Culinary experiments


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A sample of quick and nutritious post-graduate student meals.

Breakfast (top left): Oats with soy milk, kiwi, blueberries and a dash of honey. I tried substituting the soy milk and honey with hazelnut milk and dates today, and it was just as awesome.

Lunch (top right): Idiot-proof savoury oats (i.e. Oats + olive oil + salt + cracked pepper) under a layer of veggies of your choice (in this case, asparagus, broccolini and tomato tossed with some olive oil and black pepper), topped with a poached egg and chilli cheddar cheese.

Dinner (bottom): Stir-fry soba noodles with veggies of your choice, garlic, onions, soy sauce and pepper/chilli.

Say good-bye to instant noodles!

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Comments

  1. Nice! *ahem* it’s kiwifruit, not kiwi *ahem*..

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