In Singapore, the older generation eats a lot of rice and noodles and the younger generation here would have more meat, fish and junk food. Lately korean cuisine, tapas-style restaurants, sharing platters are rising in popularity here. It is also difficult to find healthy cooked food in Singapore as we grew up with having chicken rice, laksa, hokkien mee, char kway teow and noodle soups. We have all kinds of cuisine in Singapore but sometimes it is still a struggle looking for something healthy after gym classes. 2 Fridays ago, we had dinner here, which was delicious but not entirely healthy.
A good friend of mine has just started on a Paleo diet in Singapore and you can find out here.
This article is interesting – It also clearly shows the division between the first world and the developing countries. Interestingly, less affluent families eat more nutritious food than those who could actually afford it. On the contrary, more economically stable families eat more processed food, while fresh products constitute just a small part of their diet. (www.boredpanda.com)
What do you eat in your country? And what do you eat most often?
I like what the Germans eat.