It’s hard to classify a whole countries cuisine, especially one as large as China. But generally Chinese food is fried or steamed the former may take less energy because it cooks the food rather quickly while the second will require more energy as it is a much slower process. Has far as the ingredients that will depend from restaurant to restaurant. you can have places that will source their ingredients from organic or local farms while you have other that most assuredly don’t, since would require a little detective work on your part to figure out, i.e. asking at the restaurant.
It depends. If freshly prepared with organic or natural ingredients, then yes, it’s very green. However, I wouldn’t necessarily say the same of greasy takeout places that prepare food quickly and cheaply. Overall, it’s more how it’s prepared than what is prepared.
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