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Sarap ng tinola! Kaso magkaka-allergy ako diyan.
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reg9688 wrote:


gawa ni xemperds


XEM XEM! ipagluto mo ako nyan pls..ahhaha
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GUTOM nA AKO! Sa Nutri class pala namin yan...
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GUTOM nA AKO! Sa Nutri class pala namin yan...


wow.,isa ka sa mga nag prepare/nagluto nyan @pags?

sarap naman! nakakagutom tuloy.hehe
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reg9688 wrote:


pagtureuy wrote:



GUTOM nA AKO! Sa Nutri class pala namin yan...


wow.,isa ka sa mga nag prepare/nagluto nyan @pags?

sarap naman! nakakagutom tuloy.hehe


yup yup ate reg...ahahha..napagod nga ako..LOL
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patingin tingin lang
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nako nakakagutom nanaman,
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kakagutom >____>
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eto favorite ko. Sinigang. :)


Sinigang is traditionally tamarind based. Other versions of the dish derive their sourness from ingredients such as guava, calamansi, bilimbi, or raw mango among others.[1] Powdered soup base or bouillon cubes for sinigang based on tamarind or calamondin are also used in place of natural fruits.[2] Vinegar is not used for making sinigang sour. A similar dish made with vinegar as the primary souring ingredient would tend to be categorized as paksiw in Philippine cuisine.

Meat in sinigang (e.g., fish, pork, shrimp, or beef) is often stewed with tamarinds, tomatoes, and onions. Other vegetables commonly used in the making of sinigang include okra, taro corms (gabi), daikon (labanos), water spinach (kangkong), yardlong beans (sitaw) and eggplant (talong). Most Filipinos like to cook sinigang with green finger pepper in order to enhance the taste while adding a little spice to the dish.
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Posted 5/17/11
BURGER STEAK!!!
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sasarap nyan penge nga
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nakakataktakam naman yan
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