Evolution of the Filipino alphabet

raycaber:

Karamihan sa mga babae, hanap sila ng hanap ng mga lalake na kaya silang buhayin, yung kayang ibigay lahat ng gusto nila. Ang hindi nila alam, yun din ang hinahanap ng mga lalake ngayon.

Gawa ni Miguel Lorica
Gawa ni Jastin Revilleza. Oo, ganyan talaga spelling ng first name nya.
Gawa ni Excl Lionside
Gawa ni Excl Lionside
Pinagmulan ng larawan

Gawa ni Excl Lionside

Pinagmulan ng larawan

Nakalikom. Pagaaralan pa. Pagkatapos patented na pala. Pagkatapos pagkakakitaan.

#Sistema #AlaminMuna #BagoMagbigayNgMagbigayNgPera

livingfoodlove:

Ube Coconut Ice CreamIngredients needed: 2 ¼ cup cashew milk, frozen1 ½ cup cashews½ cup water½ cup blueberries¼ cup coconut cream2 tbsp ube powder (purple yam that has been grated and dehydrated into a powder) 1 frozen banana 1 tbsp coconut oil1 tsp vanilla extract Borage flowers (to garnish)Preparation: Add cashews and water in food processor and blend until smooth. Add banana and cashew milk and blend until smooth. I froze the cashew milk beforehand so that it would have a thicker texture. Add vanilla extract, coconut oil, ube powder, and blueberries. Blend until the mixture turns a light purple tint. Ready to serve. If you would like your ice cream to be more solid, store it in the freezer for several hours or as needed. I poured mine into a cake pop pan and left it in the freezer overnight. In the morning, I left it out for 10 minutes, scooped it out into a bowl, and garnished with borage. What is Ube? Ube is a root vegetable that is native to the Philippines. It is a bright purple color, and its relatives are taro and the Okinawa sweet potato. It is sometimes referred to as “purple yam.” In Filipino culture, ube is often used to make sweets and desserts. Ube has been around for many millennia and has been used throughout time as a laxative, treatment for fevers, hemorrhoids, gonorrhea, leprosy, and tumors, and a way to rid parasitic worms from the body.
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livingfoodlove:

Ube Coconut Ice Cream

Ingredients needed
2 ¼ cup cashew milk, frozen
1 ½ cup cashews
½ cup water
½ cup blueberries
¼ cup coconut cream
2 tbsp ube powder (purple yam that has been grated and dehydrated into a powder) 
1 frozen banana 
1 tbsp coconut oil
1 tsp vanilla extract 
Borage flowers (to garnish)

Preparation
Add cashews and water in food processor and blend until smooth. Add banana and cashew milk and blend until smooth. I froze the cashew milk beforehand so that it would have a thicker texture. Add vanilla extract, coconut oil, ube powder, and blueberries. Blend until the mixture turns a light purple tint. Ready to serve. If you would like your ice cream to be more solid, store it in the freezer for several hours or as needed. I poured mine into a cake pop pan and left it in the freezer overnight. In the morning, I left it out for 10 minutes, scooped it out into a bowl, and garnished with borage. 

What is Ube? 
Ube is a root vegetable that is native to the Philippines. It is a bright purple color, and its relatives are taro and the Okinawa sweet potato. It is sometimes referred to as “purple yam.” In Filipino culture, ube is often used to make sweets and desserts. Ube has been around for many millennia and has been used throughout time as a laxative, treatment for fevers, hemorrhoids, gonorrhea, leprosy, and tumors, and a way to rid parasitic worms from the body.

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