life without gallbladder

Life Without Gallbladder

A journey of life after gallbladder removal surgery

Category: Foods

Veggie Time: Pizza Hut Caesar Salad

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The company that I am currently employed, gave us some food treat – lunch at Pizza Hut. Part of the combo meal that we ordered was the Caesar Salad – 2 bowls of green leafy vegetables with topping and dressings. It has crisp romaine lettuce, bacon crumble, parmesan cheese, and herbed croutons tossed in Pizza Hut’s own¬†Caesar dressing.

I am not a fan of this kind of food but for those vegetables lovers, I think this feels like heaven for them. I tried it though, but with just a few leaves and I was done. I was able to eat this vegetable salad even if I no longer have gallbladder. There’s no side effects that I encountered afterwards. No upset stomach, no bloating whatsoever. It may be because I only ate a little.

My colleagues were also not into veggie salad. That left the other bowl untouched.


Champorado on Black Saturday

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Another light food served during Holy Week, Champorado (Spanish: champurrado). It is a sweet chocolate rice porridge – a rice cooked with cocoa powder. To make it tastier, sugar and milk are added.


Binignit on Good Friday

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Binignit anyone?

This was my snacks on Good Friday, courtesy from my in-law. This local Cebuano dish is made of bananas, sweet potato, taro, landang (palm flour jelly balls), and pearl sago. It is cooked with water, coconut milk and sugar.


     
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