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Life Without Gallbladder

A journey of life after gallbladder removal surgery

Champorado on Black Saturday

champorado

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

binignit

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.


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!


     
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