10 Foods and Condiments Worth Keeping at Your Desk

FOOD  |  September 02, 2017
  • Yogurt
    1 / 10 Yogurt

    Keep cups of it in your office so that the next time you’re in a rush and can’t have breakfast at home, at least you’ve got yogurt to keep you full.

    (Also Read: Taste Test: Best Store-Bought Yogurt in Singapore)

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  • Honey
    2 / 10 Honey

    Need some sweetness in your coffee or tea? Honey. Want to up your fruit game? Honey. Best part is, it doesn’t expire so you can keep it in the fridge for a long time.

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  • Olive oil
    3 / 10 Olive oil

    Got leftover pasta for lunch? Drizzle a little olive oil after you’ve heated it up to make it less dry.

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  • Peanut butter
    4 / 10 Peanut butter

    Wanted a light but filling snack? Eat some cut-up apples with peanut butter.

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  • Lemons
    5 / 10 Lemons

    Whether it’s for salads or to add into water for a little detoxing, you’ll find use for lemon juice.

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  • Cheese
    6 / 10 Cheese

    A little bit of string cheese goes a long way in elevating your salads, soups and everything else.

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  • Canned tuna or salmon
    7 / 10 Canned tuna or salmon

    Mix lemon juice and soya sauce into your canned tuna or salmon and there you have it, a delicious snack.

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  • High-fibre bread
    8 / 10 High-fibre bread

    A little high-fibre bread can help keep you full for longer.

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  • Almonds
    9 / 10 Almonds

    Almonds are great for a snack and can be easily added into yogurt.

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  • Light soya sauce
    10 / 10 Light soya sauce

    The great thing about soya sauce is that it’s flavourful and slightly salty too. It helps to add a little flavour to rice dishes and so much more. Go for a reduced salt version, as that’s healthier.

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