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DJ & A Healthy Vegetable Snacks

Carmina has rubbed on to her friend how to eat healthy snacks living in California. We come across when friends influence you to eat healthy as we begin to age you start to think how to balance our snacks. You love to eat mushroom, broccoli and potato you can eat it as a chip but the healthy version. Carmina was able to try the Original Potato Wedge kind of remind you eating a baked potato with chives. Mushroom chips are not that salty yet hard to bite into if you're an elderly.  DJ & A Healthy Snacks can be found in your Dollar Tree Store or purchase online at  DJ & A  to find out what other chips of vegetables you would like to try. NOTE: Carmina is not selling or advertising for DJ & A Healthy Vegetable Snacks. Subscribe & follow @ Carmina Lifestyle  a place to look, discover and share. Thank you for your support!

Take Your Pick How You Want to Cook Your Patola Recipe!

There are different ways to cook patola you can eat it like a main dish, soup by adding other ingredients such as miswa, meatballs, Vermicelli noodles to make it the way you want to eat it. Main ingredient will also be the following: 1 - Onion (chopped) 1 - Clove Garlic (chopped) Patola (peel and sliced) 2 Pcs- Knorr cubes or 3 cups water or chicken stock 1 - Tbsp Cooking Oil 2 - Tbs Fish Sauce 1/8 -Tps Black Pepper You plan to use the following this is how much you will need for your ingredient: Misua - 100g Meatball Ground Meat - 1 Kilo (any meat) Chinese Vermicelli Noodles - 2 Cup Misua with Egg - 1 oz and 4 Eggs Canned Spanish Sardines - 1 Small Can Shrimp, Fishball and Misua -  15 Pieces Shrimp,10 Pieces Fishball  Meatball Ingredients: 1 Kilo - Ground Meat any kind 1 Egg 1 - Medium Onion (minced) 6 - Tbsp All Purpose Flour 1 - Tsp Salt 1/4 Tsp - Ground Black Pepper Prepare Meatball: Step 1: Combine all meatball ingredients in a bowl and mix well scoop 1 1/2 of the mixture to form

Kokoro Japanese Grindz in the Philippines

We are use to eating sushi just the ordinary that we are use to seeing in a Japanese restaurant but what happens when a sushi is all dressed up in a different way by adding other ingredients to make it all special. You become more curious how the taste would be for the El Diablo deep fried when you read the menu having the following ingredients: tuna, crab meat, avocado, cream cheese, baked tempura shrimp, wasabi mayo, sweet sauce, aonori and habanero sauce. The feeling eating the El Diablo has a kick of something spicy and you can taste everything in your mouth something you call a great experience. Everything was ordered through Grab Food where you can have food delivered at your home and a rider will pick it up for you all online ordering done here in the Philippines due to sheltered in place everything is easy just choose what you want to place your order and everything gets delivered in your own home. Chicken Teriyaki Butadon For more information click on their Facebook Page  Koko