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Who doesn't love a snack? These mini meals can be your diet's best friend, or worst enemy. We help you wade through your local supermarket, add some winners to your snack stash and weed out the evils. We found 15 snacks (all under 150 calories) that will keep you snack-happy and satisfied. Who said you couldn't eat chocolate on a diet? It is all about portion control.
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Harvest Field’s Dried Cranberries ($4.95 for a 150g packet) | These little bits of dried fruit are tart and sweet and are great for munching on while at work. Betcha didn't know dried cranberries contain no fat, cholesterol, or sodium and the natural sugars in there keep you alert and awake. They contain 130 calories for every 40g serving (a quarter of the packet) - eat these on their own or sprinkle over salads or cereal.
The thosai, a dish of South Indian origins, may appear humble and inexpensive, but requires deft skill and a fermentation process to achieve the perfect taste and texture. Singapore’s South Indian eateries serve several varieties of this dish – some you may have tried before, and a few you should make plans to sample, pronto
From Tim Ho Wan's Baked Buns with BBQ Pork to Dian Xiao Er's Roast Duck with 10 Wonder Herbs and Hanare Japanese Cafe's Bara Chirashi here are the iconic dishes that have put these restaurants on Singapore's food map