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  1. hi, i have some recipes for soya bean milk you can make at home. easy to follow, anyone keen?
  2. http://news.asiaone.com/news/singapore/100...nstruction-site SINGAPORE - Combat engineers and the Explosive Ordinance Disposal (EOD) team from the SAF have uncovered a 100kg armed war relic that is more than 60 years old at a construction site in Seletar yesterday. SAF said on The Singapore Army Facebook page that they were activated yesterday to assess the war relic - an aerial bomb - which had been buried at the construction site. In an update this morning, the SAF said that they are preparing for their EOD Team to carry out a safe and controlled detonation on site. Serious Qn: Do they detonate these on the spot or bring back?
  3. First they try to pull a fast one riding on the death of LKY, now they pass off package drinks as freshly prepared, and staffs spotted icing a bengawa solo cake. What next???...LOL BreadTalk stops selling soya milk; confirms that item was repackaged from Yeo's packet drink A photograph of a BreadTalk staff member using a packet of Yeo's soya bean milk to fill up bottles for sale has drawn ire from netizens.PHOTO: THE NEW PAPER PUBLISHEDAUG 4, 2015, 1:44 PM SGT UPDATED9 HOURS AGO 91.9K 38 4 Jessica Lim Consumer Correspondent SINGAPORE - Confectionary chain BreadTalk has pulled its soya bean drink from its shelves, after a photograph showing an employee filling up plastic bottles with Yeo's brand soya bean milk made its rounds on the Internet. The post, first published on online site Redwire Times on Monday evening, claimed that the chain was selling the packaged soya bean drink as "freshly prepared". Posted by someone known as Kev, the post called the discovery "shocking". "This 'freshly prepared' soya bean milk from BreadTalk always tasted very familiar, but somehow I couldn't figure out why until now. You see for yourself why. This BreadTalk staff is just pouring Yeo's soya bean milk into bottles of 'freshly prepared' soya bean sold by BreadTalk," he said. When contacted, BreadTalk admitted that the drink was from a Yeo's packet, and that it buys the drink in one-litre packs from Yeo's in bulk. The company then repackages it into plain plastic bottles with the words "freshly prepared" on them, seals the bottles, and sells them at its stores. The problem, said the BreadTalk spokesman, arose after the chain used the bottles with "freshly-prepared" labels to package the soy milk. The bottles are also used to package fresh juice for sale. "We have heard our customers' feedback about our bottled soya bean milk," she said. "We would like to apologise for any misaligned presentation or wrong impressions created, and clarify that it is never our intention to mislead." The chain will resume selling the drink out of labelled drink dispensers instead "to prevent misunderstanding", said the spokesman. Retail experts said it is common for eateries to buy in bulk and then repackage items, especially with the current labour crunch. But it is less common for them to sell them as freshly-prepared. "Firms just buy generic products in bulk or outsource production," said Singapore Polytechnic senior retail lecturer Sarah Lim, who added that it is then up to the retailer to decide on pricing. "It depends on demand, rental and other costs." In the case of the soya bean drink, selling it as freshly-prepared would have been unethical as it gave the impression that the drink was brewed in-house. Meanwhile, a picture of a staff member icing a Bengawan Solo layered cake at an Icing Room store, which also comes under BreadTalk, was also posted on Tuesday. It led some to ask if the under-fire bakery was also using cakes from rival bakeries. Insisting that this was the wrong impression, the BreadTalk spokesman said: “A staff member brought in the cake on her own accord to be decorated by a colleague. This is not allowed, and staff will be reminded of that.” http://www.straitstimes.com/singapore/breadtalk-accused-of-selling-packaged-soya-milk-as-freshly-prepared
  4. http://www.divaasia.com/media_photo/15477 Dedicated to you....hope you had a hearty breakfast.
  5. Seng li hoh Boh?
  6. yes...it is damm interesting...i was stunned...then wanted to laugh but never....it happend less than 20 mins ago... i was in front of this interesting customer... seller : your order? customer : half a soya sauce chicken... after a while customer : can i have half chicken mixed like one drumstick from white chicken and one drumstick from soya sauce chicken? seller a bit confused...i was too...and the customer went on demonstrating to the seller how he could have cut the chicken..means instead of the normal way of cutting the whole chicken horizontally...he want it cut vertically...so in this case it is still half chicken....but you get both the drums...and the other half will be two wings....seller was still stunned... customer : nevermind forget it.... wah...best....anyone try this before ?? half chicken that come with two drum ??? Maybe I should try buy potato without skin....so i get more potato for the same weight..ha ha ha
  7. Now that location sell clothing liao. Dao-huay go where ?
  8. Where to find? The one at Geylang not there anymore. Upper East Coast also can't find. Help please?
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