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By: Vennis Jean

Tue, 14 Aug 2007 13:29:48 +0000

MM here in davao Norte kids and adults alike would vend their fresh veggies anywhere...they'd knock at our gate at home and sell orange hued kalabasa,upo,sitaw,talong and its very cheap...sometimes kids would come inside my shop and sell me pako fern for only 5pesos a bundle...and some people from the province would sell live native chickens at only 80-100 pesos per piece....I like living in manila but coming home here in the province made me healthier and eat better.



By: lee

Tue, 31 Jul 2007 03:55:19 +0000

dip them in tea. haha. you are cruel



By: Marketman

Mon, 30 Jul 2007 21:48:41 +0000

goodtimer, thanks for that tip, maybe I can check it out in the weeks ahead... And for those that are curious, check out this link to an earlier post I did on regular vs. organic eggs, the difference should be visually and tactile-y very apparent... bummer on folks faking organic eggs, I'd like to dip them in tea for a while...



By: goodtimer

Mon, 30 Jul 2007 16:03:26 +0000

A friend just opened a produce store selling organic mangoes, lettuce,coffee, free range chicken eggs, biodymanic vegetables from Baguio, red, black and brown rice from Davao. It's called ISIP center Palma cor Manalac Sts, Poblacion Makati, 2 blocks from Ateneo Rockwell. I haven't checked it out but it might have a lot of authentic organic stuff. The "organic" eggs I've bought in Salcedo were fake (dipped in tea I suppose). Organic eggs should have almost orange color yolks.



By: Marketman

Sun, 29 Jul 2007 01:56:27 +0000

annette, the english word for malunggay and a link to an earlier post on it are in the post above... And no, I haven't even heard of malunggay ice cream prior to this post...