You have searched for "treatment"
Showing 1-10 of 42
Curious Cook columnist Chris Chan examines pesticides on vegetables and fruits and finds out why honey is toxic to babies under one.
Humans only need tiny amounts of daily protein but we can’t seem to wean ourselves off meat.
A couple of breweries in Idaho have produced beer from recycled wastewater, and their problem is coming up with names that will not put customers off.
Bak kut teh has a halal Chinese twin in niu pai. Unscrambling their symbols unfurls their tonifying goodness to the Chinese on both sides of the South China Sea, between Quanzhou and Port Klang. But who invented it?
As another festival approaches, let’s take a look at what excessive imbibing can do to our insides.
If you’d rather not season your food with cheap, acid hydrolysed soy sauce, learn to differentiate it from a naturally fermented soy sauce.
At Boon Signature Roast Pork, you’ll see the delicious results of putting a man putting his whole heart into perfecting just a few dishes.
In continuing our homage to the not-so-humble bowl of laksa, we travel first to the East Coast, and then take a sea journey to Sarawak.
The most popular regime in take-out dining in the United States is the Paleo or Caveman diet, which mimics that of hunter-gatherers.
Why Iceland’s chefs are breaking out from under the infamy of fermented shark and roasted sheep’s head.