Halal Chinese Food For Iftar

Dinner, Ramadan

Halal Chinese Food For Iftar Ideas. What Do You Feel Like Cooking For Dinner Tonight? Credit: Dan DeAlmeida on Unsplash Those who prefer to cook at home for iftar usually find themselves thinking about what to cook for iftar. Sure, getting some dishes from the Ramadan Bazar is easy. But, dishes that you want to buy could have sold out, spoiled before iftar, or more expensive than before. If you are planning to cook for iftar, let’s do something that will impress everyone. Malay cuisine is something that you’ve done even before Ramadan. Why not try your hands on something more new for you. Below are some of the Chinese cuisine that you can try to prepare for iftar. Kung Pao Chicken Credit: Delish When we’re talking about Chinese cuisine, one of them would be Kung Pao Chicken. A dish of marinated chicken, nuts, and dried chillies. It’s a dish that is hard to resist. Anyone who tastes this Kung Pao Chicken - a perfect combination of the sweet, sour, and savoury sauce coating the chicken pieces - will be asking for seconds or thirds. Butter Prawns With Egg Floss Credit: Aroma Asian Probably one of the most popular Chinese dishes among the Malay community. Serving Butter Prawns with Egg Floss with hot steamy rice is definitely the best way to enjoy your iftar. You’ll be addicted to its creamy taste coming from the butter and sweet and salty from the flavoured egg floss. The main star of the dish - the crispy prawns makes this dish impossible to resist. Deep-Fried Tom Yam Chicken Credit: Cookpad Want something different with your Tom Yam? Let’s make Deep-Fried Tom Yam Chicken! This amazing dish's amazing, spicy, and sour flavour comes from Tom Yam paste. Your family might request you to make this incredible dish again soon. You can cut the chicken into small pieces or big pieces. Then you marinate them with Tom Yam paste and other seasonings for about 3 hours in the refrigerator. After the chicken pieces have absorbed all the goodness, deep fry them until they are crispy and golden brown. Deep-fried Tom Yam chicken is the perfect dish for an appetiser or party snack. But, we’re Asian, we got to have rice! So, you can enjoy this dish with a hot steamy bowl or plate of rice. Salted Egg Yolk Fried Chicken Credit: Asian Inspiration Nothing beats the savoury, sweet and umami taste of salted egg yolk as a sauce. You can use the instant salted egg yolk powder or steam the egg, mash the yolk and create a heavenly delicious salted egg yolk sauce. Then you coat crispy fried chicken with that salted egg yolk sauce. It’ll be a juicy, tasty, and savoury crispy chicken dish. Watch as the pieces disappear from the plate! Also, the flavour of this dish isn’t just from the salted egg yolk. The combination of aromatic curry leaves and the spiciness from cili padi perfectly balanced the taste of salted egg yolk, as all things should be. If you have guests coming over for iftar and need more food, just order on NMooMoo. Because, for this month you can enjoy a RM30 discount on food order with no min spend! Plus, you can get RM5 cashback when you spend a min of RM15!! More info at: Ramadan Promotions Missed out the discount? You can use our extra coupons! Find out more: Extra Ramadan Promos Reference and the recipes: Huang Kitchen Or you can order and have it delivered ;) Order Now

