As a child my family's menu consisted of two choices: take it or leave it. ~Buddy Hackett

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Malunggay Food Festival

We recently had an exciting activity in Imus. As part of the activity, I've decided to call it "malunggay food festival" because all the food and drinks we have prepared contains malunggay as one of the ingredients.

According to Wikipedia, malunggay is a nutritious green leafy vegetable.

"Malunggay has potential to improve nutrition, boost food security, foster rural development, and support sustainable landcare.[2] It may be used as forage for livestock, a micronutrient liquid, a natural anthelmintic and possible adjuvant."
So, here are some of the food with malunggay that we have prepared.







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5 comments:

Ricky Ng said...

Wow! The food looked yummy! Thank you for sharing the food photos. I remember our recent vacation in Cavite. We have visited the best Cavite resorts. My cousins, who just arrived from Canada, enjoyed the Adult Pool at Watercamp Resort in Cavite.

Jolly Princess said...

I love Malunggay. Very nutritious!

Karenade said...

Wow! I really like reading posts about Malunggay dishes. By the way, where's exactly this event was held?
I'm familiar with different places in Cavite, including different Cavite resorts. My favorite party venue is Mount Sea Resorts in Cavite. They're good in hosting events and parties.

Thanks for sharing the post. It's inspiring!

Ryan Nancio said...

I also love malunggay. It is very nutritious for the body. I have read about this post in another blog. I was inspired. We had an activity at Mount Sea Resort in Cavite that we brought foods with malunggay. As a result, many participants love our lunch. I'll also do the same when we visit other Cavite resorts.

Hazel Tamayo said...

Thank you for sharing such an amazing menu. This is a perfect green wedding idea. I will add this tip on my article about weddings, Tagaytay wedding photography and finding suppliers.