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REVIEW ON KRACIE FUWARINKA BEAUTY ROSE CANDY

Hi beautifuls,

I caved and bought the 🌹Kracie Fuwarinka Beauty Rose Candy after seeing it in one of the malls and I need candies.  This is a candy that is good for your skin and body scent. Basically, an edible deodorant.

I am always amazed at how thoughtful some companies put into products.  This Japanese candies make deodorant unnecessary and it doesn't cause breakouts.

Kracie Fuwarinka Beauty Rose Candy
Kracie Fuwarinka Beauty Rose Candy

Kracie Fuwarinka Beauty Rose Candy
Kracie Fuwarinka Beauty Rose Candy

Kracie Fuwarinka Beauty Rose Candy
Kracie Fuwarinka Beauty Rose Candy

Kracie Fuwarinka Beauty Rose Candy
Kracie Fuwarinka Beauty Rose Candy


Kracie Fuwarinka Beauty Rose Candy
Ingredients:
Sugar, dextrin, vegetable oil, reduced syrup, gelatin, starch / sorbitol, acidulant, vitamin C, thickening agent (gum arabic), Perfume, emulsifier, coloring matter (anthocyanin, gardenia), hyaluronic acid

Kracie Fuwarinka Beauty Rose Candy is 32g resealable bag.  Inside there are pink colour balls candies. A low calories candies at 129 calories per bag.

As for  the ingredients. it contains gelatin so it is not for vegans or vegetarians.  Also it is produced in factories that handle milk and wheat too so it can traces of that.

It has 500 mg of collagen, 0.1 mg of hyaluronic acid and 200 mg of vitamin C in the pink candies.  Some people argue that eating collagen is useless but there are some people who has collagen with hyaluronic acid and vitamin C shows speeding up in healing.  So, whether to believe it or not is up to you. Dextrin is actually starch from cornstarch and also is a dietary fiber which have a beneficial role in overall health. 

The scent comes from damask rose oil if wonder what perfume they are using.   It is biodegradable ingredient that is safe to use and minimal human and environmental toxicity.  As for colouring they use food colouring which is Anthocyanin which is a type of flavonoid that antioxidant effects and gardenia which is a safe white food colouring.


😍Kracie Fuwarinka Beauty Rose Candy greeted me with sweet rose scent upon opening.  The candies are hard pink shell with the inside a soft sour candy.  Taste is sweet and then turns sourish but too strong with hint of fruity scent.  It makes my whole mouth smell of roses and my breath smell like roses.  I really enjoy this candies as it is delicious and not sweet like normal candies do.
As Kracie uses damask rose oil, it contains geraniol so eating at least 5 of it makes me smell like rose.  I normally have to use deodorant but when I was eating it basically I don't smell rancid and there is no need to use deodorant.  I do need to wait for after 30 minutes to 1 hour to notice difference in the scent of my body.  Eating one tiny colour ball won't do anything so make sure to eat about 5 balls to see effect.  The rose scent on me lasted about a day and duration varies from one person to another.


Overall Kracie Fuwarinka Beauty Rose Candy is really nice candies that act as deodorant which is safe for you. Calories is also low which is really nice.  If you can't carry liquid, this is a good option to smell nice and safe for your body.



Product retails for
Kracie Fuwarinka Beauty Rose Candy at the Kracie OnlineShop   1200yen (usd9.98) for 10bags
Made in Japan.


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FOOD REVIEW ON SAMYANG KIMCHI, BULGOGI,TOPOKKI, JJANG

Hi Korean instant noodles lover,


Samyang is famous for that Samyang Hot Chicken Flavour that makes your stomachs feel like it is on fire. If you personally cannot stomach spiciness like I do, then you will be glad to know that Samyang came out with four new flavours now. Bulgogi, Jjajang, Topokki and Kimchi flavours. Bulgogi and JJang are both stir fried noodles. Topokki and Kimchi are both noodle soup. Their noodles are Halal certified with the stamp at the lower bottom right of the packaging so it is suitable for Muslims too. The package is 80g for one packet and contains 5 packets in one bag.

