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From Good Shepherd ube jam, Sagada coffee, strawberries, and more.
When it comes to reminiscing what we miss most about our lives pre-pandemic, I think it's safe to say that for most of us, it's the opportunity to simply go out for leisure-travel, hang out with
Let’s brocc and roll. (I’m sorry.)
I'm letting you know ahead of time that this article is really just a tribute to my favorite vegetable of all time: broccoli. The best thing about this underrated veggie is the crunch! It adds a whole new dimension to any
Time to test that green thumb.
Tired of endless queues at the grocery? One way to shorten your trips to the supermarket is to grow your own food at home. It's practical, definitely cheaper, and even therapeutic. Keep in mind that even with a lot of TLC,
You'll be helping Benguet farmers who are struggling to sell their produce.
The Veggie Drop-Off, an event that offers fresh and super affordable vegetables, will be in Quezon City from March 7 to 8. The QC Fresh Market is a weekend market held regularly at the Quezon Memorial Circle's QC Fresh
Catch them on their last day on March 1.
An event is making it possible for people to not just get access to fresh and affordable vegetables, but also to help support the livelihood of farmers from La Trinidad, Benguet.The Veggie Drop-Off is a three-day event held at
A nutritionist says so.
There isn't one ~perfect~ diet; people have different body goals, and we don't just mean aesthetically. It's also important to take into account that people don't react to foods the same way. Some can drop weight without trying
Yeah, an 'unhealthy' veggie exists.
You know how when you attempt to start a diet (for the 57th time), you reach for what you think are healthier options? Well beware, because apparently, not all vegetables are created equal. There are actually veggies that make you gain weight,
Also: You'd want to eat more avocados after reading this.
If you think eggplants are the ~filthiest~ thing at the market, you're way off the mark. Strawberries top this year's list of dirtiest produce, according to the newest report from Environmental Working Group (EWG), which uses data collected by the
With a touch of salt, that is.
Celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck claims Victoria Beckham orders only spinach or steamed vegetables when she dines at his upscale restaurant.The celebrity chef has revealed the fashion designer and her former soccer player husband David Beckham are regulars at his popular Cut
Lookin' at you, Cosmo Girl.
Everyone knows fruits and vegetables are an essential part of a daily diet, and yet even the healthiest among us often find it a chore to gobble up the goodness we need. Here are some veggie hacks you can try at home!
Have you heard of 'spiralizing?' It will change your life.
Instagram/inspiralized1. Eat an avocado a day.From boasting cancer fighting carotenoids (organic pigments) to brimming with heart-healthy monounsaturated fatty acids-the avocado really is a diet staple. And new research has further proved this, with scientists from the Hass Avocado
Four hundred grams is a lot, but it's easier than you think.
We've all been advised to eat fruits and vegetables daily, but how much do we need to consume to be healthy? Apparently the number of portions varies from country to country. Most, like Germany, Netherlands, and New Zealand, recommend five portions
Looks like kale is carrying something toxic, too.
People are crazy over kale, the vegetable jam-packed with nutrients like calcium, magnesium, potassium, vitamin K, phytochemicals, and antioxidants. It's been placed in soup and pasta; it's been added to salads or has composed entire salads; it's been
They're not just for fries anymore.
Relaxing Eye PatchRaw potato slices can be placed under the eyes to soothe puffiness and lighten dark circles.Natural CleanserBlend a potato wedge, three cucumber slices, a tablespoon of baking soda, and a bit of water into a paste. Use this as
Gulay is good for you.
There's more to eating vegetables than devouring carrot sticks and bowls of salad. Here are lots of subtle ways to sneakily include greens in your diet. Good news-it includes cake! 1. Bake it. There's the obvious carrot cake, but