If there’s one thing I hate, it’s…


FOOD WASTE!

Seriously people, if you’re not a big eater, then don’t order something heavy – like Nasi Lemak. Get a curry puff, roti kaya or salad instead.

Or if you really need a Nasi Lemak, then ask for a smaller portion (eg. Less rice).

FACT #1: Singapore’s food supply is largely dependent on imports. That includes your rice from Thailand ( that’s currently 1/3 inundated by floods).

FACT #2: Most Singaporeans probably don’t know and take it for granted.

Scary.

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Comments

  1. I can’t stand food being wasted or getting thrown away – I doubt it’s just people in Singapore that don’t know where their food comes from, it’s the plague of most developed nations! Westerners are really no better, take it from me!

    So, thumbs-up on the post.

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