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Old 22-04-2014, 02:22 PM   #3736
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Apparently the code cannot use for the same address..
my sis and I tried to cheat but fail. haha
different credit card also cannot?
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Old 22-04-2014, 02:27 PM   #3737
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different credit card also cannot?
never tried. but the mailing address is the same.
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Old 22-04-2014, 02:57 PM   #3738
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Does Singapore sell red palm oil? The unrefined all natural kind without bleach and deodorizer?

Been cooking with VCO and EVOO so far. VCO has a very strong taste in food while for EVOO, I try to use it as is without heating if possible.

I read that red palm oil is very neutral tasting, and that it consists mainly of saturated and monounsaturated fatty acids. It also seems to have a higher smoking point than butter, lard, vco and evoo.
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Old 22-04-2014, 03:07 PM   #3739
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Does Singapore sell red palm oil? The unrefined all natural kind without bleach and deodorizer?

Been cooking with VCO and EVOO so far. VCO has a very strong taste in food while for EVOO, I try to use it as is without heating if possible.

I read that red palm oil is very neutral tasting, and that it consists mainly of saturated and monounsaturated fatty acids. It also seems to have a higher smoking point than butter, lard, vco and evoo.
and it is also very cheap i think.

it is probably the most underrated oil.
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Old 22-04-2014, 03:15 PM   #3740
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More evidence links higher cholesterol with improved immunity | Dr Briffa's Blog - A Good Look at Good Health

Not sure if I have already posted this but we need cholesterol for our bodies to function...
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Old 22-04-2014, 03:17 PM   #3741
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Does Singapore sell red palm oil? The unrefined all natural kind without bleach and deodorizer?

Been cooking with VCO and EVOO so far. VCO has a very strong taste in food while for EVOO, I try to use it as is without heating if possible.

I read that red palm oil is very neutral tasting, and that it consists mainly of saturated and monounsaturated fatty acids. It also seems to have a higher smoking point than butter, lard, vco and evoo.
Haven't seen it being sold openly...hahah

Maybe some of the holistic health food shops may sell them...else iHerb is probably an option
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Old 22-04-2014, 03:18 PM   #3742
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and it is also very cheap i think.

it is probably the most underrated oil.
Red palm oil has more beta carotene than carrots...hahah
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Old 22-04-2014, 03:21 PM   #3743
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Haven't seen it being sold openly...hahah

Maybe some of the holistic health food shops may sell them...else iHerb is probably an option
they have leh

Red Palm Oil - iHerb.com
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Old 22-04-2014, 03:43 PM   #3744
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hi guys, need suggestion for self prep breakfast, affordable, easy to prep and hopefully, tasty? will be the best!

very tough to eat clean lchf for breakfast around my office area, those mixed veg store has the best option but the preparation method not very ideal so to speak, early in the day usually those fried stuff come out first, be it fried chicken, fried sotong, I usually op for braised pork belly. either way, not good long term.
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Old 22-04-2014, 03:46 PM   #3745
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they have leh

Red Palm Oil - iHerb.com
I meant not sold in SG openly...hahah

I do know of several palm oil producers and refiners but don't think they will sell me non-RBD palm olein

Like I said - iHerb is probably our best option

But freaking expensive...the irony
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Old 22-04-2014, 03:49 PM   #3746
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hi guys, need suggestion for self prep breakfast, affordable, easy to prep and hopefully, tasty? will be the best!

very tough to eat clean lchf for breakfast around my office area, those mixed veg store has the best option but the preparation method not very ideal so to speak, early in the day usually those fried stuff come out first, be it fried chicken, fried sotong, I usually op for braised pork belly. either way, not good long term.
Bring from home?

Haven't had breakfast in a very long time

But doable ideas include tuna in lettuce wrap, hard boiled eggs (mash them with butter and cheese), fried omelette (can fry the night before and reheat in the microwave)...

Just need to use your imagination
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hi guys, need suggestion for self prep breakfast, affordable, easy to prep and hopefully, tasty? will be the best!

very tough to eat clean lchf for breakfast around my office area, those mixed veg store has the best option but the preparation method not very ideal so to speak, early in the day usually those fried stuff come out first, be it fried chicken, fried sotong, I usually op for braised pork belly. either way, not good long term.
for outside, can get from those bee hoon store, sunny side up + cabbage

at home, just hard boil eggs + butter
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for outside, can get from those bee hoon store, sunny side up + cabbage

at home, just hard boil eggs + butter
I try not to eat outside food cos of the oil they use unless boh pian...hahah

Else bringing from home is the best option - cheaper too
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It's that simple
wat are some of the examples of aritificial food and processed food would be those deep fry stuff thats sold in supermarket like fish finger, crab meat, hot dogs rite?
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Old 22-04-2014, 03:54 PM   #3750
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I meant not sold in SG openly...hahah
Like I said - iHerb is probably our best option
oh my meaning was iherb sells red palm oil so yay

hi guys, need suggestion for self prep breakfast, affordable, easy to prep and hopefully, tasty? will be the best!
three letter word. E-G-G.

you can have them half-boiled, soft-boiled, hard-boiled, fried, over easy, scrambled or raw.
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