05 April 2022

9 Chinese New Year Gifts

CNY, Festive, Celebration

9 Chinese New Year Gifts For Your Friends and Partner’s Family. 9 Chinese New Year Gifts For Your Friends and Partner’s Family Chinese New Year is fast approaching, and some of us are probably looking for a gift for our friends or trying to win some brownie points from our partner’s family. This festive season is when we can get together and enjoy some good food, either home-cooked or they order food delivery. But, nevertheless, let’s not allow the pandemic to stop us from showing our love during Chinese New Year. Now, gifting during Chinese New Year is a common thing. But, some are not sure what to give as a gift, and they end up buying a box of oranges or giving angpao. Here are some of our suggestions for the perfect Chinese New Year gifts for friends, seniors, and kids. Gift Ideas For Friends Image from: Pexels, Rodnae Productions Gift for friends kind of depends on how close you are to them. Like are you just regular friends or besties? Once you have that covered, let’s look at what you can gift your friends. Alcohol If you’re invited to a Chinese New Year dinner and the host drink alcohol, gifting them a nice bottle of liquor is pretty much the obvious choice. Home Supplies Your friend just moved to a new place not too long before the new year. So, what better thing to give than home supplies! Get them like a small appliance, tableware set, tea set or coffee set. Chocolate and Sweets Gifting something sweet like candies, cookies, and chocolate is standard nowadays. It’s also perfect if your friend or the host loves sweet stuff. Gift Ideas For Seniors Image from: Pexels, Angela Roma As for seniors, they will appreciate new year gifts that benefit their health. So, anything that you can think will make them feel healthier and happy is a great gift. Foot Massager or Massage Chair In traditional Chinese medicine, a massage is a gentle and effective way to heal the body. So, a foot massager is something that they definitely will love to receive. Other than that, you can give them a contoured pillow to make them feel comfortable and relaxed. Tonic Foods Some seniors will appreciate it if you give them tonic products like bird’s nest, ginseng, and cordyceps. But, don’t forget to check the warranty and expiration dates before purchasing it. Crafts Another thing that you can consider is giving them handmade crafts like a tea set for tea lovers. Gift Ideas For Kids Image from: Pexels, Angela Roma When it comes to festive celebrations, kids get more excited about it than adults. Get them something to express your good wishes to the kids. Red Packets Depending on your budget, you can prepare some red packets with some red notes inside them, like RM10 or RM20 notes! Or, if you’re feeling extra generous, you can give them more than that. Perhaps RM50 or RM100. Toys You can never go wrong with toys. Well, if you know what they like, that is. If the kids like superheroes, you can get them an action figure. School Supplies Nothing is more important than education for kids. So such gifts like books, school bags, pencils, notebooks, paint sets (if they are interested in painting) will be a pleasant surprise for them. What Not To Give As Chinese New Year Gifts Image from: Unsplash, Julian Hochgesang Now you have some ideas about what to give to your friends, seniors, and kids, it’s time to know what NOT to give. Avoid Anything Black or White If you look at the decorations, you already know what colour you should choose for gift wrapping paper. It’s because black and white are often used at funerals, so you have to avoid using these two colours. Anything That Symbolises Intimate Relations Unless you want to take your friendship to the next level, don’t give them a necklace, belt, necktie, as these sorts of items are associated with intimate relationships. Avoid Giving Gifts With Bad Luck Meaning Some gifts have negative connotations in Chinese culture. For instance, it is bad luck to give a clock or a watch as a gift because saying ‘giving a clock’ (送钟 sòng zhōng /song jong/) sounds exactly like ‘attending a funeral’ (送终 sòng zhōng). Also, it implies that the receiver is running out of time. Take A Break, Order With NMooMoo Looking for a perfect gift is definitely hard and tiring. Plus, by the time you finished your shopping, you prefer to just order food instead. Save up to RM23 on your food order and RM5 off the delivery fee when you order your favourite food using NMooMoo now! Also, you have the chance to spin and win more food coupons and a mystery giftbox after each purchase! Keep a lookout for this one ;) NMooMoo-ve your fingers & Order Now

