Science of cooking hard boiled eggs

No rocket science needed to cook up some hard boiled eggs. When it comes to being successful in cooking hard boiled eggs, it is all about the time and temperature. Place eggs in a pot of cold water....

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Is your liver overworked?

The liver is the major organ of detoxification. Everything that passes...

  • Aug 20, 2015
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For the love of Cherry Tomatoes

Cherry Tomatoes are miniature versions of the traditional beefsteak tomatoes,...

  • Oct 19, 2015
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Salmon Salad with dill and Lime

Our simple starters are designed to make your life easy. Planning a dinner...

  • Jul 29, 2015
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Wild Alaskan Salmon is gold standard for nutrition

Would you buy a Wild Alaskan salmon for $19.90 per 200g? You would be paying...

  • Sep 7, 2015
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Local Delights

Hainanese Chicken Rice

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  • Oct 20, 2015
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Even though Singapore has moved forward economically, socially and politically, we'll never leave our traditional food behind....

Ayam Masak Merah (Spicy Red Chicken)

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  • Oct 17, 2015
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Traditional dishes are greatly sought after nowadays because we are losing the art and skill of cooking such complex dishes.  Ayam...

Food & Science

Substituting a broiler with oven-bake function

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  • Sep 8, 2015
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An oven set to bake and an oven set to broil both use dry heat to cook food in different ways. You can substitute baking...

Stay away from fructose corn syrup – it could be killing you

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  • Aug 27, 2015
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Have you ever wondered why there has been a rise in diabetes, obesity, cancer and high blood pressure in Singapore? The reason...

Straight from the farm

5 reasons to include Kabocha pumpkin in your diet

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  • Aug 12, 2015
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Originally from Japan, Kabocha has an exceptional naturally sweet flavour, even sweeter in taste than butternut squash. It is similar...

Pepper, the King of Spice

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  • Aug 21, 2015
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Pepper is so versatile and it is so widely used in all recipes. We can hardly live without pepper in our kitchen. In most...

Who we are

Wet Market is a community for food lovers. Whether you’re a foodie who’s always searching for the next restaurant to try, a homemaker wanting to make something different for dinner, or a restaurant owner looking to spread the word on the latest menu offerings.As Singapore’s Food Blog we aim to be your one-­stop resource for everything food ­related. We understand the impact of food on well ­being.Wet Market aims to make healthy living easier and more accessible by integrating all the information you need in one place.
Here you can interact with like-­minded individuals who share the same passion as you. We believe in educating consumers about good nutrition through recipes that feature fresh, wholesome ingredients and blog posts written by real people sharing their personal experiences on health and fitness.