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Blog posts tagged with 'health'

Wholemeal, wholegrain or wholewheat?

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.
Major Benefits of Ginger For Your Body

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.
Crazy 'Bout Avocado

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.
Smooshie and Tedboy Bakery

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.
Top 5 Ways to Enjoy German Rye

Rye bread isn’t a very popular choice among Malaysians, as we are so used to commercial white bread or wholemeal loaves bought from supermarkets. If it is your first time trying rye bread, you may find it unpleasant due to its strong flavour. Find out how to enjoy rye bread in delicious ways!
Nuts about Coconuts
Coconut water is an ideal drink to promote weight loss as it is low in calories and easy on the stomach. Refreshing, light and a definite delicious thirst quencher for a hot day, coconut water has a sweet nutty taste. Are you a coconut fan? This is for you!
Sourdough Your Life
It is not a cultural norm for Malaysians to enjoy European bread as we are so used to our Asian delicious biscuits that bread is not (yet) a staple food (because, you know that rice is). Sourdough is basically made with basic ingredients of flour, water, sourdough culture and salt; naturally fermenting the dough (in short: bacteria + yeast), hence it has a mildly sour taste to it.
Michelle's Artisan Fruit Spread
Michelle’s Artisan Fruit Spread is made from all natural ingredients and contains all fruit. There are no artificial additives and no water is added in the cooking process. Handmade in small batches, our spreads are gently cooked in the fruit’s own natural juices to preserve the sweet aroma and texture.