09 January 2022

3 Simple Tips To Make Scrumptious Nasi Lemak

Breakfast & Brunch, Fried Chicken, Nasi Lemak

Start making nasi lemak that everyone will beg to have more!. 3 Simple Tips To Make Scrumptious Nasi Lemak Nasi lemak - a go-to breakfast for many Malaysians. It’s a pretty flexible dish because you can have many different side dishes with the rice. Making the rice and its condiments are easy but require a lot of ingredients. Let’s take a look at how to make it and what different lauk that people have with their nasi lemak. Image by: Ann San, Pixabay The Making Of Nasi Lemak Ingredients for 5-6 pax 5 cups of rice (washed and rinsed) 1 piece of pandan leaf (clean and make a knot) 1 box of coconut milk 1 teaspoon of salt 1-2 inches of ginger (optional) The How 1. Put the washed rice and the rest of the ingredients into a rice cooker. Put water just enough to reach the first line of your index finger. 2. Cook the rice like you normally do. While waiting for the rice to cook, let’s move on to making the sambal. Sambal - the must-have sauce for nasi lemak Image by: Alpha, Flickr The Ingredients 300 grams of dried anchovies (washed and drained) 4 red onions 3 cloves of garlic 200 gram dried chilies (Boiled and blended) 1 teaspoon of tamarind paste 1 teaspoon of salt 200 gram of palm sugar 1 cup of cooking oil Let's Get Cooking! Blend the red onions and garlic and then heat up the cooking oil. Once the oil is hot enough, saute the blended onions and garlic and red chillies on low heat. Occasionally, whisk it to avoid charring the sambal. When you see a ring of oil around the wok/pan, put in the palm sugar, tamarind paste, and anchovies. Let them cook on low heat. If you like, you can add onion rings during this last stage of sambal making. Tips To Make A Scrumptious Nasi Lemak Image from: Wikimedia Commons 1. The rice is not fully cooked If you found that the rice is not fully cooked, all you have to do is put a hot water in cup and mixed it with some salt. Careful not to put too much or you’re going to end up with salty nasi lemak! No clumpy nasi lemak To have a soft and non-clumpy nasi lemak is to put a little bit of cooking oil or margarine into the rice. You can do this at the beginning of cooking process or when the rice is almost done cooking. Fragrant nasi lemak Usually, knotted pandan leaves are put together with the rice. But, if you want to do something different, you can blend the leaves, sieve, and put the essence into the nasi lemak while it’s cooking. Another thing that you can do is to add a few pieces of lemongrass to make more fragrant. The Different Kinds Of Lauk For Your Nasi Lemak 1. Sambal Sotong Image from: Wikimedia Commons Other than the must-have sambal, some people like to enjoy their nasi lemak with one of the classic dishes - the sambal sotong. It’s also one of the easiest dishes to make as it doesn’t need a long time to prepare. 2. Sambal Petai Udang Image from: Wikimedia Commons Another classic dish to be paired with nasi lemak to make it extra special. Plus, it’s easy to make and you don’t have to peel the shell to make the prawn sambal juicy and have that umami flavour. 3. Ayam Goreng Berempah Image by: My_Walking_Diary, Pixabay Perhaps everyone’s favourite dish to have with nasi lemak. Chicken pieces are coated with batter of spices and deep fried until golden brown! Nasi lemak is a pretty versatile food that you can make yourself. You can pair with any dishes that you like! You can have it with beef or chicken rendang, sunny side egg, or sambal paru. Or, you can always order nasi lemak from your favourite restaurant with NMooMoo! Order Now

