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  • Alexiestls's Avatar
    11 posts since Nov '16
    • My husband has been eating lots cup noodles lately, and he's starting to feel uneasy. I know there's a lot of bad things about instant noodles...wondering if there's other alternatives?

  • eac's Avatar
    4,038 posts since Dec '03
  • Alexiestls's Avatar
    11 posts since Nov '16
    • We do try to cook on weekends, but on days when busy it's hard to find time...unhappy.png Need some quick and nutritious recipes..

  • eac's Avatar
    4,038 posts since Dec '03
    • http://s3-ap-southeast-1.amazonaws.com/www.fairprice.com.sg/fpol/media/images/product/L/12331704_L1.jpg
      FairPrice Whole Grain Rolled Oats are produced the age-old method of kiln drying the oats before removing the hull or husk. The Oats are then cut, steamed and finally rolled between two large rollers, leaving the fattened flakes of grain.

      Edited by eac 24 Nov `16, 9:32PM
    • In addition, you can then add a variety of ingredients into it to try on different days so you don't get bored.

      For example, eggs, fruits, berries, milk, honey, black sesame powder, black bean powder... and so on and so forth.

      Edited by eac 25 Nov `16, 7:51PM
  • Alexiestls's Avatar
    11 posts since Nov '16
  • alarxce33's Avatar
    2 posts since Dec '16
    • Try Hcook the app! Although new, but i've really tried some nice dishes from some of the home chefs there!

  • DarrylN's Avatar
    2 posts since Nov '16
    • Ya cup noodles are unhealthy...i used to have them for meals a lot too, they are so addictive...i heard it's coz of msg. for e sake of my health i cut down. If he likes noodles can try these spaghetti recipes I found:
      https://youtu.be/MvzlIehMf8w?list=PL8zglt-LDl-jpoXiUqVBsKz0xNBi55JyJ

      If like spicy food can try kang kang curry mee, quite good actually. instant but no msg.

      This is for rice lovers:
      https://youtu.be/X8HbnLxMApU
      If cook too much I'll usually pack e rest for next day lunch or dinner, saves time.

  • Shawntan 1978's Avatar
    12 posts since Dec '16
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    10 posts since Oct '14
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    8 posts since Dec '16
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    10 posts since Jan '17
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    18 posts since Jan '17
  • nehtelee's Avatar
    7 posts since Mar '17
    • He can have the noodles, just skip the seasoning. Purchase your own condiments or stock & he can still have himself a yummy, fast meal. Throw in an egg & ham, or veggies too.

  • naturesglory's Avatar
    3 posts since Mar '17
  • Mugen Benoit4real's Avatar
    217 posts since Jul '09
    • Originally posted by nehtelee:

      He can have the noodles, just skip the seasoning. Purchase your own condiments or stock & he can still have himself a yummy, fast meal. Throw in an egg & ham, or veggies too.

      yeah brotha, but for me ish put raw egg topping on top of the noodle brotha, that is hulk hogan's style brotha

      Edited by Mugen Benoit4real 22 Apr `17, 7:20PM
  • naturesglory's Avatar
    3 posts since Mar '17
  • SOI's Avatar
    18 posts since Apr '17
    • if health really matters to you and your hubby, you will have to find or allocate time to prepare healthy food at home with good quality ingredients and a sense of comfort and achievement making and preparing your own homecooked meals.

      There's no such a thing as "no time" but how much one is willing to allocate to it. Good health is worlth the time and effort over all other matters and social networkings.

      Most people always said they are tired after work but when there's a gathering of sorts with friends or office colleagues involving superiors, or something one's very interested in, they always have time for it.  So think again, is your health worth your time and effort?

      Goiod health to all!

       

  • FoodieMen's Avatar
    7 posts since May '17
    • Fresh noodles! To keep it easy, buy a noodle maker machine. I got one of those from China, really easy. Just need to add all the ingredients and it mixes and presses out awesome noodles.

  • PeterParker1's Avatar
    33 posts since May '17
  • Fearly's Avatar
    12 posts since Jun '17
    • What about meal prepping for the rest of the week? Spending a few hours on sunday evening to prepare meals for the weekdays is a good way to prepare healthy food and still save time :)

  • Quorn's Avatar
    13 posts since Jun '17
    • Prepping meals for the rest of the week sounds like a good idea! Then I do not have to cook during the week which can save me a lot of time.

      Do others have any ideas to save time and keep eathing healthy?

  • Majorsputnik's Avatar
    4 posts since Jul '17
    • you can prep some kinds of sandwich for the weekdays. For example, ham and cheese for monday, butter and scrambled egg for tuesday, etc. Actually you can put anything for the filling, and just microwave when you want to eat.

      juice is also very healthy. you can prepare it quickly too if you have a juicer

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