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Recent research indicates that by 2027, the bubble tea industry will rise to $4.3 billion. It was also claimed that bubble tea orders in Southeast Asia increased by 3,000% in 2018. That’s why you can find bubble tea in restaurants all over the world, not just in Asia. For instance, bubble milk tea...Read More
Coffee acts as the glue that keeps everything together on some days (or most days?). It awakens you from a slumber in the morning, gives you a jolt in the middle of the afternoon, and keeps you on the go throughout the day. But hold your breath: is it healthy for you? You can exhale. As it turn...Read More
What is an Edible Bird's Nest? Edible Bird's Nest (EBN), also known as "Yan Wo" (in Chinese) and "Sarang Burung Walet" (in Malay). It is one of the most valuable foods in the Chinese community. The edible-nest swiftlet or white-nest swiftlet (Aerodramus fuciphagus) and the black-nest swiftlet...Read More
Garlic has been part of the kitchen for generations. Roasted with olive oil, it melts like butter on the tongue. Chopped and uncooked, it tastes spicy and sharp. As an oil, it helps relieve painful muscles. Garlic may also be used to brew tea. Garlic, in whatever form, offers significant advanta...Read More
Whether you are 14 or 41, you undoubtedly experience some pain throughout your menstrual cycle. It is no secret that our body undergoes significant changes that may affect our mood. From food cravings, sleep disturbances, cramps to headaches and muscular stiffness, "Aunt Flo" has arrived.  ...Read More
We frequently hear that too much "salt, fat, and sugar" are the issue with our diet. But is that really true? Salt Salt is a natural resource, from the ocean to our tears. It is delicious and can be purchased for a meager price. However, like many other things, too much salt is bad for our healt...Read More
Why do we need collagen? Collagen is a protein essential for developing and maintaining several tissues, from bones and cartilage to skin, hair, eyes, and the digestive system. Collagen serves as the "glue" that keeps everything in your body together. Research shows that it makes up three-quart...Read More