Many of us try to eat healthy and make our own meals everyday to save some ringgits. Preparation is tedious and time-consuming, so here is some kitchen tools that we highly recommend to prep your meals fast, and also make it look appealing to be able to be on your instagram post!
We get confused with the terms wholemeal, wholegrain and wholewheat. So are they are the same? Or are they all different? Which one is better than the other? Which one is healthier? Find out more in this article.
Did you know that ginger is most commonly used as part of dietary, medicinal and weight loss purposes? Not only it is a popular cooking ingredient, there are many benefits of consuming ginger in your diet.
Eat it raw smashed it to pieces, or puree it; there are many recipes one can do with just tomatoes! Scientifically speaking, a tomato is definitely a fruit from the way it is developed, in the same way how oranges, raspberries and blueberries grow. From a cooking point of view, tomatoes are viewed as ‘vegetables’ because they are used in savoury rather than sweet cooking.
Do you know that there are many kinds of avocados? The most popular ones that we usually have is Hass Avocado, an alligator pear due to pear-shaped and green bumpy skin (like an alligator). Only the yellow-green flesh is eaten the rest (skin and seed) are discarded.
In the past years, we don’t question where the juices come from, how the juices were made and do these producers add anything else in the bottled juice itself? We see many bottled and packaged juices that says: “No Added Sugar”, “100% Natural”, “Made from 100% Juice” or “100% Vitamin C”. Yet, these juices can be extremely sweet and have an amazing long shelf-life, especially the ones found in big chain supermarkets or convenience stores.