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Braised Lamb Shanke

in Creamy Rosemary Sauc

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Sugar, Spice & Everything Nice

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Water is one of the best substances you need for your body if you are planning to lose weight in a natural and healthy way. Even when it contributes 55%-78% to human body weight, you’ll be surprised with its weight loss powers. We use water almost everytime we cook. Without water, we cannot make soup, gravy, soften the pasta, cook rice, even to make just a cup of Milo! Did you know that only 3% of the water on earth is suitable for drinking and 97% is salt water? So keep our waters clean to ensure cleaner drinking water for us and by generations. Sharlyn Bui ourWords future Images by Stock Photos

Cinnamon One of the oldest spice discovered over tens of thousands of years ago used commonly in desserts such as doughnuts, cakes, apple pies and cinnamon buns. Pepper Like cinnamon, pepper was also discovered around the same time. Black pepper is commonly used to cure illness such as constipation, diarrhea, lung disease and indigestion. Cumin Cumin seeds are used for their distinctive aroma and flavour. It is commonly found as part of the ingredient for curry powder. Cumin seeds and powder are very commonly used in Indian cooking. Garlic Garlic bulb is wildely used around the world for its aromatic flavour as seasoning or condiment. It is commonly added to stews and broths as it has a bacteria killing property. Ginger The ginger root is used usually as folk medicine to cure constipation, flu and cough. Ginger ale and ginger beer are a common folk remedy for colds.

How much is enough? Infants - 2 to 3 cups Children - 5 to 7 cups Teenagers - 7 to 11 cups Adults - 11 to 15 cups

As you age, the amount of water recommended for your body increases too. The measurements given here are for per day and not for any other time so drink according to the recommended amount so that you can have a well balanced and healthier lifestyle.


Sugar, Spice & Everything Nice Spices are well known as appetizers in the culinary art all over the world. Herbs and spices do more than simply add flavour and colour to food. With the right amount to your cooking, they provide infinite health benefits. Food experts would advice you to use more spices for flavouring so that you can cut down less-healthy ingredients such as salt, added sugars and unsaturated fat. Modern science is beginning to uncover the ultimate power of herbs and spices to see why people have been using spices medicinally for thousands of years. Adding enough of the right kind of spice to your food can partially offset the negative impact of a high-fat meal according to a recent study. Spices can be found in many forms: fresh, paste or dried. They are generally dried and ground into powder form to make it easier for us to use when coooking. Dry spices have a longer shelf life. Here are some common spices that can be found in our local supermarket: Cinnamon One of the oldest spice discovered over tens of thousands of years ago used commonly in desserts such as doughnuts, cakes, apple pies and cinnamon buns. Pepper Like cinnamon, pepper was also discovered around the same time. Black pepper is commonly used to cure illness such as constipation, diarrhea, lung disease and indigestion. Cumin Cumin seeds are used for their distinctive aroma and flavour. It is commonly found as part of the ingredient for curry powder. Cumin seeds and powder are very commonly used in Indian cooking. Garlic Garlic bulb is wildely used around the world for its aromatic flavour as seasoning or condiment. It is commonly added to stews and broths as it has a bacteria killing property.

Words by Sharlyn Bui Images by Stock Photos

Ginger The ginger root is used usually as folk medicine to cure constipation, flu and cough. Ginger ale and ginger beer are a common folk remedy for colds.


H2O

on the go!

Words & Illustration by Sharlyn Bui

We all know this precious element as water. Not only it is used for cleaning cars, laundries and dishes, it is also what we consume everyday. Water is always the best choice when it comes to drinks at it is clean, refreshing and calorie-free! Water is one of the best substances you need for your body if you are planning to lose weight in a natural and healthy way. Even when it contributes 55%-78% to human body weight, you’ll be surprised with its weight loss powers. We use water almost everytime we cook. Without water, we cannot make soup, gravy, soften the pasta, cook rice, even to make just a cup of Milo! Did you know that only 3% of the water on earth is suitable for drinking and 97% is salt water? So keep our waters clean to ensure cleaner drinking water for us and our future generations.

How much is enough? Infants - 2 to 3 cups Children - 5 to 7 cups Teenagers - 7 to 11 cups Adults - 11 to 15 cups

As you age, the amount of water recommended for your body increases too. The measurements given here are for per day and not for any other time so drink according to the recommended amount so that you can have a well balanced and healthier lifestyle.


DELICIOUS SABAH MAGAZINE NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2012  

DELICIOUS SABAH MAGAZINE NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2012