02 August 2021

10 Sweet Chewy Facts About Bubble Tea

Bubble Tea, Coffee & Tea

To celebrate the international tea day, let's have a look at the evolution of tea.. 10 Sweet Chewy Facts About Bubble Tea You gotta give it to Taiwanese for creating the bubble tea drink trend. Call it however you want; boba tea, bubble tea, and pearl milk tea essentially refer to the same thing. Celebrating this year’s international tea day, let’s have a look at the evolution of bubble tea that took the world by storm. The Drink With Many Names Whatever you name it, the drink is made up of black tea, milk, ice, and chewy tapioca pearls. It is then shaken up like a martini and served with the famously fat straw to fit the tapioca marbles that collect at the bottom of the cup. Also, it is believed that the name ‘bubble tea’ was derived from the bubbles formed when the milk tea was shaken, not the chewy brown pearls inside the drink. How Did It Start? There are many versions of how bubble tea began. But, there’s one story that many agreed to be true. Taiwanese tea stands became increasingly popular in the 1980s. Hence, many businesses were trying to be different. Then, one concession owner at the Chun Shui Tang teahouse in Taichung started serving Chinese tea cold after getting the idea from iced Japanese coffee. After a few years, the concession’s product development manager, Lin Hsiu Hui, was in a boring meeting. So, she put her sweetened tapioca pudding into her Assam iced tea and drink it. They loved the concoctions and decided to sell the product and became an instant hit. Since then, many tea businesses tried to emulate the success with different flavour teas and boba pearls. In Malaysia, you can thank social media for creating the trend and demand. Bubble tea shops began a trend by making attractive drinks that inspired customers to share them on social media. They went viral and received a lot of coverage. All want to be a part of the social phenomena that the drinks look and taste. Sweet Potatoes According to a report published in the journal Evolution and Human Behaviour, eating a diet high in fruits and vegetables gives you a better, more desirable, and radiant glow than sun exposure. Sweet potato gives the skin a natural glow while still making it smoother and younger. "Its high levels of beta-carotene means sweet potato benefits skin by battling the free radicals that cause skin ageing," according to DK Publishing House's book "Healing Foods." The easiest way to prepare them is to steam or boil them. According to the book 'Healing Foods,' it helps maintain "their slow-release carbohydrates and important nutrients." Boil them for 30 minutes until tender, then mash them with unsalted butter, top with herbs, and serve immediately. It's also a good idea to have sweet potatoes in your salads. It adds a healthy dose of carbs to the mix. Bell Peppers This vegetable adds crunch to the dish while also providing a wealth of vitamins and minerals. Bell peppers contain antioxidants that help to slow down the ageing process. Bell peppers can help protect your skin from sun damage and avoid cell damage if you eat them regularly. They're also high in vitamin C, which aids collagen development. Collagen maintains the firmness of the skin and protects the cells from further damage. If you have blemishes and rashes, mix carrot with green bell pepper juice to get that cleared up. Turmeric This bright yellow vegetable contains antioxidants and anti-inflammatory components that may provide glow and radiance to the skin. Try this turmeric face mask recipe at home every week and see its magic. Inside a bowl, mix some turmeric powder with a small amount of Greek yoghurt and honey and apply it to your face. Keep it on for 15 minutes and wash them with warm water. You can use the anti-inflammatory properties