With over 20 years’ experience cooking genuine Peranakan dishes, Debbie Teoh has garnered herself a formidable name as a celebrity chef. But she has one more accolade up her sleeve: she has managed to transform her body and build up her muscles through the humble nasi ulam.
Being a chef and a mother of three, Teoh’s mealtimes are never on time. She rarely has proper breakfast and usually takes her dinner at 9pm.
The situation becomes more challenging when she travels to other countries for work. “No one cares whether you have jet lag or if you feel uncomfortable. The moment you ...
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