(* not applicable for events at shopping malls, unless otherwise stated below)


10th Kranji Countryside Farmers’ Market @ Nyee Phoe, 240 Neo Tiew Crescent

Saturday, 24 June: 12-6pm

Sunday, 25 June   : 10am-4pm

Shine Festival 2017 by Satire @ Orchard Road, from ION to SCAPE

(Road closure from ION to Ngee Ann City)

Saturday, 1 July 2017, 4pm-12am

TMME x Tanjong Goodman Weekend Market @ Goodman Arts Centre (Block M)

90 Goodman Road, S439053

Saturday, 8 July 2017, 11am-5pm


Gift Ideas


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Present the perfect gift of wholesome nut butters to your friends and family! Indulge in these wonderful spreads that are not only tasty but great for health. Comes in 6 delicious mini tubs of almond, cashew, hazelnut, hazelnut with cocoa, macadamia and pistachio nut butters.

Hunter Gatherer Lifestyle—Two Million Years In The Making


A Letter From Founder Herbert Salim

Dear Friends,

Learning about the Hunter Gatherer lifestyle is the simplest way to improve our health.

I used to wonder why becoming overweight is such a common problem in our society. Many of us are constantly battling obesity, along with immune system weaknesses such as flu, cough, sore throat and serious illnesses like cancer, heart disease, diabetes and celiac disease. Before stumbling upon the Hunter Gatherer lifestyle, I had personally experienced constant weight gain over a period of 10 years despite of my best efforts to “eat healthy” and lifting weights regularly.

Hunter Gatherer lifestyle is not another diet fad, but what our ancestors have been practicing for millions of years before the advent of agriculture. During that time they had the best physical condition and health ever possible.

Humans like us have been around for more than 2 million years. Back in the Hunter Gatherer era, our lifestyle was completely different from what we have in the modern world today. Hunting and gathering were the main activities that made us very healthy. We did plenty of low level activities like walking, climbing, foraging and occasional sprinting when we chased animals for dinner or avoided danger. We also had plenty of exposure to sunlight, sleep and play. Our health was robust; we had lean and strong bodies from eating all kinds of wild animals, plenty of various vegetables, some seasonal fruits, nuts, seeds and tubers. We ate plenty of healthy fats as our main fuel, and very limited carbohydrates simply because carbs in the form of grains and legumes were not available in abundance at that time. These are the foods that have been supporting human evolution for millions of years, and make up 99.9% of the genes that has been passed down to us.

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Are You Taking Too Much Sugar Daily?

Much has been said about the evils of sugar, but what is most alarming is this: sugar feeds cancer cells! Our healthy cells breathe oxygen, however cancer cells does not need oxygen (anaerobic). They specifically feed on sugar and ferment it to create energy to multiply.

Sugar suppresses your immune system instantly after we eat it, and in excessive amounts it is positively toxic. In a healthy human body, aside from a few hundred grams in our liver and muscle storage in a form of glycogen, we only have 1 teaspoon worth of sugar in the entire body’s pool of blood.

What you probably never know is all kind of carbohydrates other than fiber eventually will be converted into blood sugar (glucose) after we digest them, be it from white rice, brown rice, potatoes, noodle, pasta, white bread, whole wheat bread, oatmeal, legumes or pulses, fruits etc.  The body does not know, or care, from what kind of foods the sugar comes from.

Artificial sugar like high fructose corn syrup and  Aspartame (or more widely known as NutraSweet™) will give even more damaging effect to the body, regardless whether or not they affect our blood sugar level.

If we ingest excessive amounts of carbs/sugar and do not utilize them through certain physical activities, the sugar has nowhere to go and becomes toxic in your blood. Our body will then try to clear it from our system by secreting insulin, convert the sugar into fat and store it in our fat cells, until the body can dispose or burn it off during some condition, for example when we have limited food or starvation. In our modern world, most of us have access to plenty of food anytime, so the burning part is simply never happen.

What is little known to many is that our typical meals 3 times a day contain plenty of sugar without us suspecting it.  Many of us consume much more sugar than our body ever needs, every single day.

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Our body can store tens of kilograms of fat, but only a few hundred grams of sugar. That’s just how human body works and  has been designed through million years of evolution. If we ingest sugar in excessive amount with our food, anything we eat will be stored as body fat, due to the presence of insulin. On the other hand, limiting sugar or carbohydrate to a certain amount will limit insulin secretion, and thus signal the body to burn fat instead of storing it naturally as our system suppose to works. Learn more about it here.

This is why obesity and numerous other health problems like insulin resistant and Type 2 Diabetes are so rampant today. Most of the time it is NOT because we eat too much, we don’t exercise long and hard enough to “burn off ” calories, we are getting old, metabolism slowing down, or we inherited bad genes, but it’s because we have been eating the wrong type of foods. Go to this page for more information.

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Pistachio Mustard Sauce

Pistachio Mustard Sauce



  • 2 tbsp Hunters’ Kitchenette pistachio nut butter
  • 3 tbsp warm water
  • 1 to 3 tsp Bragg organic and raw apple cider vinegar, to taste
  • 1.5 to 3 tsp mustard paste made from Colman’s pure mustard powder, to taste
  • Less than 1/4 tsp Celtic / unrefined sea salt, or Himalayan pink salt
  • 1/4 tsp date syrup, raw honey or real maple syrup, to taste


  • Mix everything, and adjust the taste and consistency to your liking. Enjoy!
Almond Steak Sauce

Almond Steak Sauce



  • 2 tbsp (35gr) Hunters’ Kitchenette Almond Butter
  • 2 tbsp (22gr) warm water
  • Juice  from half a small lime
  • 1 tsp (5gr) sweet soy sauce or to taste. We recommend Bango brand from Indonesia, which is made from fermented Black soy bean.
  • 1 tbsp (3,5gr) fried shallot (ideally fried in macadamia or coconut oil)
  • Less than 1/4 tsp Celtic / unrefined sea salt or Himalayan pink salt
  • Dash of white pepper


  • Mix almond butter and water first to the consistency you like, then add the remaining ingredients. Adjust the taste and garnish with some sliced chilies if preferred.
  •  Serve immediately with your favorite cut of steaks, or store in fridge inside sealed container for up to a month.

Update: this recipe has been adjusted by reducing the amount of water and soy sauce.

Banana Gluten Free Bread (1 Loaf, or 12 Servings)

Banana Gluten Free Bread (1 Loaf, or 12 Servings)



  • 300g smashed ripe banana
  • 3-4 free range or organic eggs
  • 2 free range or organic egg yolks
  • 1 tsp real vanilla extract
  • 30g cold pressed virgin coconut oil
  • 30g melted butter from grass fed cow (Anchor brand)
  • 1/2 tsp ground cinnamon
  • 1/2 tsp baking soda, aluminium free
  • 1 tbsp lemon juice, or Bragg organic & raw apple cider vinegar
  • 200g (2cups) almond flour/meal
  • 25g (1/4 cup) golden flax seed meal or chia seed

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