef with Broccoli
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Moo Goo Gai Pan
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Wonton Soup
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Sweet Sour Chicken
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Vegetable Lo Mein

Have you ever thought that you can also make ALL of them in your own kitchen? Ever wonder how your family may react when you cook Cashew Chicken for them? How about Bubble Tea for your birthday party? I know you WILL like that feeling!
 
 
Recipes with
173 Colorful Pictures?!

Chinese cuisine aims for perfection and balance among four elements in each dish: color, aroma or fragrance, flavor, and presentation. Colors should be pleasing, showing that the ingredients are fresh and tender. Aromas should be appetizing. Finally, the dish should be beautifully arranged and presented. Good Chinese cooking is also distinguished by its meticulous cutting, careful blending of seasonings, and attention to temperature control.

With this in mind, I feel it's better if I can add pictures into the cookbook. I know it's a little bit scary to cook Chinese food by yourself for the first time - You never know how the dish should look like.

But NOT with my cookbook! You will get 543 pages of over 500 recipes with 173 color pictures!
 

Secret Cooking Tips & Techniques from
Master Chinese Chefs

Ever feel confused by Chinese cooking techniques like deep-frying, stir-frying, sauteing and marinades? In my cookbook you'll learn:

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The basic techniques used in Chinese cooking. Precooking techniques such as parboiling and partial frying.
 
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Key cooking techniques in Chinese cuisine including frying, sauteing, braising, stewing, boiling, simmering, steaming, "flavor-potting," and smoking.
 
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Secret cooking tips used by professional Chinese chefs including Cooking temperatures, cooking with oil, marinades, sugar and other coatings, sauces, gravies, stocks and flavoring sauces.
 


One Cookbook with
All 4 Major Chinese Cooking Styles

Learn how to cook the most popular dishes from four major regions in China.

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Beijing. Beijing cuisine is also called "mandarin cuisine". Many of the foods in this region are wheat-based (as a opposed to rice-based). Beijing cuisine consists of a variety of dumplings, baked and steamed breads, various buns and noodles.

Mandarin-style meals usually include vegetable dishes, soups, tofu (soybean curd), and fish. The food is mild in taste, is often slightly oily, and vinegar and garlic are common ingredients; food is frequently fried, stewed, or braised.
 
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Cantonese. From Canton or "Guangdong" Province in the southeastern part of China (the same area as Hong Kong), Cantonese food is the mildest and most common kind of Chinese food in the United States and many other countries.

Cantonese food tends to be more colorful, less spicy and is usually stir fried, which preserves both the texture and flavor.
 
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Szechwan and Hunan. Food from the Szechwan (or "Four Rivers") basin is characteristic south-western Chinese food. Food throughout the western regions of China are liberal in their use of garlic, scallions, and chilly. Consequently, it's the spiciest region of Chinese food available and certainly very tasty. When prepared in a traditional manner, many of the dishes are very hot, although banquet dishes tend to be milder.

Sichuan food is distinguished by its hot peppery taste, while food from neighboring Hunan province is richer and a bit more oily, and may be either spicy and hot or sweet and sour. Chicken, pork, river fish, and shellfish are all popular items.


Choose your favorite dishes based on different styles. But never limit yourself from one style. You can always find wonderful dishes from every cooking style.

 
Take a L@@K:
Some of Your Favorite Chinese Food Recipes

You can get access to over 500 of my favorite Chinese food recipes.  I will share with you both my favorite old fashioned recipes, and some healthier variations. Some of the recipes include mouthwatering:

