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NutriFresh Fridges Make It Cool Not To Waste

Are you one of the 77 percent of Singaporeans who regularly waste food at home, according to the National Environment Agency? If so, it’s not too late to make haste in reducing waste!

Bring extra flavour to your meals with heirloom tomatoes

Heirloom tomato: a variety that has been around for decades and grows true from the seed. They run the gamut in colour and more importantly, taste.

Foods that help with blood sugar management

Balancing our glucose or sugar levels is a critical factor in maintaining our health and preventing heart disease. High blood sugar levels are caused by overconsumption of rich, sugary and fatty foods, and can lead to diabetes and damage to the heart in the long term. Fortunately, eating to regulate your blood sugar comes with a host of other benefits, such as weight loss and higher, more consistent energy levels.

4 professional kitchen technologies that can be found at home

Eating out these days doesn’t always guarantee a better meal. As cooking technologies develop, appliances that can match the performance of those in restaurants have been steadily making their way into home kitchens.

Getting truly fresh stir-fries with home grown veggies

Growing your own veggies at home isn’t as difficult as you may think. It also means you can stop worrying about the pesticides used in commercial farms and the cost of buying organic. Once you know how, it’s simply a matter of waiting a few weeks to have fresh produce for dinner.

Muddling flavours into your cocktail

Using a little stick could make the difference between a grassy-tasting cocktail and a tasty concoction with a variety of subtle flavours. Muddling is an age old cocktail mixing technique where a wooden stick is used like a pestle to press herbs and spices in the bottom of a glass to release their flavour. This […]

The quick guide to Asia’s most popular vegetables

Popular Asian greens are highly versatile and can occupy a prominent place in the cuisines of different Asian countries. Each has their own flavour profile and enterprising chefs have successfully used them in making their own fusion creations.