Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. That said we tend to eat more during the said meal to keep us fuelled for the day ahead. Though sometimes, we pack in more calories than what we really need.
Regardless of your diet plan, being Pinoy, one of the biggest struggles is to surrender white rice. Health gurus would often just deride it as a cheap energy that your body takes time to process.
But if you grew up loving the familiar starch, combined with a savoy viand, Duru Bulgur is the wisest alternative that can fill any rice-shaped void.
For us Filipinos, rice is life! It would be hard to give it up, especially since we combine it with our favorite viands like beef mechado and chicken adobo. Parting with white rice, put simply, will leave a large, rice-shaped void in any Filipino’s heart, including yours most likely. Regardless, it is a choice that has to be made if you really want to live a healthy lifestyle.
There is some good news nonetheless: Duru Bulgur is now available on local shores. A staple grain in Turkey, Duru (literally “pure and clean”) Bulgur is the most practical alternative to white rice that will help you ease your breakup with an all-time Filipino favorite.
The past year has been tough. Most of us found ourselves stuck in our homes, navigating a new work or school setup and juggling different roles while we wait for better days. It’s not surprising that many of us also feel a bit too burned out. That’s why it’s important to take even the smallest of steps to cope with this new reality for the sake of our mental health.
The approaching holiday season gives us the opportunity to celebrate all the things we are thankful with our families, despite a long and challenging year. Of course, meals are a special part of a Filipino family celebration and this year, why not find ways to make them extra special?
One way to level up your holiday meals is with truffle oil and sauce, a highly versatile ingredient that can significantly enhance the flavor and aroma of a wide variety of dishes. This has been used by restaurants to give ordinary recipes an extra boost in flavor and a unique twist.
Umbria Terra Di Tartufi, an Italian brand distributed by Dygen Food Ventures, Inc., has a roster of artisan products including truffle oils and sauces are made with pure ingredients from the luxuriant area of Valnerina, the green heart of Italy, and do not contain any artificial colors, additives, or preservatives. Their products were created with years of research on the unique and authentic flavor of the truffle.
Umbria Terra Di Tartufi has three variants of truffle oils and sauces – White Truffle Oil, Original Black Truffle Sauce, and Black Truffle Sauce 5%.
Many of us have done a lot of things to get through this season of quarantine – do general cleaning, redecorate the house, explore new habits such as planting, and even spend more time in the kitchen creating dishes for the family.
Mekeni presents a family specialty that is a healthier alternative to your regular longanisa. Mekeni Chicken Longanisa is the healthier longanisa choice in the market. It is made from real chicken meat and certified gluten-free so you and your family can enjoy more, guiltless.
Quaker, the world’s number 1 oatmeal brand, is here to make your quarantine kitchen experiments equally delicious as they are nutritious. Known as a super grain, oats are a natural source of iron, which is essential for building immunity against diseases.
To help you meet or fulfill the daily recommended intake of iron in your body, oats can easily be integrated into your meals. Apart from breakfast, oats can be taken as a complement to savory meals, and of course, can make your desserts a little less sinful, proving its versatility.
Eating healthy during quarantine is not easy. First, we have limited access to ingredients. And if we want to purchase from supermarkets, we have to brave the traffic at EDSA (even during quarantine!), and go through safety measures in order to avoid getting infected by the virus.