Malunngay Powder in the jar tastes less "swampy" than the dried version i brought from Manila.
Oatmeal and Wheat Germ bread, just slightly warmed. My lunch yesterday and i did not feel hungry until 5 pm.
I used 3/4 teaspoon of the Malunggay Powder (standard measuring teaspoon). The jar comes with its own mini teaspoon so use 3 of this.
The soup is a puree of soybeans, celery, carrots and mushroom that i had stashed in the freezer for some 3 weeks now, just reheat it with the Malunggay Powder, add salt and pepper and a small pinch of paprika.
Dried Malunggay my brother made for me to bring to New York, too strong a taste so use gradually and taste every now and then. I am experimenting so i think the jarred version will be more pleasing to those who are first time Malunggay eaters.
Whether you like it or not, it will taste different so learn how to use spices sparingly like i do. I make my own blend of spices from www.spicesage.com, they ship for free when you order at least $35.oo worth of spices and no tax. I never thought spices could taste that good when they are F R E S H. Some of them i will grind fresh like the Caraway, Dill, Coriander, Whole Peppercorns etc., because i don't use them often the way i use fennel, sage, thyme and the others.
The reason why i am hyping about Malunggay is that my mother, who is totally gray haired from nape to forehead is now sporting tufts of black hair growing from the roots. She has been taking Malunggay pills for about a month now, and we just could not believe that she is undergoing some reverse aging of some sort. Her skin is supple at 82, hair thicker and getting darker, i just commented on how smooth her skin was too when i saw her this February, little did i know that she was taking this pills for quite some time now.
So if you are balding maybe you can try this one too.
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