NO doubt, life has not been normal ever since the Movement Control Order was implemented last Wednesday.
To curb the virus from spreading, we're asked to stay at home and only go out to buy essentials like food and medicine.
Even that, only the head of families or one person from each family is allowed to leave their home.
But there are ways to make your life simpler for the next 10 days. Order your food from Instagram!
Believe it or not, you can actually get delicious instant-food through Instagram, and get them delivered straight to your doorstep (delivery time varies).
We already have our favourites, maybe they can be yours too.
SAMBAL HITAM MENANGIS
If you love spicy sambal, this is for you. Sambal Hitam Menangis offers a few options - Sambal Hitam Menangis, Sambal Tempoyak Ikan Bilis, Sambal Hijau Terasi, Sambal Merah Cumi and their latest recipe Sambal Ikan Masin Cili Padi. Price at RM16 per bottle of 200gm, the sambal is great with just rice and fried egg.
Located in Taman Permata Hulu Kelang, Food Market is a specialty grocery store selling cakes, cookies, local and cottage industry products, organic and many more. During this tiring times, they offer delivery straight to your doorstep with very minimum charges. They sell all sorts of sambal, food paste, and even kuah rojak.
Craving for creamy salted egg dishes? Cook it yourself with the most easiest and tastiest salted egg powder by Shoshedap. Shoshedap’s Instagram will show you how to make your own delicious dish using just the powder, milk and chicken or your preferred seafood.
FRESH MARKET DELIVERY
Groceries and supermarkets are still too crowded with panic-buying shoppers? No worries, My Market is at your service. For as low as RM45, you can get fresh mix of seafood. They sell meat and chicken too!
From farming their own figs to making fiery sambal and delicious tea, Mutiarafigs has got everything covered. Not only that, the company also makes its own jam and oat cookies using the figs that it grows. Based in Shah Alam, Selangor, the company accepts order for fresh figs as well, perfect for your salad.
Craving for some delicious homemade kaya or coconut jam? Nak Kaya, a home-based business, makes its kaya from scratch using locally-sourced ingredients such as organic pandan leaves and free-range chicken eggs. It's kaya goes well with bread and cream crackers - perfect for a rainy day.