Why didn’t Eskimos get scurvy even though their traditional diet is only meat & fish?

Much of what we know about the Eskimo diet comes from the legendary arctic anthropologist and adventurer Vilhjalmur Stefansson, who made several daredevil journeys through the region. Stefansson noticed...

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Roasted duck with cherry sauce

Fruits are a great touch to poultry dishes. They are great additions for festive...

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

Have you ever wondered why there has been a rise in diabetes, obesity,...

  • Aug 27, 2015
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Best & Worst Foods for healthy skin

Our diet plays a critical role in the health of our skin. Given our climate...

  • Oct 21, 2015
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Vitamin A Deficiency & Poisoning

A deficiency in Vitamin A would result in getting infectious diseases and vision...

  • Aug 18, 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

What is Vitamin C?

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  • Aug 26, 2015
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Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, may be the most familiar of all the nutrients. It is a water-soluble vitamin that...

Know Your Salt

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  • Sep 1, 2015
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Salt is arguably one of the most important ingredients in cooking. Without it, most meals would taste bland and unexciting. It...

Straight from the farm

Know Your Onions

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  • Aug 20, 2015
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Ever wonder why some recipes call for Yellow Onions and some call for Red? What is the difference and how to decide which...

For the love of Pacific Oysters

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  • Aug 21, 2015
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After 18 months of meticulous care, New Zealand oyster farmers serve up perfectly conditioned Pacific oysters for seafood...

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.