Sunday, May 1, 2016

A circle of dough

I bought a big fat dough nut from the morning market for MYR1 nett.

No sugar coating because the sugar is packed separately and I chose not to eat this with sugar.

Its texture is like bread so this is basically deep fried bread, nothing like those expensive soft melt-in-the-mouth doughnuts from famous overseas chain stores that cost about MYR3 each.

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    1. Nice. Like eating deep fried bread.

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  2. I would like it without sugar too - that is what's been putting me off donuts, the sugar and the sweetness.

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    1. No sugar for you too then. :)

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  3. Oh my... I haven't seen this type of donut in ages! My mom used to buy them from the pasar when I was a kid (and she would not even bother to take the separate sugar packs). Nowadays, fat hopes... "Look at that big lump of flour! Don't eat! Tsk!"

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    1. You tell your mother, "Melentur aur biarlah dari rebung" so when you were a kid, shouldn't have bought this type of donuts.

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  4. My older kid like this kind of doughnut. Nowadays, I give him without sugar too.

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    1. Yes, better eat without sugar.

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  5. I must have sugar la baru sedap. I wonder why some people spelled it as donuts? Must be American English I guess.

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    1. This would answer your question:

      http://grammarist.com/spelling/doughnut-donut/

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  6. I love doughnuts and also prefer without sugar because they spill all over and stick to my lips :(

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    1. You like to eat these plain doughnuts or those expensive fancy ones?

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  7. I love doughnut especially the classic type coated with sugar.

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  8. I remember last time when in primary school, my mom always buy this type of bread for me to have lunch in school.

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    1. With sugar or no sugar when you ate it in school for lunch?

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    2. Usually with sugar, but wait until the lunch time, all the sugar melt already, hahaha...so I also don't whether should I say it with sugar or without sugar.

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    3. With melted sugar then! :)

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