Two things to look forward to over the next two weekends: the Plant to Plate tour on June 13, where we will learn more about the rice we eat daily with our meals and how to make organic fertilizers (all to the tune of “Magtanim ay ‘Di Biro”), and a community kitchen in Cavite on June 21, where Char, Nayna, and I will cook a vegetarian meal and show the guests some vegetarian cooking techniques to introduce more plant-based recipes into their diets. 232 more words
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I’m really not good at this food blogging thing, I’m beginning to realize. I enjoy cooking and practically beg people to let me into their kitchen to cook, but I am such a laggard when it comes to taking photos. 230 more words
These are the carefully selected vegetables found in every juice.
MALUNGGAY (MORINGA OLIFERA)
Malunggay leaves was once considered a “poor man’s vegetables” but now it is known as a “miracle tree” and “nature’s medicine cabinet” by scientists and health care workers from around the world. 2,897 more words
The ubiquitous camote plant. Everywhere I walk in our neighborhood, chances are I will always come upon a patch of camote plants, either growing wild in an empty lot or deliberately planted in a home-style garden for that household’s consumption. 239 more words