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Eating Organic Foods at Sugarleaf

It’s true that organic foods typically cost more than conventional, but this may be true only in the short-term. After you adopt a healthier lifestyle with healthier food choices, including organics, you may find yourself frequenting the doctor’s office much less and spending less on medications — over the counter and prescriptions — and not to mention a lower chance of being prematurely dead. It’s important to know that organically produced foods have to meet rigorous governing regulations in all aspects of production. It’s labor and management-intensive, usually produced on smaller farms, which don’t benefit from economies of scale. These factors combine, causing the cost to be higher. But as the saying goes, “you get what you pay for.”

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Day 327/365: Wok-Inn’s Famous Sipa

Have you ever heard this food called Sipa? No, its not the famous Filipino sport game sipa or the tagalog word meaning for “to Kick”. But it’s a fried dimsum who looks like the “Sipa”, A thing being used to play the famous Pinoy sport game.

I have tried this Sipa decades ago in Malate, Manila and to date I am glad that Wok-in’s Sipa still do exist. It’s probably their unique sauce or the meat inside? but the recipe is really simple. It’s like a Fried Wonton, with longer wanton wraps.

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Day 321/365: The Best Paella in Town by Casa Goni

As per Marja, Casa Goni Paellas is a small hole in the wall serving down to earth Spanish cuisines that we want everyone to enjoy without spending much.

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Day 319/365: Sugarleaf Makati Intimate Banquets and Healthy Dine-in Meetings

Going beyond the typical fare of hotels & restaurants, Sugarleaf…foods that nourish, a healthy-eats, resto-store along Wilson Street, Greenhills and now in the central business district of Makati City now offers a menus which is truly organic & natural. And because of the absence of artificial preservatives & chemicals, aside from feeding, the food is naturally detoxifying, beautifying & weight-loss inducing!

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Day 314/365: Sugarleaf, A Haven of Health rises in Makati City

Auspiciously healthy was the best way to describe 11-11-11 at 11am when Sugarleaf formally opened the doors of its second branch in Makati City, bringing its unique take on healthy eating and living to denizens of the central business district. A partnership between Sugarleaf, Inc. and the MEDICard Lifestyle Center, the haven of health is located at the ground and second floors of the beautiful new building at the corner of Paseo de Roxas and Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue in Urdaneta Village.

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Day 312/365: AySee, the Sisig Recipe Xtraordinaire

Sisig is one of the most, if not the most, popular Filipino Pulutan Recipes (a dish typically consumed with beer such as San Mig Light or Red Horse Beer). Let me give you some easy Sisig Recipe which is made of Fried pork sautéed in garlic and onions. Best served with fresh egg on top, Mayonnaise with kalamansi and some chili.

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Day 303/365: Malabon’s Best

As early as 9am, we are ready and left our home with my family, brother, sister-in law and her sons and our destination is to visit our old house in Malabon. I am not sure what awaits us, so we first had our lunch at Judy Ann’s Restaurant Malabon. My Uncle Bino actually keeps on boasting their Crispy Pata (Pork Knuckles) and to be honest, I’d been seeing this restaurant for ages but I havent tried it. Anyway, this is time to fill in our tummy’s by Malabon’s Best Hole in a Wall Restaurant- Jamicos Restaurant famous Crispy Pata. Though I am hungry and would like to eat as much as I want, I am actually nervous on this breakthrough that I need to accomplish as soon as possible. We ordered for a Large Crispy Pata, Torta, Pansit Miki-Bihon, Special Fried Rice and Hototay Soup.

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Day 302/365: Masuki, Binondo’s Original Mami and Siopao House

About Masuki Mami Restaurant (formerly known as Ma Kong) was established Ma Chi On in 1930 as a small eatery in Binondo. For more than half a century now, the company has been using the recipe that made it grow to be the restaurant that serves the public with food that epitomizes authenticity and cuisine perfection of a Chinese Mami and Siopao meals. Masuki’s extensive menu composed of siopao, siomai and different variations of mami noodles. Siopao Boy will still offer the same food as Masuki but the company came up with budget sized Mami, Siopao and Siomai to fit everyone’s lifestyle. Aside from the traditional Chinese merienda, Siopao Boy will serve rice toppings and other dimsum variety.

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