Eating Cheese Sticks

Last year, I made a test – Eating cheese and dairy products. That was few months after my lap chole (Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy) operation. Even without gallbladder, I ate a home-made burger with cheese, butter and mayonnaise and to test how my system would react to dairy products. And the outcome of the test – upset stomach, gas was formed and grumbled inside my stomach. Although it was not a system overload, but it was a warning.

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Test: Eating lechon manok

My wife asked me yesterday what I wanted for lunch and I said lechon baboy.

Lechón is a pork dish, refers to a suckling pig that is roasted. The dish features a whole roasted pig cooked over charcoal.

But when she returned from the market, she only brought a lechon manok (roasted chicken cooked over charcoal).

So I asked where was the lechon baboy and she replied that there was no one selling lechon baboy. Maybe because it was sold out already as she went to the market around 11 noon.
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Test: Eating cheese and dairy products

My wife prepared a home-made burger yesterday. I just thought it would be a plain burger. But not, it had cheese, butter and mayonnaise in it. I had a second thought of eating it because of the dairy products, which is part of the “to be avoided foods” in the food list that I have.

However, part of me wanted to eat, to test how my system would react with dairy products; cheese, butter and mayonnaise .

And so I ate.

I felt the cheese when I took my first bite. So, I opened the bun and saw an uneven slice of about 1/4″ x 2″ x 4″ cheese and the mayonnaise dripping on the side. Then I thought, “this must be good dairy test”.
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