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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!

Steamed Okra Recipe

The simple kind of vegetable cooked in the Philippines is just steamed vegetable dip in bagoong or burong isda (fermented rice with fish) in which people like the taste but no matter how you eat this vegetable this is known the typical simple dish we see often when we feel like eating it with fried fish and using your hands eating rice from your plate or banana leaf. Steam Okra Recipe Ingredient: 8 - Pieces Okra (cut top and bottom) Steam Instructions: In a small pot boil water add okra and cook for 5 minutes place in serving plate and ready to eat.

Eggplant Salad Recipe

This is my favorite salad that my mom use to make me when I was younger she would match this with her chicken afritada and puchero or you can also eat this with fried fish the way I eat my vegetable. Eggplant Salad Recipe Ingredients: 3 - Pieces Eggplant  1 - Tomato (slice) 1 - Onion (slice) 3/4 Cup - Vinegar Salt to taste Black pepper to taste Preparing Eggplant Grill eggplant on stove top peel off skin while hot and mash with a fork place in a bowl combine tomato, onion, vinegar, salt and black pepper mix together.

Are you single?

Someone once told me when they see a beautiful or handsome person and they have no relationship with anyone they say it is too bad they have no love life. Your life is boring. When someone see you and they hear your still single they wonder why you are not dating someone or why you don’t have a boyfriend/girlfriend no matter what other see in you they never know what situation your life is or do they even know what your story is about for them to think the question why. Have you ever encountered someone asking you to match their son or daughter to someone you know so their children can get married to settle down? Sometimes our parents mean well but sometimes they don’t see some people prefer to stay single than being in a relationship or getting married. Sometimes other people have other goals they want to achieve before they do settle down or they haven’t met the right person for them that they share the same interest. Sometimes we hear from our parents they soon want to be

Homemade Molo Soup Recipe

Molo is the tagalog word of wonton the Chinese way people say it. It has the same ingredients inside using a molo wrapper when making it homemade. In our home we use the same ingredients in what you make for your lumpia shanghai only difference it is wrapped inside a molo wrapper and the portion is less when you make it. Best to make it ahead of time and can be place in your freezer to store it once you feel like eating it you can bring it out to make your molo soup. Molo Soup Recipe Ingredients: 1 kilos Ground pork 1 tsp Salt ½   tbsp - All purpose flour 2 -  Egg (beaten) 1 Tsp -    Magic Sarap pack (optional) ½   tsp Ground Black Pepper 1 - Carrot (peel and grated thinly) 1 - Small onion - (chopped) 1 tsp - Garlic (minced) Molo Wrapper Package Wax Paper Flat Tupperware or zip lock 1 bowl with water (sealing) Plate Preparing Ingredients: Wash and soak ground pork of in a strainer Place in deep bowl Add Eggs All the other ingredients Mix together Making Molo: Place one piece of molo wr

Afritada Talakitok Recipe

Originally it is supposed to be afritada dalag (mud fish) but since Manang V doesn't have that fish in stock she decided to use talakitok in English is known as Trevally, Jack or Cavalla. This is cooked almost the same way as chicken apritada with fewer ingredients. Afritada Talakitok Recipe Ingredients: 1/2 - Potato (peel and slice) 2 - Pieces Tomato (slice) 1/2 - Bell pepper (remove seeds and slice) 1 - Clove Garlic (chopped) 1/2 - Onion (chopped) Patis (fish sauce) to taste 1/2 Cup - Water Cooking Instructions: In a pot pour small amount of cooking oil add garlic, onion and tomato saute than add bell pepper, potato, water and talakitok season with patis cook for 20 minutes. Ready to serve in a serving plate.