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Philippine Cuisine: Sago’t Gulaman

Summer is near and the humid temperature enters slowly like a creeping samurai on the loose. In a tropical county like the Philippines, the climate makes everyone sweat. That is why Philippines is well-liked by foreign visitors during the summertime.

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Philippine Cuisine:  Salabat

Having a drink that would not only quench your thirst but also provide excellent health and wellness is truly a satisfaction. That is probably the reason why Salabat is a famous drink for Filipinos during the cold month of December,

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Filipino Shakes

It’s March and the sweltering heat of the summer (if you are in the tropics) is here again. As the local authorities begin to remind us about fire prevention, it is also important to keep ourselves cool whether indoors or

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2 Yummy Milk Recipes – Strawberry Milkshake and Pastillas

Today, we feature two kinds of recipe with milk as the main ingredient. One is a milkshake with an ingredient that is quite foreign to Philippines’ tropical climate – strawberries. Found in the highlands of Benguet, a province several hours

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5 Thirst Quenching Drinks Pinoy Loves

The Philippines is a tropical country with one scorching hot summer. Though the wind blows on some parts of the country, the temperature sometimes reaches up to a skin-blanching 40 degrees Celsius. Although we can wholly blame climate change for

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Philippine Cuisine: Ampalaya Juice

There is an existing irony about foods, especially those which do not look and taste good. They say that the most unpleasant-looking/tasting food offers the most nutritional benefits. True or False? This is true in Philippine Cuisine. Talk about durian,

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Philippine Cuisine: Tempting Tuba

If you ever happen to visit the Philippine countryside, you somehow noticed or maybe tasted a peculiar reddish-brown alcoholic drink inside bottles, plastic containers, and earthen jars. Of course, if you’re a tourist and used to live in a city,

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Taho

Infamous as an ‘on the go’ snack, the Taho is every Filipino’s childhood treat. Best eaten hot and straight up, this particular Filipino food is light, sweet and Filipino in every sip. Others spoon it while others sip it directly

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Philippine Cuisine: Calamansi Juice

Ready for summer? Beat the heat with the freshest Filipino recipes i.e. spritzers you could ever have. Try this year round staple and appreciate the sweet and sour explosion in your palate. Enjoy our local version of the infamous lemonade

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