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Going Hungry In Singapore

Singapore is famous for its cheap hawker food, including the cheapest Michelin-starred meal in the world. Why does hunger, or food insecurity, still exist in this city? Food insecurity refers to the lack of reliable access to nutritious food due … Continue reading

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Cheap Steamboat Cooker less than S$15!

PowerPac is a quite well-known and reliable local brand. It is very affordable, and buying online from their Qoo10 official store is even cheaper. It is only S$14.80 for this Steamboat Cooker. It is good enough for a small family … Continue reading

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Yusheng Promotion: 8 pax at only S$18.90 (A-One Claypot House)

[S$18.90](▼35%)🎁[A-One Claypot House]Prosperity Abalone Yu Sheng Serving up to 8 pax.(U.P $28.90). WWW.QOO10.SG This is quite a good deal (top seller on Qoo10). A-One is a well-known Chinese restaurant famous for their claypot dishes. The list of ingredients is quite … Continue reading

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Oven Power Trip

Bosch Oven Power Trip Apparently, it is quite common in Singapore (and other tropical countries like Malaysia, Indonesia) that the electric oven cause a power trip (or short circuit) due to the high humidity. Basically, the heating element tends to … Continue reading

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Philips Stainless Steel Pressure Cooker

The keyword here is “stainless steel”, because if you look at many pressure cookers, the inner pot is made of aluminum alloy. The bad thing about aluminum is that it is linked to Alzheimer’s disease. For instance, this medical paper … Continue reading

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Where to buy dumplings (饺子) in Singapore

新加坡哪里有卖饺子 Dumplings (饺子) is a staple food in Northern China. However it is rare to find it in Singapore. Often in NTUC Fairprice, or other supermarkets, Gyoza (Japanese Dumplings) or Korean dumplings can be found, but not Chinese dumplings. Making your … Continue reading

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Happy Pi Day!

Happy Pi Day to all readers of Mathtuition88.com! Check out our previous posts on Pi: Did you know, Pi day is also Einstein’s Birthday? How to get Pi on Calculator – Without pressing the Pi Button The Mystery of e^Pi-Pi … Continue reading

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Oven-roasted Scampi with Butter & Garlic

Originally posted on Cooking For Fun:
When my husband and I were in Bangkok, we had a very giant Prawn in a restaurant. And several days ago, we found such a giant Prawn in supermarket. So we bought two. Preheat…

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Cast Iron Pan Singapore Review

Recently bought a cast iron pan/skillet for home cooking. Cast iron is an ancient technology that has several benefits over the more modern non-stick technology. It is supposed to be cheap (just US$15 in America Lodge L8SK3 Cast Iron Skillet, … Continue reading

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Fried Golden Cicada

Fried Golden Cicada is a delicacy in Shandong, China.

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