Samyang Kimchi instant noodles
Samyang Kimchi
Samyang Kimchi instant noodles
Samyang Kimchi instant noodles


Samyang Kimchi instant noodles
Samyang Kimchi instant noodles


Kimchi noodle soup is my favourite since I love the taste of kimchi and this just reminds me of it. The broth smells of nice kimchi flavour. It does look spicy but it isn't. It has a slight hint of very mild spiciness at the end of slurping the soup which is really enjoyable. I love the kimchi soup which has the right amount of sourness and slight sweetness. The noodles are so heavenly amazing. The noodles is small and looks normal but it sure has a splendid smoothness with the just the right amount of bouncy texture that makes slurping up the noodles a pleasant unique experience. Unlike some local instant noodles, the noodles does not expand and becomes soggy. I find it easy to chew even when it is for someone over 50 years old and for little children. 5/5 rating for me. A must try noodles.



Samyang Topokki instant noodles
Samyang Topokki instant noodles


Samyang Topokki instant noodles
Samyang Topokki instant noodles
Topokki flavour is the same as eating the real topokki. The soup is a bit thicker than the kimchi one and is more spicy with more sweetness. It is nice for those that love Korean Topokki since this remind me the exact taste of it. This is a mild Topokki since some Korean topokki can be really spicy. So if you love topokki, try this out. 4/5 rating since I think the sweet taste can be tone down more. A friend of mine love the noodles a lot but she agrees with me that the sugar sweetness should be tone down a bit.

Samyang Jjajang instant noodles
Samyang Jjajang instant noodles

Samyang Jjajang instant noodles
Samyang Jjajang instant noodles
Jjajang is black beans sauce noodles that is a stir fried noodles. This Korean black bean sauce noodles appears on the Korean drama. If you love Jajangmyeon (자장면) or jjajangmyeon (짜장면) then you will like this. This is not spicy at all and it is sweet just like the real jjanjangmyeon so try it out. Again loving the noodles which is really soft, bouncy and it is just so so good going down from my stomach from my throat. it is the noodles for those that cannot eat any spiciness in it4/5 rating .
Samyang Bulgogi instant noodles
Samyang Bulgogi instant noodles


Samyang Bulgogi instant noodles
Samyang Bulgogi instant noodles
Bulgogi flavour is stir fried noodles which has the flavour of marinated slices of beef grilled on a barbecue or on a stove-top griddle. Again the noodles has just the perfect texture that I had eaten in the past and makes me crave the noodles. It has the nice blend of beef scent, slight sweetness and a hint of spiciness which is really very mild. So, if you are the type that can eat only slight spiciness, then this is the right one. Again love love the noodles which is small, great nice smoothness with bouncy texture that makes eating the noodles pleasurable. It doesn't turn soggy at all.
Overall, I would give 5/5 for this.


As for my favourite among the four new flavours, it would be the Samyang Kimchi for the noodles soup and the Bulgogi for the stir fried noodles. Yumm, now let me go and buy the new flavours that is already out. If you are absolute people who can only accept slight mild spiciness or zero spiciness, then do check these new flavours out. They are really delicious.





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FOOD REVIEW ON FU MAN RESTAURANT, TANJUNG MALIM, MALAYSIA

Hi foodies,

Today is a review on restaurant where most people will stop at when they are going to the North.  It is a Chinese restaurant that serves mostly rice called Restaurant Fu Man.  This is not a sponsored food review since I paid for the food. Read on to see if it is worth the money.

Restaurant Fu Man
Restaurant Fu Man 


Restaurant Fu Man
Restaurant Fu Man 



Restaurant Fu Man
Restaurant Fu Man 

Restaurant Fu Man
Restaurant Fu Man 

Restaurant Fu Man-kau yuk pork belly with taro
kau yuk pork belly with taro

Restaurant Fu Man
beancurd 


Restaurant Fu Man
rice at Restaurant Fu Man

The interior of the restaurant is pretty simple. You can't see the kitchen which is hidden away from the view of the restaurant.  The tables are pretty near each other so if you can actually listen to the conversation of the people next door.

