Calcium-y fresh!

Come snack with us! First ingredient: YOGURT Yogurt provides almost every nutrient that your body needs. It is especially high in calcium, B vitamins and trace minerals.   Yogurt, especially the Greek variety, is very high in protein. Protein is helpful for appetite and weight control.   Some types of yogurt contain probiotics, which may […]

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My Quick Brunch

My simple salad for brunch! Errr.. cook with me? More like “shove it all in a bowl” with me lol! I was too occupied filming and editing my previous YouTube vlog, I totally forgotten to have MY breakfast haha! Got excited 😜 Recipe: Baby kale blend salad (ready to go salad mix) 1 avocado Caesar […]

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Malay Chicken Curry

There are many delicious authentic Malaysian dishes out there. What might look like a lot of time and effort, I have to say that when you learn to make it on your own, it’s not as difficult and time-consuming as you would have thought! The techniques are somewhat almost the same. Since my husband and […]

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Chicken Soup For The Poorly

“Sipping once, sipping twice, sipping chicken soup with rice.” Maurice Sendak The “magic soup” especially for those who are ill, in my case, for my poorly husband who just underwent a hernia surgery. Comfort food to say the least. This soup is created to help with inflammation, help pass gas and to basically gain back […]

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Nori Chips

“If you love crunch and you love seaweed, these are your perfect homemade chip.. They are dangerously moreish, so make sure you make plenty..” -Poh Ling Yeow ​ ​ Food fact: “Seaweed is much more nutrient dense than any land vegetables. It is an excellent source of micronutrients including folate, calcium, magnesium, zinc, iron, and […]

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