I agree the point that different people have different definition of “healthy”, my aunt define it as vegetarian food! According to her, there are quite a number of health disadvantage of consuming meat. Not sure how true that is though…
Well…to me healthy food means they must be fresh and as little unnecessary preservative as possible, whether they are yummy it doesn’t matter to me everytime. But I do believe that healthy food can be tasty too, it all depends on where the ingredients are from and how food are prepared!
Lately I’ve been introduced to a noodles brand (Kang Kang) by my aunt.
At first, to me noodles are just noodles, but its not! I’ve also tried their instant prawn mee, inside contains fresh noodles, shallots, and prawn paste. And guess what? It doesn’t have that bitter aftertaste I get usually! I feel that it’s healthy (due to the way they are made I think), so yummy, totally suits my preference
But obviously prawn noodles aren't the healthiest food around, but this is the best version I can find.