Deep down, you know the truth. Any lunch you make yourself will taste 17 times better than the Cai Peng from that expensive economic rice stall.
Be careful not to fall into the habit of eating out daily. You may be spending close to $70 per week on lunches alone, and tossing a bag full of packaging, containers, and plastic flatware into the garbage each day. Meanwhile, the groceries you bought from Sheng Siong over the weekend are spoiling. Also it’s well-documented that we eat more fat and sodium when we eat out, so wonder no more when you find yourself feeling sluggish in the afternoon.