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Cravewell 100% Freeze Dried Yogurt Sphere Fruit Crunch

Just out of curiosity I decided to purchase Cravewell Yogurt Sphere Fruit Crunch. I've seen many videos floating at reels of freeze-dried fruits. I wanted to know what it would taste. I went to pick the following sold at  Fourtify Market  Online Shopee Philippines. The flavors I had picked are the following: Cravewell Raspberry Peach Yogurt Sphere for PHP 119.00 ($2.13). For me the Raspberry is really sour πŸ˜–and the Peach is powder texture in your mouth.  Cravewell Apple Strawberry Fruit Crunch for PHP 119.00 ($2.13). I liked the taste of the apple and strawberry. πŸ˜‹ Cravewell Peach, Strawberry and Blueberry Yogurt Sphere for PHP 119.00 ($2.13) wasn't my best choice. Yet the family members liked it better where we all have different taste buds from everyone else. I place all packs in a bowl for you all to see how it looked the portion are really meant for snacking. NOTE: Carmina is not selling or advertising for Cravewell Yogurt Sphere Fruit Crunch from Fourtify Market Online S

Metro Mart Application

The only possible way to help Manang V at the house is to purchase your groceries online. You don't need to bother anyone else in the household to do it for you. At night I would place my purchase online through Metro Mart Application by picking which groceries I would shop at by based on your needs you end up going to each possible grocery store that may have items you need. Sometimes there are stores that have limited stock and you end up checking another grocery store that may have your items available until you finalize your list. I would always ask Manang V what she needs in her kitchen in order to work together this way you can just pay in advance by what you have shop for and inform the head person in charge once your groceries have arrived at your home what expenses you have made. Everyone share a responsibility to work together in ways you find to resolve every solution with something new on your own. Next morning you wake up when you're items are not available in the

Pako Salad Recipe

  In the Philippines we use all sorts of vegetables to make into a salad pako in English is Fiddlehead Fern. You often see pako mixed with salted egg, tomato and onion with a homemade dressing. The best match with this salad is any fried fish of your choice. Pako Salad Recipe Ingredients: 1/2 Kilo Fresh Pako leaves 1 - Red Onion (slice) 2 - Ripe Tomato (slice) 2 - Salted Egg (slice) Dressing Ingredients: 1/2 Cup - White Vinegar 1 Tsp - Black Pepper There are two ways to make your pako salad some people prefer it raw others want it cooked all depends on how you want to eat it. For us we prefer ours to be cooked before we eat our pako by doing this you just need to boil water add the pako leaves cook for a short time and strain the pako. Preparing the Pako Salad: Transfer the pako on a serving plate add onion, tomato and salted egg  Mix the dressing ingredient together Option you can pour the dressing or set aside until you plan to eat your pako salad I prefer to eat pako salad without a

Snacks from Serenitea

I was craving for corn on the cob when my friend had mentioned that they brought some from California. I wanted it to be different having it cooked with black pepper. I found mine at Serenitea for PHP 80.00 ($1.60) for three pieces. Of course I wanted to try other snacks that was provided in Serenitea was their Potato Rounds for PHP 80.00 ($1.60). I decided to try their Fries N' Dip for PHP 135.00 ($2.70). It was a big serving lots of seasoning with matching dip. I use the dip on my corn it tasted really delicious.  I was solved with my cravings and what we call it merienda (snack) time in the Philippines. I had ordered my food through Grab having it delivered by my home. Kindly click subscribe  Facebook Page Carmina Lifestyle  a place to look, discover and share.

Frozen Master Siomai in the Philippines

We are use to going to the shopping mall in the Philippines, but due to the covid-19 there are certain age that are prohibit to go outside. Food you often eat outside in the food court or any food cart you see gives you a chance to order from Master Siomai. The family members usually order the pork and shrimp siomai or Japanese siomai.  In every situation we tend to find a way to eat the Master Siomai this time I was able to find it online from Lazada Online Shopping in the Philippines being delivered to your home. Master Siomai Frozen Pork and Shrimp Siomai forty pieces in one package PHP 350.00 ($7.00) including soy sauce and hot chili individual packs. Master Siomai Frozen Japanese Siomai forty pieces PHP 420.00 ($8.40) including individual packs of soy sauce and chili sauce. Free individual soy sauce and chili sauce I had no clue there would be an individual packs of chili sauce in each frozen siomai the price for the bottle is PHP 99.00 ($1.98) not including shipping and handling