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    Bitter? Ampalaya ice cream and other V-Day flavors

    Celebrating Valentine’s Day alone this weekend? A local ice cream shop is offering four unique flavors targeted at people who are looking for love and those who are struggling to move on from a failed relationship.


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    Where we live we can get Malungay flavour!
    Only in Bohol!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by fred View Post
    Where we live we can get Malungay flavour!
    Only in Bohol!!
    Should be ideal for Valentines

    We have a few Malungay trees in the garden.
    My wife says it's very heathly and I must eat it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Terpe View Post
    Should be ideal for Valentines

    We have a few Malungay trees in the garden.
    My wife says it's very heathly and I must eat it.
    Yep..She`s right. It goes great in soup dishes or just about anything you can think of.

    For every pound, malunggay has seven times more Vitamin C than oranges, three times more potassium that bananas, four times more Vitamin A than carrots, two times more protein and four times more calcium than milk, according to the MPFI.

    Malunggay is rich in antioxidants that can prevent several lifestyle-related ailments such as cardiovascular diseases, heart problems, high blood pressure, and cancer.

    http://www.gmanetwork.com/news/story...n-antioxidants


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