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Can you afford (non-white) rice?

(Source: themiddleground.sg)

by Elias Wee

CONTROVERSY surrounds the humble bowl of rice. Friday, May 6, ST reported Health Promotion Board’s (HPB) chief Zee Yoong Kang referring to a… 1,590 more words

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Peanut Butter and Oat Cookies

I had to figure out which blog to put these tasty treats on – they’ve got peanut butter and oats, which can be super healthy, but there’s also a lot of sugar. 42 more words


Who needs a lunchbox makeover!?

Soggy sandwiches, boring cut veggies, an apple thrown in your bag (and usually left there) – sound familiar? Whether you have kids, especially fussy ones or are trying to take a nutritious lunch into work more often – we have some ideas for you to try! 1,010 more words


Wholegrain Rye and Sea Salt Brownies

I read somewhere the other day that the best meals are not those we have in expensive and fancy restaurants, but in fact those we share with friends and family. 887 more words


Triple tested = success every time

I don’t have the time to spare for a cookbook with a dodgy title.

Grandma’s Best BakesAustralia’s Greatest Cookbook. Tales from a humble boulangerie… 289 more words


Spelt Bread

Spelt tastes wonderfully nutty and flavorsome and in recent years, it has experience a bit of a revival. This is not a surprise as spelt has a lot more nutrients than regular wholegrain. 326 more words


Feijoa season

It’s finally feijoa season! These sweet little fruits are rich in Vitamin C. So if you, like me, have bucket loads of feijoas in your garden, here is what you can do with them. 172 more words