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Easing the Pain, Leaving the Skin Out


Posted on 11 Jun, 2012 | Eat Magazine

Normal levels of uric acid is dissolved in the blood and is passed through the kidneys, exiting as urine. But excess uric acid that doesn’t exit the body is are become crystals and are lodged at the joints, causing pain and inflammation. This is what we call gout. 

For those with gout, the rule of thumb then is to avoid bean products including soya milk, tofu, bean sprouts, bean paste, etc. as they all have fairly high-purine content and consequently high uric acid levels. 

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When a Lemon is not a Lemon


Posted on 7 Jun, 2012 | Eat Magazine

When you go shopping for oranges, lemons or limes, how do you choose? Do you go by its aroma? Or is it the sheen or its deep color?

In whatever ways we choose our fruits, we go for both senses. It is the mix of visual and fragrant clues that reign supreme as we go about determining the food we take in. But what if these clues fail us? what if we end up with lemons? But what is a lemon?

This idiom goes back to the olden times, some say in the 1800s, when sweet stuff are the things to give and share during winter and...





A Complete Directory of Hawker Centres Singapore


Posted on 24 May, 2012 | Eat Magazine

Friends from overseas would often drop by for a a couple of hours' layover or some may even purposely stay on in Singapore on a buying spree, and most often than not you are faced with the dilemma of which hawker centre to bring your friends to for that genuinely Singapore experience. 

At a loss? Our team has painstakingly visited all the hawker centres and have jotted down each cooked food stall. On our Directory Page you get to skim through the list of your favorite stall. If you just remember the hawker centre, you can search according to the stall names. As it is, the...





Going Japanese in the West


Posted on 21 Apr, 2012 | Eat Magazine

Tenza Izakaya: Kelp Pressed Flounder & Pregnant Kelp Rolls

When it's Japanese you crave for, you know that only the freshest fish and greens can be used. And that is how  Tenza Izakaya, a  Japanese restaurant in Sunset Way is putting its name on the food scene.

Specialising in fine Japanese dishes made from the freshest seasonal ingredients and serving a wide range of Japanese sake At Tenza you know for sure your palates are  their priority. Every week the chef takes the time to change his menu. Seen here are...





Wine pours over at Sunset Way


Posted on 20 Apr, 2012 | Eat Magazine

Entertaining with friends is even made more convenient with the opening of Wine Inn. Often we find ourselves none to eager to end the night after a full dinner with friends. But where to hang out?

If you are keen on a breezy chill-out, capping dinner over wine is a good option here. Enjoy the company of your friends as you nibble over finger foods, perfect for after-work shop talk. Wash down office-related stress sips of Merlot, Cabernet Chavignon or Shiraz. With a casual ambience, this wine-dine-shop is a cool concept that reminds me of Japan with its major cities littered with rows of izekaya for the workaholic yuppies....





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