Almond Boneless Chicken
Almond Cookies
Ants Climbing a Tree
Apples in Spun Syrup
Bang Bang Chicken
Barbecued Spareribs
Baked Chicken Chow Mein
Bean Curd
Beggar's Chicken
Beijing Hot Pot
Bird's Nest with Rock Sugar Soup
Boiled Dumplings (Jiaozi)
Bon Bon Chicken
Bow Thai Pasta with Shrimp
Bubble Tea
Cabbage with Chinese Sausage
Candied Banana Fritters
Cantonese Spring Rolls
Char Kway Teow
Char Siu (barbequed pork)
Chengdu Chicken
Chicken and Spinach Soup
Chilled Berry Tea
Clam Sycee
Clear Prawn Soup with Lemongrass
Coconut Ice Cream
Crabmeat Ragoon
Crab Puffs
Crossing-the-Bridge Noodles
Crystalline Walnut Halves
Dinner Buns with Coconut Milk
Drunken Chicken 
Drunken Fresh Shrimps
Dry Garlic Spareribs
Durian Ice Cream 
Egg Bubble Soup
Fish with Hot Sauce
Five-Coloured Fish Shreds
Four Happiness Pork Balls
Gado Gado Salad with Peanut Dressing (Indonesian)
Ginger Beef with Red Ginger (Szechuan dish)
Green Dumplings
Gyoza (Japanese)
Har Gau
Hawaiian Luau Barbecued Beef Ribs
Hoisin Dip
Honey Beef
Hot Pepper and Black Bean Sauce
Hunan Lamb
Imperial Rolls
Juicy Steamed Dumplings
Kung Pao Chicken (Princess Chicken)
Kung Pao Shrimp
Lamb with Scallions (Mongolian)
Longevity Noodles
Lotus Seeds in Sugar Syrup
Mandarin Crepes (Chinese Pancakes)
Mango Ice Cream
Mapo Dofu
Marinated Three Shreds
Matchstick Chicken (Hot Chicken Salad)
Mock Crab Claws (vegetarian)
Mongolian Style Roast Lamb
Mooncakes
Mutton Tarts
Nian Gao - Chinese New Year Cake
Noodles with Fried Bean-Paste Sauce
Orange Beef
Pea Pods with Fresh Mushrooms
Peddler's Hot and Spicy Noodles,(Dandan Noodles)
Peking Duck
Peppery-Hot Mutton
Pho Bo (Vietnamese Beef Noodle Soup)
Piquant Chicken
Popped Rice with Shrimp
Pork Dumplings with Shrimp (Potstickers)
Prawn Goldfish
Princess Chicken
Raspberry Almond Float
Sago Cakes
Salty Soybean Milk Soup
Sesame Seed Fried Custard
Shanghai Stir-fried Noodles
Shrimp and Scallop Shiu Mai in Spicy Mango Sauce
Singapore Curried Rice Noodles
Sizzling Rice Soup
Soy Chicken
Soy Sauce Chicken with Variations
Spareribs with Black Bean Sauce
Spring Rolls
Stuffed Apples
Sweet Dough Twists
Sweet Potatoes in Syrup
Sweet Soybean Milk
Sweet Red Bean Paste Pancakes
Szechuan Pickle
Tea Eggs
Tender Stewed Beef
Three Pepper Chili Steak
Tofu Italian
Tomato Egg Drop (Egg Flower) Soup
Twice Cooked Pork
Ultimate Chicken Stir-fry (Reader Favorite)
Vegetarian Sweet and Sour Spareribs
White Gourd Soup with Dried Shrimps
Xijiang Lamb and Chile Grill
XO Sauce
Yangchow Fried Rice
Yuanxiao
Yuexiu Chicken

 
It is that Simple!


NOBODY else is showing you this. NOBODY else has such an extensive collection of authentic and healthy Chinese recipes in the past.

Don't be fooled by some of the HUGE, free recipe sites online. A large percentage of those recipes won't be healthy, many won't be quick-to-prepare, and who knows if they're any good since they are most often posted by anyone who wants to submit a recipe. You'll have to WADE THROUGH a lot of duds to find recipes meeting your criteria at these sites, but.....

ALL of the recipes in the Healthy Express Cookbook meet 3 VERY IMPORTANT CRITERIA:
 

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Quick and easy to prepare
 

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Healthy and nutritious
 

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Delicious


So, are you impressed? Sure you are!

You can get my 543 page cookbook for only $17.97. You understand that this is nothing compared to what you'll spend in Chinese restaurants, vitamin pills and supplements! I know another Chinese food cookbook which only has 230 recipes and is sold for $34. Most good online cookbook are sold between $19 to $25.

At a little over 3 cents per recipe, you receive all I know that just permitted me to become a professional chef!

You can spend dollars going to Chinese restaurants and eating their not-always-healthy food. You can spend years looking for ways to lose weight and live a healthy live. Or you can get all my aunt's and my knowledge for a small amount of money in 3 minutes.

Press on
 

 

If you want to order my cookbook, I insist you do so entirely at my risk. That is why the cookbook comes with a... No risk, 100% Money-Back Guarantee. There is absolutely NO RISK on your part with this thirty-day 100% Money-back Guarantee. What I mean is, I want you to order without feeling you might "get taken". After all, I am a very respected chef and my reputation is on the line. Therefore, I want you to order this material today...read it, use it... if it is not 100% what I claim it to be, simply return it for an immediate refund of your purchase price within 30 days of your purchase. You simply can't lose.