to target your pores and soothe your skin. Turmeric has also been shown to help with scarring. This combination of ingredients can aid in the healing of acne breakouts on your face. Papayas When applied topically to the skin, papain, an enzyme found in this juicy fruit, facilitates skin healing and increases collagen secretion. Together with vitamin A, papaya can help to lighten the skin tone and prevent tanning. If you’re battling dry and flaky skin, daily use of papaya for the skin will give the skin moisture - giving you that smooth and radiant skin. Also, using papaya daily can help you get rid of the dark circles under your eyes. It removes dead skin cells and regulates pigmentation. Avocados You usually have this as guacamole or spread on a warm piece of toast. But, avocado also has great benefits for your skin because of its healthy fats, vitamins, and minerals inside this super fruit (yes, it’s technically a fruit, not a vegetable). The fats, compounds, and vitamins may help speed skin repair and improve chronic skin conditions like eczema and acne. Also, these nutrients may help improve chapped skin and even-out skin tone. Plus, a high intake of healthy fat, especially monounsaturated fat like in avocados, helped increase skin elasticity and reduced the appearance of wrinkles. Try avocado oil on your skin to boost the overall health of your skin. Maya Ivanjesku, chief scientific officer at LaFlore Probiotic Skincare, said, “Cold-pressed avocado oil has an abundance of antioxidants, plant sterols, omega-9, minerals, and vitamins, including vitamins C and E. Together, these nutrients can help boost the production of collagen, soothe inflammation, and lift away old skin cells.” Lemons Another super fruit when it comes to getting glowing and radiant skin is lemon. It is packed with vitamin C to remove toxins and protects the body from photodamage and hyperpigmentation. Suppose you have irregular pigmentation, dark spots, or acne marks. In that case, you can eat lemon because it has the potential to tighten, lighten, and deep cleanse the skin naturally. Oily skin is one of the problems that most people face. Before going to bed, swipe a cotton swab dipped in lemon juice to dry up excess oil. Then wash your face when you wake up in the morning. This method will help prevent your skin from becoming too oily. Oranges The antioxidants in oranges can help prevent photodamage, DNA damage, oxidative damage, reduce inflammation and aid collagen synthesis. It also fights free radicals that may slow down the production of wrinkles and stop premature ageing. Oranges are also great as an exfoliator with their citric acid. It can dry out acne, hence improving the overall look of your skin. When you’re enjoying your oranges, don’t throw away the peel. Grind them to make a body scrub and use this beauty regime for a healthy-looking glow. Mangoes Mangoes are another source of vitamin C that support your body in collagen production. It will help prevent your skin from sun damage and premature ageing. This vitamin works together with vitamin E to protect your skin from environmental damage. Both of these vitamins are stored in your skin cells. However, these two vitamins will deplete when exposed to sunlight or pollution. Hence, you need to keep replenishing it regularly. Mangiferin is present in the highest concentration in mango kernels, seeds, and peels. Mango plants have high levels of this chemical in their leaves, stalks, and bark. According to some evidence, Mangiferin can reduce the risk of certain cancers, including skin cancer, breast cancer, colon cancer, and cervical cancer. Let NMooMoo Get Them For You No matter what your reasons to healthy are, let NMooMoo help you to get them for you. Go to or download our NMooMoo app and start ordering from our over 800 restaurants now!