As for the food, the choice is very limited. They are more popular with order of food for one person only which is very expensive if you add it all up.  There is no menu given for you to pick the dishes. So, you basically don't know the price of the food until you pay for the food.  They won't also make the effort to cook something that is not in their choice of 5 types of meat dishes, 5 types of vegetables dishes, 5 types of chicken dishes, 5 types of bean curd dishes.

We have beancurd and kau yuk (pork belly with taro).  The bowl of beancurd is just beancurd, few slices of green pepper, two slices of carrot, three thin slices of Chinese mushroom, three cauliflower and one baby corn into two. There isn't any pork or meat inside it.  The taste is average as the bean curd is dried and kept for too long. cauliflower is not wash and it has the even black one on it.

As for the kau Yuk, there are five slices of thin pork meat and five thin slices of taro (yam).  There is coriander on top.  The meat is cooked of medium tenderness.  The yam sauce is okay. Overall, not really something that I would order again or pinning for it.

The rice is more than expensive than other restaurant at RM 1.59 but they use rice of the lower quality too.

As for the service in the Restaurant Fu Man, it is slow and bad.  I waited for about 15minutes and another 40minutes before the food is served. There wasn't even many patrons to be honest and I wonder what is it taking that long for two simple dishes. 

To be honest, it is even worst when I wanted to pay since no one sees my hand raised up in the air for 10 minutes waiving.  In the end, I had to go to the counter and pay it myself.

As mentioned there isn't many to choose for as everything mentioned are very expensive.  Who have the time to eat abalone or sea cucumber when people are just passing by that road during travelling up north?  The people in the next table was also taking so long to choose to eat since all the common dishes are not there and all they recommend are those expensive dishes.

Overall, Restaurant Fu Man is not a place that I would go again since food is not really worth the wait.  I don't like the service too. Basically paying for something that is not worth the money. Head to Slim River for dinner or before 12pm which has better restaurants with better food than in Tanjung Malim.





Restaurant Fu Man 39 ,Jalan U1,Taman Universiti, Tanjong Malim, Perak, Malaysia



Food items priced at:

There is GST of 6% charged.
Beancurd RM13.78
Pork RM25.44
Rice RM1.59
Drink per bottle RM3.18



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FOOD REVIEW ON 梅菜包 MR.BLACK HAND MADE PAU 小黑手工包点

Hi foodies,

Malaysia is full with varieties of food and when you are in a country like these, it is hard not to gain weight.  Here a review on the popular steamed bun place to eat in Tanjung Sepat called Mr.Black.

It is one of the very popular and hyped up place that people go for the bun in Malaysia after it was featured in the Malaysian popular eating program.  Honestly, it was so highly raved up by people so out of curiosity I just have to try it out.


 梅菜包 Mr. Black Hand-Made Pau 小黑手工包点

梅菜包 Mr. Black Hand-Made Pau 小黑手工包点

 梅菜包 Mr. Black Hand-Made Pau 小黑手工包点

梅菜包 Mr. Black Hand-Made Pau 小黑手工包点

 梅菜包 Mr. Black Hand-Made Pau 小黑手工包点

梅菜包 Mr. Black Hand-Made Pau 小黑手工包点

 梅菜包 Mr. Black Hand-Made Pau 小黑手工包点

梅菜包 Mr. Black Hand-Made Pau 小黑手工包点
 梅菜包 Mr. Black Hand-Made Pau 小黑手工包点

梅菜包 Mr. Black Hand-Made Pau 小黑手工包点
 梅菜包 Mr. Black Hand-Made Pau 小黑手工包点

梅菜包 Mr. Black Hand-Made Pau 小黑手工包点 black beans soya

 梅菜包 Mr. Black Hand-Made Pau 小黑手工包点 Braised Preserved Mustard  steamed bun (Mui Choy) 梅菜 包

Braised Preserved Mustard  steamed bun (Mui Choy) 梅菜 包

 梅菜包 Mr. Black Hand-Made Pau Braised Preserved Mustard  steamed bun (Mui Choy) 梅菜 包

