One of our resolutions was to cut down on junk and outside-bought food, and so far, apart from the ton of snacks we brought back from China (yah, I know, right?) we’ve kept to our word.
Of course, it helps when you’ve got this, a Christmas present we gave ourselves, not least because we share the same sentiment as Mark Bittman:
By becoming a cook, you can leave processed foods behind, creating more healthful, less expensive and better-tasting food that requires less energy, water and land per calorie and reduces our carbon footprint. Not a bad result for us — or the planet.
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2 thoughts on “We will make our own snacks”
It is not economical to cook for 2 person. 3 dishes, soup just cost too much.
That’s what we thought too. Food is expensive in Singapore whether it’s cooked or not. But tweaking recipes to suit two people works for us, and works out cheaper in the long run.