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Showing posts from April 19, 2021

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

Libre Means Free in Tagalog

I couldn't resist ordering when the family wanted Mexican food for themselves. I thought I would be taking a break from ordering food for dinner. When someone says, Libre in Tagalog it means free food no will pass up that offer.  I am all in to try something new at El Nacho Libre checking out the menu is indecisive what to order too many Mexican dishes to chose from and if the place is right we can always order from them again is how I see it. I figured why not try the Chicken Tinga Taco's (JDV's Choice) PHP 229.00 ($4.58). Family member wanted the Chipotle Chicken Burrito for PHP 249.00 ($4.98). Family member couldn't decide what they wanted and decided upon the Pulled Pork BBQ Rice Meal  having the vegetables on the side  with a cheat day of Chocolate Cloud Shake for PHP 379.00 ($7.58). Of course everyone else followed and decided to get a dessert to top off their dinner from El Nacho Libre Kraver's Halo Halo on a humid night in the Philippines. Kraver's Halo

Sandwich Wrap Recipe by Carmina Lifestyle

  Carmina will be give step by steps how to make your own sandwich wrap this is universal you can use anything you have in your home the only main ingredient that will not change is having tortilla in your home. Ingredients: Carmina was able to purchase her Mission Foods Tortilla Wraps Original 8 inch (6 pieces per package) for PHP 136.00 ($2.72). Deli (cold cuts) of your choice mine is Aguila Double Ham here is the link Builtamart  where I had purchase it. You can use any type of cheese of your choice for me I prefer Swiss Cheese by Emborg that is available for me to purchase in any grocery store provided in the Philippines. My favorite is Salad Time Alfalfa Sprouts that I had also purchase in Builtamart for PHP 186.00 ($3.72). Your allowed to use any type of condiments in your sandwich wrap. I prefer to have  Homemade Guacamole  my recipe is included just click the link to direct you there. I also use Kraft Mayo Olive Oil although you can use any preference in what you like to use on

Deli at Builtamart

For someone who grew up in California eating sandwiches we come across other deli meats that we want to eat at our home to make our own. Carmina doesn't like to stick to the same cold cuts she loves to explore and try something new. Carmina was able to find two types of ham from  Builtamart  with an option to purchase through Grab Mart application to be delivered to your location. Aguila Honey Ham PHP 149.00 ($2.98) 250g Aguila Double Smoked Ham PHP 165.00 ($3.30) 250g Note: Carmina is not selling or advertising for Builtamart just a place to do my online groceries during my pandemic. Subscribe @ Facebook Page Carmina Lifestyle  a place to look, discover and share. Thank you.