I’m currently in love with San Miguel’s meat-free vegetarian line called VEEGA. If you are looking for a healthier food option, the VEEGA meat-free line – Balls, Burger Patty, Giniling, Nuggets and Sausage made from plant-based protein ingredients are fully-cooked, seasoned, and ready to be added to your recipes. Take my Sōmen Noodles recipe I shared previously. Instead of dumplings, I used VEEGA’s Meat Free Balls. It added a new flavour which went well with this simple recipe.
Miss Congenialitea is a home-based milk tea shop in Parañaque City. They offer refreshing and, at the same time, affordable milk teas divided into four categories. They have milk tea, fruit tea, cheesecake series and the rock salt & cheesecake series. Under each is a delicious selection. Let’s start with milk tea. They have their Signature MCT Milk Tea, Dark Chocolate, Java Chips, Green Tea Matcha, Salted Caramel, Thai Tea, Tiger Brown Sugar and many more. It is also worth mentioning that they have one more flavour added into the lineup. It is called White Rabbit Milk Tea.
I discovered something new and great! It’s called VEEGA, San Miguel’s meat-free, vegetarian line. VEEGA’s product line is made from plant-based protein ingredients which contain egg whites and are locally produced. Are you interested? VEEGA meat-free line ranges from Balls, Burger Patty, Giniling, Nuggets and Sausage. Would you like a closer look? I made an unboxing video as well as a cooking video over at my YouTube channel. I choose the Veega Meat-Free Balls. Since the weather is still cold, a warm bowl of noodles is perfect!
Are you looking for home-grown handcrafted coffee? 1740 Coffee Genesis is the right place. Brewed with passion and love in 2018, the coffee brand takes pride in serving some of the best Philippine Coffee variants that are ethically sourced directly from farmers. So what does it mean by “Ethically Sourced”? The advocacy of 1740 Coffee Genesis is to source coffee from their partner farmers at fair prices, rewarding them for their hard work encouraging them to produce quality coffee. Now you might be wondering why 1740 Coffee Genesis. One might think, that is the year of their foundation. That’s understandable; however, the year 1740 marks the beginning or introduction of coffee in the Philippines. In short, 1740 is the coffee, Genesis.
I’ve mentioned before that I have a love-hate relationship with “takoyaki” or “octopus balls”. You know, the ball-shaped Japanese snack usually filled with minced or diced octopus, tempura scraps, pickled ginger, and green onion cooked in a special moulded pan. The reason behind that love-hate relationship is how the takoyaki I have had in the past tasted and made. If you love this Japanese snack, don’t worry because I am beginning to love and enjoy it. All thanks to the latest brand discovery.