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Eat wholemeal bread and win a $6,000 holiday plus cash!

Sunday, April 12, 2015

I will almost always choose wholemeal bread over white bread as it is a healthier choice although it costs more:

Wholemeal bread is nutritious because it is made from whole wheat flour produced from milling the entire wheat grain. 

You get all the nutrients – dietary fibre, antioxidants such as vitamins A and E, essential minerals and B vitamins (B1, B2, B3, folic acid) from the bran (the grain’s outer layer) and germ (inner layer).

In addition, whole grains also contain phytochemicals which may help to reduce risk for conditions such as heart disease and certain types of cancer. 


Now, there is an added incentive for me to choose wholemeal bread from Gardenia. What is it? OK lah. Got good lobang must share.


Gardenia Wholemeal Bread packaging.

Closing date: 15 June 2015.

1st Prize: $6,000 Holiday Package + $2,000 cash!
Made some sandwiches:


Tuna, cheese and margarine sandwich.
I always make at least 4 at one go.
Keep refrigerated and bring one to work each day.

If I don't win, I hope one of you do. Good luck. :)

Disclosure: 
Buying Gardenia bread will benefit AK as he is a shareholder of QAF's.

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1. Supporting my companies.
2. QAF: Rising 5c to 93c a share.

9 comments:

Passive Income Builder said...

Not cos of qaf too? ;)

E H said...

If those cheese are those of the individually wrapped type, it would be wise to unwrap them when you are about to eat it. Your method of food preparation increases the chance of the bacteria listeria proliferating. They are common in dairy products and thrive between temperature range of 4 to 37 degrees. Convenience vs hygiene dude.

AK71 said...

Hi E H,

Thanks for the heads up. I went and read up on this. I don't keep the sandwiches in the fridge for more than a couple of days usually. So, it should be OK. :)

Reference:
http://www.foodsafety.gov/poisoning/causes/bacteriaviruses/listeria/

yeh said...

hi AK
u working part time now? 8 to 12pm?

imdna said...

Your office got fridge? Store your cheese and stuff there so you can make your sandwiches fresh everyday.

Just label "Property of AK - Do Not Touch".

Good idea?

AK71 said...

Hi yeh,

I work half day or some say two third day most of the time now. ;)

AK71 said...

Hi imdna,

When people are hungry, they just eat. They don't care whose it is. LOL. ;p

Thanks for the idea though. I thought of it before but decided not to take the chance. ;p

E H said...

Such is your faith in your colleagues :P

yeh said...

AK
dont prepare so much sandwiches and keep in fridge. not very healthy.

you can afford to eat something more healthier:)

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