Eating lechon baboy / roasted pig

It’s been a while since my last update of this life without gallbladder blog.

Christmas Time
Christmas was celebrated throughout the world and part of the celebration is the food that is served on the table. It’s a tradition of my wife’s family to have a lechon baboy (roasted pig) during Christmas eve. The roasted pig is the main dish, the main attraction to say.

Food Is Served, Let’s Eat!

I only captured the aftermath of the lechon baboy. Children and adults alike love the roasted pig.

Me, without gallbladder did eat the roasted pig. Not just a small cut but it was the only dish I ate together with white rice plus softdrinks after. The crunchiness of the lechon skin plus the juicy and tasty meat was hard to resist. I know that there’s a possibility that I might get a stomach ache or even a diarrhea because of the fats. Yet, it did not stop me from eating roasted pig eventhough I don’t have a gallbladder.

I am living without gallbladder for 3 years and 1 month now. Although, I previously ate roasted pig (lechon baboy) in some occasions but those were on moderation. This time, it was like no-other-day, eat-all-you-can roasted pig. The result was okay, I did not have any stomach ache nor diarrhea. Even on the morning, there was no stomach discomfort.

Eating roasted pig (lechon baboy) without a gallbladderPASSED!

Without Gallbladder: Lechon Baboy/Roasted Pig is part of my food to eat.

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