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Organic Egg Whites in Your Favorite Foods
Organic Egg Whites in Your Favorite Foods
Eggs are a favorite food throughout the world. In 2013, the production of eggs reached over 68 million tons worldwide. It’s a breakfast staple used for omelets, Eggs Benedict, and as an accompaniment to bacon. It’s one of the three pillars of the Pinoy &l [read more]
When Is Cholesterol Bad?
When Is Cholesterol Bad?
In every Filipino celebration that serves lechon, you might hear an uncle joking about his cholesterol after feasting on the succulent roasted pig. You might also hear remarks about cholesterol when there’s a bag of chicharron around or someone might complain t [read more]
Pork Choice Cuts
Pork Choice Cuts
Filipinos sure love their pork. Whatever the occasion, there is bound to be a pork dish. Birthday? Pork barbecue. Christmas? Ham. Town fiesta? Lechon! Even on a regular day, we still enjoy our pork—tocino for breakfast, sinigang na baboy for lunch, liempo for [read more]
All-Natural Fresh Produce: Available Every Weekend at Healthy Options Stores
All-Natural Fresh Produce: Available Every Weekend at Healthy Options Stores
There’s a lot of debate about what constitutes organic food, but the main point is that it’s produce that wasn’t grown with the help of pesticides, chemical fertilizers, genetic enhancements, and other unnatural means. There is growing support for [read more]
Surprising Disadvantages of Growing Organic Food in the Philippines
Surprising Disadvantages of Growing Organic Food in the Philippines
Choosing organic over non-organic food may seem like a no-brainer. After all, organic food may have a number of benefits such as being more nutrient-rich, having no harmful chemicals from pesticide residues, having no GMOs, and being better for the environment. Howev [read more]
Bringing Home the Bacon: What to Know about Buying Pork
Bringing Home the Bacon: What to Know about Buying Pork
From crispy pata at Sunday lunch to grilled liempo with after-office drinks and whole lechon at practically any festive occasion, Filipinos sure have a lot of love for pork. But it’s not just Pinoys—pork is the most widely eaten meat in the world, account [read more]