1- Click here to order my cookbook with secure order and you will receive your full cookbook within the next 3 minutes! Yes, that's right... WITHIN 3 MINUTES. Our computer will automatically give you access for instant download so you can start cook all 500+ authentic and healthy Chinese recipes immediately and start cooking all your favorite Chinese food in this week.
If you don't have a credit card, please choose the following Alternative Payment Option

2- Order with PayPal

3- Order with Money Order and Certified Checks
 

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FOUR Super Bonuses (Valued at $244+):
"Yours To Keep, No Matter WHAT You Decide!"

 
Bonus #1: "FREE Real & Healthy Chinese Food Recipes Weekly Newsletter With Valuable Cooking Tips" ($97 VALUE)

Real & Healthy Chinese Chinese Food Recipes newsletter is delivered monthly, which contains only new and original healthy Chinese recipes and valuable cooking tips that you can use in your everyday cooking.

There are probably thousands and thousands of "cooking" related newsletters out there, and most just ramble on about nothing.

Our newsletter is guaranteed to be short and to the point. All about quick, easy, and healthy Chinese cooking.
 
Bonus #2: "FREE Lifetime Upgrade"

I will keep adding new recipes, pictures, cooking tips into my cookbook. Whenever I do any update, I will send you email with the link to download the updated version.
 
Bonus #3: "Affiliate Program Package - Complete Guide On How To Earn Commission By Selling Our Product" ($??? VALUE)
 
I will show you how you can make money by selling my cookbook. With a generous 55% commission for every customer you refer to us. You win, and we win.
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Unlike other programs, we don't just throw you a link and some banners to put on your website, and say 'good luck'. We provide full support and sound advice for all our partners to explode your sales of our products.
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The detailed information of how you can ALSO make money just like hundreds of other ChineseFoodDIY.com affiliates will be sent to you via email.
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We will point you in the right direction and offer genuine help - to help you sell our product (or any product), grow your online business, and ours. We will show you the One and Only resource you need to build a valuable internet business...

Once you sign up, you are qualified to receive a true and comprehensive package ($147 value) on:
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It's the resources packed with the SAME tested and proven fast-growth strategies I personally used to build my business.

I can't promise how long I will give away this bonus. Lots of others sell similar collections for big bucks. I know you will really enjoy my cookbook and the bonus collection too. Go ahead and place your order now.  Å@
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Dear Nicholas Zhou,
 
This is to let you know how much I appreciate your recipes. I have been looking for years for Chinese food recipes and until now have not received more authentic tasting recipes. Thank you again and keep up the good work.
 
Jean
California, USA

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Order your copy of our cookbook today with complete confidence. Examine the cookbook and try some of the recipes.  If you are not completely thrilled with the cookbook, we will refund 100% of your purchase price in 30 days of your purchase.  And you can keep the bonuses!

Hundreds have written telling us how much they love the recipes.  We are confident you will love them too.  But only you can judge that. 

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Frequently Asked Questions
 

Q: What is an e-cookbook?

A: An e-book is actually computer document designed with the look and feel of a real book, but runs on your computer! Once downloaded onto your computer, you can read it right away. You can print out any page you like! Hyperlinks are provided to instantly direct you to any chapter of the e-book or to selected resource web pages on the web.

Q: Why an e-book and not a real book?

A: E-books are great for the environment! Save a TREE - download today!

Q: How do I download the e-cookbook?

A: As soon as you've submitted your payment, you are prompted to "click" your mouse on a link that transports you to our download site. Once there, you are given complete instructions on how to download your new e-cookbook! It's EASY! If, for some reason, you experience any difficulties at all, we provide you with the email address to our technical support. We can send you the e-cookbook by email (with complete instructions) or provide links to other back-up sites for downloading. We answer all tech support emails within 24 hours.

Q: What operating systems will Real and Healthy Chinese Cooking e-cookbook run on?

A: We provide 2 versions of our e-book. The PDF version will run under ALL Windows operating systems and Mac computers as long as you have Adobe Acrobat Reader 4.0 or higher installed on your system. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader™, we provide the FREE download link on our order page. We also provide a Microsoft Office Word version.

Q: Can I make copies of my eBook?

A: Sure you can! All we ask is that you not give it away to others... Please respect my 4 years of hard work. That's also software piracy and against the law... You may however, make as many copies of the e-book as you like and install it on all your personal computers.