Braised Preserved Mustard  steamed bun (Mui Choy) 梅菜 包

 梅菜包 Mr. Black Hand-Made Pau 小黑手工包点 fried 叉燒包

梅菜包 Mr. Black Hand-Made Pau fried ĺ‰ç‡’ĺŒ…


 梅菜包 Mr. Black Hand-Made Pau 小黑手工包点 fried 叉燒包

梅菜包 Mr. Black Hand-Made Pau fried bun fried ĺ‰ç‡’ĺŒ…

梅菜包 Mr. Black Lo Mai gai  糯米雞 (chinese sticky chicken rice/steamed glutinous rice with chicken)

梅菜包 Mr. Black Lo Mai gai (chinese sticky chicken rice/steamed glutinous rice with chicken)

First of all, do not bring food from the outside to eat inside this place as you will get charged.  It doesn't matter if you are paying for their drinks or other things.

This Mr. Black Hand-Made Pau that I went is the second outlet and not the main one.
梅菜包 Mr. Black Hand-Made Pau 小黑手工包点 in this shop is pretty small and only fit about 3 tables and the tables are pretty near each other.  Tables are so small and not really comfortable to sit around.

Service is very fast when they are taking the order. The food comes in about 15minutes later depending on what you order.  The menu comes written in only Chinese Characters so if you cannot read Chinese it is hard since the shop only cater to Chinese.  However, when it comes to paying, you have to go the counter yourself as they seems to just ignore my hand no matter how many times I raised my hand.

As for the environment, honestly I don't think it is hygienic as there are so many house flies flying around and the lady boss seems to just ignore it.

Let's talk about the food item.  There aren't many selection in this shop since their star food is bun.  Other than bun they have nasi lemak which is price from RM 4 to RM6.50.  Mr. Black pride themselves as handmade bun.  In my opinion, it is only handmade at the last procedure which is putting in the filling inside the famous bun.  The rest are all done by using machine and oven.

Anyway, do not order the expensive Lo Mai gai (steamed glutinous rice with chicken) because it is too sticky to the point of feeling icky, the chicken is very tiny, the rice is laden with too much black pepper powder and it is very small for the price.

Braised Preserved Mustard steamed bun (Mui Choy) 梅菜 包 is their most famous bun here.  The bun consist of only preserved mustard with no pork or anything else.  It is not salty and the amount of filling is okay.  The bun is okay.  The bun is pure white which I suspect something but then I shall not say anything since I might get murdered or sued later for this.  I am just a poor blogger with no 'powder' for anything. 

Fried pork bun fried ĺ‰ç‡’ĺŒ… get charged extra RM0.50 for being fried so it depends on you. The size is the same of the usual bun.  The filling is the usual pork inside which is nothing exceptional.  What is nice is the crispy outside and the soft inside of the bun without any oiliness.  This is one of the bun that one can try but don't have sky high expectation.

I ordered black beans soya and it is just okay. The cup is those beer cup and the taste is just average. It is in fact slightly thin since it is mixed with lots of ice to thin down the drink. It does have a slight scent of soya beans.

Overall, 梅菜包 Mr. Black Hand-Made Pau 小黑手工包点  is just a place I went all because it was so much hyped up by people.  I wouldn't want to go there again probably because of the flies flying around and just average buns.  The price of the bun is okay. (not cheap and not expensive)



梅菜包 Mr. Black Hand-Made Pau 小黑手工包点
Jalan Banting Tanjung Sepat | Off Sepang-Morib Road, Tanjong Sepat 42800, Malaysia

梅菜包 Mr. Black Hand-Made Pau 小黑手工包点 (the outlet that I went)
Pekan Tanjung Sepat, 42800 Tanjong Sepat, Selangor





Food prices:
Lo Mai gai (chinese sticky chicken rice/steamed glutinous rice with chicken) RM4.50
fried bun fried ĺ‰ç‡’ĺŒ… RM 3.30
Braised Preserved Mustard  steamed bun (Mui Choy) 梅菜 包 RM2.80
black beans soya RM2.50
Cofee RM1.40 (small) RM1.80 (big) RM2.50 (cold)
Drinks are around RM 1.40 to RM4.50



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FOOD REVIEW: I EAT A CARNIVOROUS PITCHER PLANT

Hi foodies,

Truly, Asia is a place with varieties of cuisine and food.  We have food that some find it hard to stomach.  Food ingredients such as sea cucumber is deemed as one of the greatest food for beauty and staying young but the looks may make some run to the nearest exit.