16 May 2021

15 Amazing Hari Raya Food To Enjoy

Local, Festive, Celebration

Hari raya is not complete without traditional food like lemang, rendang, and dodol. Each family has their must-serve food for guests.. 15 Amazing Hari Raya Food To Enjoy Muslims have abstained from eating and drinking for a month. Also, they have struggled to become better Muslims by doing good deeds and reading the Quran, now it’s time to celebrate! On the eve of Hari Raya, you can see people in kampung preparing a variety of traditional Malay foods such as lemang, ketupat, dodol, rendang, and many more. Here are the 15 traditional Malay foods that you can see during Hari Raya. Image from: Flickr Lemang Let’s mention the obvious one first. Lemang is like a must during every Hari Raya - the festive is not complete without this coconut milk-soaked glutinous rice and cooked inside bamboo. Image from: Flickr Rendang Another dish that is synonymous with Hari Raya - the rendang. Can you imagine Hari Raya without rendang? The typical rendang that you can find is made use of beef or chicken. But, there are some people who used animal entrails such as lungs, heart, intestines, etc. Also, you can have duck and seafood rendang. Among all rendangs that are available, you have to try rendang tok - a dry rendang with no gravy but when cooked right, tastes phenomenal. Image from: Asian Inspirations Ketupat It’s like a symbol of Hari Raya in Malaysia and a must-have during the festive celebration. Typically shaped like a diamond, each ketupat is hand-made from palm leaf strips and put rice inside it before being boiled. Once cooked, it’ll be cut into bite-sizes eaten together with kuah kacang (peanut sauce). Another type of ketupat that you can find is ketupat palas. This ketupat is different in terms of its shape, type of rice and leaves used. Ketupat palas gets its name from the leaves - palas leaves and shaped like a triangle. Usually, the rice used is glutinous rice. Image from: Cookpad Image from: Lokataste Dodol A scenario of people working together making dodol won’t be complete on the eve of Hari Raya. Typically, you can find this super sweet treat shaped like a dumpling. If you haven’t tried it yet, the texture is like the Chinese rice cake. But, with every bite, you get a burst of gula melaka. Of course, in the market today, you can find dodol with different flavours like durian, jackfruit, or soursop. Basically, any flavours that you can think of. Image from: Cookpad Lontong Ah...a usual dish to have for breakfast or the morning of Hari Raya. Lontong is an Indonesian dish consisting of a compressed rice cake wrapped in a banana leaf. It is common in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore. As a staple food substitute for steamed rice, rice is rolled inside a banana leaf and boiled before being cut into small cakes. But now you can get instant nasi impit to make lontong. With peanut sauce-based dishes like gado-gado, karedok, ketoprak, other popular salads, and satay, the dish is typically served hot or at room temperature. It goes well with a stew made with coconut milk, such as lontong sayur, soto, gulai, and curries. Image from: Cookpad Sayur Lodeh This hearty coconut stew is a great Hari Raya tradition made with a variety of vegetables like eggplant, green beans, and long beans, to name a few. It may also include tofu, tempeh, or something else the chef desires. Tumeric may often make its way into the dish, so don't be surprised if you see a version with a yellow tint. It's just to add a little more spice. Go ahead, take a chance. Image from: Tripadvisor Satay Usually, when you don’t know what to have for dinner or as a snack, you can always count on satay. This marinated and grilled meat on a stick is easy to find even on normal days. You can have it during the day as a snack or as dinner. Image from: Asian Inspirations Serunding You have the lemang and ketupat and the gravies that go with both dishes. But, you can also opt for some serunding for a different taste and experience. Depending on the recipe, serunding may be sweet or hot and spicy. Image from: Flickr Kuih Muih When it comes to diversity and indiscrimination, Malay cuisine's kuih muih is the perfect example, but in the form of aesthetically pleasing edibles. Each bite of each kuih is as delicious as the last. Sweet and delicious. Small enough to eat. There you have it: your justification for a post-Raya workout. Image from: Alpha on Flickr Mee Rebus Mee rebus differs from region to region. Terengganu, for example, on Peninsular Malaysia's east coast, has a clear broth. In other parts of Malaysia, mee rebus may be made with dhal, peanuts, and tomatoes cooked in a chicken or prawn broth. This recipe is more similar to the beef broth-based Johor mee rebus. It's also a noodle dish that comes with a flavorful gravy thickened naturally with sweet potatoes. Image from: Stijn Nieuwendijk on Flickr Soto Ayam For some families, soto ayam is a must-have menu for their relatives and guests either on Hari Raya or other festivities. Fans of this yellow, full of spice chicken soup can agree that begedil and sambal kicap have to be in a bowl. Other than that, you can enjoy it with nasi himpit, ketupat, or vermicelli. Image from: Che Nom Masak Lemak Cili Api This vibrant yellow Malaysian curry supposedly originated in Negeri Sembilan. Masak lemak is a pretty versatile dish as you can use chicken, fish, beef or seafood. Plus, the base is always the same coconut milk mixed with fresh turmeric, turmeric leaves, lemongrass, and tamarind slice. Definitely a perfect dish for lunch and dinner! Image from: Cookpad Asam Pedas Another perfect lunch menu for maybe the second day of Hari Raya - the sourness that comes from tamarind and spicy comes from the fresh chillies. There are many varieties of this dish, but traditionally it is prepared with okra, tomatoes, fish, and various seasonings, all cooked in a zesty, rich broth. Image from: Cookpad Ayam Masak Merah You usually find this dish during Malay weddings and also everyday lunch. You can enjoy this dish with a plate of white rice, nasi hujan panas, or nasi tomato. While it shares some basic related spices (cinnamon, cloves, star anise, and chillies) with Chicken Curry, Ayam Masak Merah has its own distinct flavour profile. If it's the texture of the chicken or the tantalising flavours in the sauce, it's distinct. Image from: Cookpad Laksa When you’re going to your friends or relatives open houses, there’s a possibility that they will serve laksa. Usually, the type of laksa served can tell which state the family came from. For instance, asam laksa means the family is from the northern states. But, if the laksa is curry based, the family came from the southern states. So, what are your must-have menu for Hari Raya? Don’t forget to share the joy with others! Oh, if it’s not enough, order je from the NMooMoo app or website, we’re ready to keep your guests happy. Order Now