Q: Can I purchase resell rights?

A: No. We do not sell resell rights to our e-cookbook. If you are interested in selling our e-book to others, check our our affiliate program... If we find anyone reselling our e-cookbook without exclusive permission from us, we will prosecute to the fullest extent of the law as well as file a lawsuit for damages. You can only promote our e-cookbook through your own affiliate link.

Q: Will you share my email address?

A: Absolutely NOT! The ONLY way you will ever be contacted by us is if you subscribe to our newsletter... And even then, we will NEVER share your email address with anyone!

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Your "Nothing To Lose And Everything To Gain" Guarantee
 
I personally guarantee that you will improve your and your family's healthy instantly. Otherwise, we will give you 100% refund. No questions asked. ALL of the bonuses (worth $244+) as my way of saying thanks.

 
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Hi Nicholas,
 
I think your cookbook is the best I've ever seen. We have a huge collection of cookbooks, both paper back and ebooks. I must have read more than 30 Chinese cooking books. But I never found one close to yours.

I am surprised to know that you spent 4 years on this cookbook. But I can see why. Look at the detailed cooking directions and beautiful pictures! I think it must be very hard for you to write in English since you are international. But you are doing great!
 
My whole family know your name, Nicolas. My son even asked me to invite you to our home and cook for us! (He is only 6 years old). Anyway, we all thank You for your wonderful cookbook and work!
 
Sharlyn
Singapore

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Hi Mr. Zhou,

One thing about your service that I like is that you're a real person.

I still remember last time when I wrote to you about using coconut oil in your recipe. I got your reply in 30 minutes after I sent the email. In your email, you gave detailed instructions on how to select coconut oil, what brand to buy and even pictures of your recommend products!

I was so impressed and even moved to tears. I mean I know your real <smile> but you actually correspond with us and ask for our opinions.  I was very surprised... I thought most business were just sort of automated somehow.  Its nice to have a personal touch. Thank you!

Ana
GB

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Dear Nicholas Zhou,
 
I am enjoying your recipes and I thank you for such a great cook book.

I would love to have you talk about Healthy Chinese Recipes on WSBS radio.  I produce Ms Ruby's Food Talk on Thursday mornings at 9:30am eastern time with Ruth Adams Bronz who is a cookbook author and restaurant owner. What would you say to a 30 minute interview some Thursday morning. 
 
Please let me know and keep the recipes coming. The ginger beef recipe was delicious.
 
Nick Diller - Morning host and Producer of
Ms Ruby's Food Talk on 860AM WSBS 
 

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Hi, Nick,
I have enjoyed the recipes. Every time before I cook, I would print the recipes and bring them to my little kitchen. I can really feel that my cooking skill has been dramatically improved.

Last week I invited all my college friends to my house for my birthday party. You know what I cooked? I made hot and spicy spareribs, sautee string bean, almond chicken and bubble tea. My friends were amazed by them. They thought that I must have learnt cooking Chinese food for years. But you know I just bought your book last month!

I have printed most of your recipes and place them in a folder/binder for future cooking. It was all very good.  Thanks so much!

William
Ireland

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Hi, Nicolas
 
I feel that I must write to you. I could never believe I can also enjoy all the food I want!

I began to cook Chinese food at home since I bought your wonderful cookbook in February. 5 months later, I managed to lost 25 pounds and 3 sizes without any special diet or treatment!

Then I told my friend Lisa about my story. She also got your book and started practicing cooking. You know what? She also lost 15 pounds in 2 and a half months.!
 
Mr. Zhou, thank you so much for your work! I would like to tell the whole world about how great your book is and how much I appreciate your help!

God bless you!
 
Sandra Henderson
Texas, USA
 

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I look forward to getting a letter from you, telling me about your experience of cooking Chinese food. Even though I get an enormous amount of mail, please write to me. I’d love to hear your success story!
Sincerely,

Nicholas Zhou
 


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eat healthy and balanced food in a daily basis.

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40 years of cooking experience.
 
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sorry to be blunt nic but this sort of thing puts me right off. and i suspect that’s why you have sold many books.
regards,
tony
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The design is pretty nice, but I'd get rid of that layer with the Subscribe form. Maybe insert it somewhere else on the site.
Also, I see that the first (index) page is not centered whereas the others I have seen are. It may be a problem with my browser (Opera7).
The user may get flooded by information. I mean, there's a lot of linking going on :) Maybe you should make the main navigation buttons horizontal. They would be more visible.

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