Today, I am eating carnivorous Pitcher plants lemang which looks more like lunch fit for Tarzan. I bought it to try for science and to show my love of Asian food 😅.  So if I don't have any new post after this, it means that I had probably died a horrifying death.  Honestly, who are not terrified after watching all those hungry gross plant eating horror movies and now eating one?????

eat carnivorous Pitcher plants lemang





carnivorous Pitcher plants lemang
cooked carnivorous Pitcher plants
carnivorous Pitcher plants lemang
cooked pitcher plant

carnivorous Pitcher plants lemang
cooked carnivorous Pitcher plants lemang

carnivorous Pitcher plants lemang
cooked carnivorous Pitcher plants lemang


Pitcher plant refers to species of Nepenthes and the Sarraceniaceae with about 170 species.  It is characterized by the pitfall traps which look like pitcher with a closure at the top.  It lures insects into the pitcher trap with sweet nectar and then drown the insect with the liquid which is called phytotelmata.  Yup, basically I am eating a bug trap plant.

Just like the Pokemon Victreebel and Bellsprout it is a genuinely terrifying looking thing. However, it recently became a really popular as one of the traditional dish served during Hari Raya Puasa(a festival) to replace Lemang which is a traditional food made of glutinous rice, coconut milk, salt which is cooked in a hollowed bamboo stick lined with banana leaves. It is also a food eaten by the Bidayuh in Sarawak.

I think the one I have here is the Nepenthes species. I am not sure how this one look like in reality since it would means I need to go deep into the tropical forest to hunt for one 😓😰 . That is if I am not abducted by some forest aliens or eaten by wild beasts first.

Anyway, here inside this cooked Pitcher plant glutinous rice lemang.  Hopefully this one has not become graveyard to too many insects or bugs.😰

Inside is the glutinous rice cooked in coconut milk and salt.  It is easily removed by just cutting it with a knife or I can just tear the skin out like a Hulk.

It tastes the same as glutinous rice with coconut milk wrapped with banana leaves.  If you served it to me without the pitcher plant, I won't even know that it is cooked inside this carnivorous plant.  The glutinous rice is delicious on its own and it would be even better with chicken curry. The glutinous rice is soft with smell of banana leaves.  There is no bitterness in it.  I would eat it again if I am able to find it again because it is a rare traditional food.  I do need those magic spell from Harry Potter to remove that particular strands of nightmare memories from watching too much plant eating human movies.

So, the next time you are in South East Asia and you are lucky to come across this pitcher plant glutinous rice is around, do try it out.  It is sure better than Durian which is another love of mine for those adventurous people out there.


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I bought it for RM6 per pitcher plant depending on size.
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FOOD REVIEW ON JIANG KANG SEAFOOD RESTAURANT KUANTAN MALAYSIA

Hi,

It has been long since I updated any travelling and food review.  Here is a review on one of the most famous place to eat in Kuantan and some photos around Kuantan, Malaysia.

Kuantan is a city in Pahang, Malaysia.  It has many theme cafes and restaurants to visit but since I was just there for a moment, I didn't managed to do much other than shop and eat.

Here is a food review on the Jiang Kang Seafood Restaurant Kuantan, Malaysia which house one of the Top 10 chicken rice in Kuantan.  I didn't eat the chicken rice actually but there are other food that I ate here.

So, here is the photos of the Kuantan,Malaysia trip.


Kuantan,Malaysia

The views from most of the trip to to Kuantan, Malaysia. Majority of the road you will notice something like this.  It is jungle where you could find wild life there so not recommended to go in.

Kuantan,Malaysia
Side of the road

Jiang Kang Seafood Restaurant Kuantan, Malaysia
Jiang Kang Seafood Restaurant Kuantan, Malaysia
Here is the Jiang Kang Seafood Restaurant Kuantan, Malaysia.  It is actually near the bus stop.


