In many ways, the west coast is an unusual place for Chinese.
The mountains, the sea, the snow and the desert all make the western coast more welcoming than the East, the rest of the U.S. or Canada.
But, for the average person, the experience of eating western food varies from region to region.
Western food isn’t as easy to find as its Chinese counterpart, but it’s not impossible.
The basics include a bowl of soup, a salad and some noodles.
Here’s how to make it: How to make Chinese noodles with rice and soybeans This is a classic dish, and has a familiar flavor and texture.
Use a bowl or pan to make the noodles and put them on a serving plate.
Add soybeans, rice, salt and pepper.
Serve with a rice bowl and some chopsticks.
This recipe is adapted from a recipe in The Modern Farmer.