Minor Figures Oat Milk Review

Oat milk is an alternative for dairy milk usually made from soaking oats overnight along with water. It’s perfect for vegetarians and vegans looking to start-up their day with a cup of coffee or a bowl of granola and cereal. I recently discovered Minor Figures Oat Milk. A group of painters, jazz musicians, basketball players and barbers, brought together by a love of specialty coffee and all of the creative cultures in its orbit created Minor Figures, a company catering to mostly vegan market. A carbon neutral company, they are offsetting the carbon emissions the company create. They invest into projects that absorb or reduce the same amount of carbon from the atmosphere.

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The Canadian Roast and Toast Dinner

I had the privilege of attending The Canadian Roast and Toast Dinner hosted by The Embassy of Canada last December 4, 2020. It was attended by selected restaurateurs and top foodies at Ikomai in Salcedo Village, Makati City. Also in attendance were Honorable Ambassador Peter MacArthur, the Canadian Ambassador to the Philippines along with First Secretary and Senior Trade Commissioner, Lulu LeBlanc.

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AN OPPORTUNITY HAS OPENED UP! Pizza Pedrico’s launches “Club Paborito” Community Dealerships

This has been a very challenging year for everyone. Back when everything was normal, if we are craving for a nice slice of pizza or our favorite milk tea, we would just go out and buy it whenever we like. The problem, nowadays, is that people are more cautious in going out of their homes, most restaurants and food businesses are closed, and some already lost their jobs due to this pandemic.

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Carbonara Restaurant in Bohol

Did you know that there’s a new pasta place in Bohol? Yes! You heard it right. Carbonara Restaurant owned by Luca is Bohol’s first cheese wheel place home for authentic Italian pasta. Located at the Airport Road, Panglao, Bohol, it’s one of the budding new restaurants in the area.

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No Oven? No Problem. Bake with an Air Fryer Instead!

Gone are the days when we would associate the word ‘baking’ with a traditional oven. Unless you’re a professional baker or supplier of homemade baked goods, you can get creative with food recipes even without an oven. If you’re still deliberating over an oven purchase, you might (finally!) be able to make up your mind after reading these baking hacks with an air fryer, which is basically a compact countertop convection oven.

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Sesame Peanut Butter Chicken Herb Focaccia

This week, I went back to the gym full time. In order to satisfy my cravings and nutritional needs, I partnered with KiaOra Produce to create a fun, delicious, gourmet peanut butters that comes in different adventurous flavors. KiaOra Produce has officially landed in the Philippines! They introduced me to Fix and Fogg, a sugar free and non-GMO sustainable peanut butter. It’s perfect for vegans too!

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San Remo Keilbasa – Black Forest Ham Baked Macaroni

It’s that time of the year again when the world pays tribute to one of the most loved and versatile staples in the dinner table—pastas! October was World Pasta Month, where every day is pasta day. It is undoubtedly the most beloved food around the globe where several nations have their own versions of pasta. Today, I created a simple recipe that kids and all ages will love – San Remo Keilbasa – Black Forest Ham Baked Macaroni using San Remo products!

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Christmas Presents that the Coffee Lover in Your Life will Thank You for

Everyone has that one person in their life who simply can’t seem to function until they’ve had their morning coffee, and whilst most people tend to enjoy a cup of coffee or a pumpkin spiced latte once in a while.

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Best Dessert Gifts for Your Loved Ones

Who doesn’t love gifts? Gifts are, without a doubt, the best bond builders between two individuals. They have played a crucial part in making the relationships healthy and strong. Somethings are better felt than said, and that’s what gifts do for you. They speak for you and deliver your emotions. You could find as many as thousands of gifts for a person, but choosing that one special gift that suits your loved one’s personality and preference might be a daunting task.

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Luscious Pastries from Kafika Bakery

During the pandemic, we have seen the rise of micro, small and medium enterprises. I recently discovered Kafika Bakery which serves cookies, cakes and bread. All of their products are homemade and baked with love and care. The business is located at San Francisco Del Monte, Quezon City. So what makes it exciting?

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