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My Breastfriends: My secrets to breastfeeding

Do you breastfeed like me? If you do, then you know all the challenges and some sacrifices that come after it.

Naturally, I’m already blessed with breastmilk supply but this Bullet has a big appetite! 300 more words


Tinapa Salted Egg Pasta

Tinapa has always been one of my favorite fish dishes. So yummy most specially if you paired it with “buro”, camote tops or salted egg. 290 more words


Mussels (with corn and green beans)

I had mussels again.  Using the same recipe (i.e, steaming in a pot with slivers of ginger and NO water), I just added shredded corn and green beans. 109 more words


Monggo gisado w/ malunggay (sauteed mung beans with moringa leaves)

Moringa leaves (Malunggay) is said to be one of the most nutritious leaves out there. Philippines is lucky enough to have them almost everywhere and it’s sold at a very cheap price in the market. 273 more words

Filipino Recipe

Tinolang Manok (Chicken Soup)

Hello world!

It’s 2017 and it has been almost a year since I last posted anything on my blog. Work and dad’s hospitalisation definitely took up a lot of time from writing anything. 399 more words

Filipino Food

The Wonders of Malunggay!

“It is well documented for its nutritional abilities and beneficial in fighting malnourishment.”

Moringa or “malunggay” as commonly known among Filipinos is a plant recognized for its nutritional and medicinal value. 599 more words