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  #41 Old 03-07-2010 Default Re: Learning to cook Malaysian dishes when you are studying abroad

gosh I wish my mum would let me use the oven for baking
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  #42 Old 03-07-2010 Default Re: Learning to cook Malaysian dishes when you are studying abroad

Haha. It's hard to imagine that Milo that is everywhere in Malaysia is not easily accessible in western countries.
But I ♥ Milo! Milo FTW! Haha.
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  #43 Old 03-07-2010 Default Re: Learning to cook Malaysian dishes when you are studying abroad

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Haha. It's hard to imagine that Milo that is everywhere in Malaysia is not easily accessible in western countries.
But I ♥ Milo! Milo FTW! Haha.
o_O Milo is one of the most common things you'll see in Chinese supermarkets here in the UK.
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o_O Milo is one of the most common things you'll see in Chinese supermarkets here in the UK.
Nice to hear that Thanks!
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  #45 Old 03-07-2010 Default Re: Learning to cook Malaysian dishes when you are studying abroad

How about availability of Milo in USA? :/
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  #46 Old 03-07-2010 Default Re: Learning to cook Malaysian dishes when you are studying abroad

I can cook only chicken burget, pizza, gingers & fries thats it..
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  #47 Old 03-07-2010 Default Re: Learning to cook Malaysian dishes when you are studying abroad

maggi goreng: buy indomie mi goreng (seems to be available everywhere =S) and fry! add chopped shallots and garlic, add the seasoning they provided, add your pre cooked noodles and *poof* maggi goreng hehe
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