Jiang Kang Seafood Restaurant Kuantan, Malaysia
curry mee stall at Jiang Kang Seafood Restaurant Kuantan, Malaysia
Here is the curry mee stall inside the Restaurant. It is at the end corner of the restaurant.

curry mee at Jiang Kang Seafood Restaurant Kuantan, Malaysia
curry mee
It is RM5.50 for this huge bowl of curry noodles.  It is totally worth it because I couldn't finish it because there is so much inside the noodles.  3 huge pieces of fish tofu skin slices, one big tofu, a lot of char siew (pork) and one huge ping pong size pork ball.  There is a lot of noodles and not the typical little few strands of what I mostly get in other places.  The ingredients are fresh and of good quality.  I was too stuff to be even walked because it is just so filling.  The curry is also great with the fragrant of spices and coconut milk.  I really recommend checking it out.

Jiang Kang Seafood Restaurant Kuantan, Malaysia
milo drink
If you see that face of mine,  you would know why I am so shocked.  There is prices stated on the board in Chinese for the drinks at the stalls.  All I could say is the drinks are just too expensive. Seriously RM2.90 for Milo at a Chinese restaurant is too shocking for me. Normally it is price at RM1.80 at most.  I do not recommended to order drinks here. It is not really worth to order the drinks at the cup is small and very expensive.
You can just top the money and eat something really fulfilling than water which will just bloat you away.  I mean just the cheapo in me saying things like this. 😎

Jiang Kang Seafood Restaurant Kuantan, Malaysia
Fried Kueh Teow stall at Jiang Kang Seafood Restaurant Kuantan, Malaysia
Fried Kueh Teow stall at Jiang Kang Seafood Restaurant Kuantan, Malaysia
Fried Kueh Teow stall at Jiang Kang Seafood Restaurant Kuantan, Malaysia
The portion is not that big but the quality of the Fried Kueh Teow stall is really good here. There plenty of prawns which are cleaned properly, fresh and delicious.  The bean sprouts are cooked to perfection as I eat it. Normally I don't eat bean sprout as most people do not cook it properly but the one in this Fried Kueh Teow stall is just so good.  It is worth the price of RM6 as prawn is very expensive and having it so many inside this fried kueh teow makes it worth it. I asked not to include the cockles as I don't eat them. The portion is bigger than what I normally get in Chinese restaurant.  I would recommend it for sure.

Berjaya Kuantan Mall, Malaysia
Berjaya Megamall, Kuantan
Berjaya Megamall Kuantan is one of the malls in Kuantan, Malaysia. It is really small actually.  I think most people actually go to the East Coast Kuantan Malls which is 5minutes from this mall.  The three malls are all near each other actually.

Kuantan, Malaysia
Kuantan, Malaysia

Kuantan, Malaysia
Kuantan, Malaysia

Kuantan, Malaysia
The river in Kuantan

Kuantan, Malaysia
the road in Kuantan

House in Kuantan
Here is picture of one of the type of house in Kuantan.  This is the house that they build on their own land.  This kind of houses are mostly for those that could afford their own land.  Houses in big cities are mostly condominium, apartments, semi detached or bungalow and are not like this.   No we do not live on trees.

Kuantan, Malaysia

Just pictures along the road. That is coconut trees.

Kuantan, Malaysia
bus stop

Kuantan, Malaysia
Kuantan, Malaysia
Here is the end of the trip out of Kuantan, Pahang Malaysia. The word "Daulat Tuanku" is a prayer that the country will continue on being blessed by the Sultan.  Now, when we see this, it means we are out of that particular states.
Hope you enjoy my short travel log.  Let me know if you like something like more.😊


Jiang Kang Seafood Restaurant
LOT 8928 Lorong Seri Teruntum139,Jalan Bukit Ubi,
25150 Kuantan, Malaysia



Food prices:
Curry noodles Rm5.50
Fried kuew teow RM6
Drinks RM2-RM5

Jiang Kang Seafood Restaurant Kuantan, Malaysia (not Halal)

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