For some reason (probably habitual - if you start to eat something less often, you tend to eat them less often), I have used less pork in my cooking and usually substitute pork with chicken when meat is called for. Of course, pork and chicken don't taste the same. A lot of Chinese soups, when cooked with pork, gets more "sweetness accentuated" compared to chicken.
Rather, let me term it, differently delicious.
Now, I have cooked this popular Chinese Watercress Soup 西洋菜汤 (often cooked with pork ribs) with organic chicken. I still enjoy it very much and sharing this soup with Souper Sunday
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