03 May 2021

How To Boost Your Mood With Coffee Scent

Coffee & Tea

Did you know you can boost your mood with a coffee scent? Here are some ways to boost your mood with a coffee scent.. How To Boost Your Mood With Coffee Scent Nothing says good morning with a hot cup of coffee. And like everything else in life, coffee has its fans and haters. Some blamed coffee as the cause of impotence and madness, while others see it as a heavenly gift for that extra energy boost and mood booster. Drinking coffee is different from smelling coffee for obvious reasons. You know coffee has a natural stimulant called caffeine. Some have 30mg, while others have 300mg of caffeine. This stimulant stimulates the nervous system and boosts brainpower - a cup of coffee can improve your attention and concentration. However, the coffee scent is complex. The compounds in coffee are known to affect the complex aroma and flavour of the coffee. Of course, to get its full effect, you would have to use freshly grounded coffee. You’ve seen the meme “don’t talk to me before I’ve had my coffee”. Because when the strong but pleasing coffee scent hit your scent receptors, it triggers memories and good feelings. No wonder it’s called a pleasure drug. Here’s what you can do at home to spread the aroma of coffee around your house and boost your mood. Image from: Unsplash Coffee Bean Candles or Diffusers Image from: Rebecca Peterson-Hall on Unsplash Obviously, the first choice to make your home smell like a coffee house is to get coffee-scented candles! These heavenly scented candles do work wonders when you want to have that scent lingers in your home. You can either make one or get it from any shop. But, let’s take a look at how you can make a coffee scented candle at home. Here are the things you need to have; a nice decorative cup, a bag of coffee beans, and a vanilla-scented tealight candle. Pour some coffee beans into the cup and put the tealight candle on top of the beans. Whenever you’re ready, light up the candle and enjoy the sweet smell of French vanilla coffee. Alternatively, if you don’t feel like DIY-ing, there are a few stores that you can go to and get as many as coffee-scented candles you need. Air Fresheners Image from: Mae Mu on Unsplash Another way you can get your home smelling like an ‘atas’ coffee house without candles is good-old air fresheners. This method is really simple. Grab one of your clean missing pair of socks and fill it up with whole coffee beans. Though it will not be as strong as the scented candle, you can make these coffee air fresheners if you just want a whiff of coffee whenever you pass by it. Coffee Soaps Image from: Zena on Pixabay If having the aroma of coffee in your living room or bedroom is not enough, you can take this to the next level - in your bathroom. These are the benefits of coffee soap: Calming - antioxidants in coffee beans provide a soothing effect and sense of calm and quiet when applied directly to the skin. Exfoliant and cellulite reduction - the finely ground coffee beans can exfoliate dry skin and dead skin cells and restore them to a more radiant and smooth appearance. Also, coffee stimulates blood flow, improves circulation, hence, your skin appearance. Reduce dark circles - since coffee can dilate the blood vessels under the skin, a coffee soap or non-abrasive face mask can help reduce the appearance of dark circles and puffiness under the eyes for a more illuminated appearance. For first-timer, making your own coffee soap can be intimidating. But, don’t worry, we got you a recipe that we think is easy to follow. To Drink or To Smell, It Doesn’t Matter Image from: Gong TY on Unsplash But, on days when you do more than just smelling coffee, go to our website, or the nmoomoo app to get your coffee fix. Also, if you’re a first time user, we ‘belanja’ RM10 from your first order. Go ahead, order your favourite coffee now! Order Now

04 April 2021

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