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Life Without Gallbladder

A journey of life after gallbladder removal surgery

Tag: San Remigio

Happy Fiesta San Remigiohanons

Happy Fiesta to the people of San Remigio, Cebu…

Eat, drink and be merry…


Dinuguan – a favorite food

Eating Dinuguan without Gallbladder

Yesterday, I ate another favorite food – dinuguan. Its been a while after my Lap Chole (Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy) operation last October 1, 2009. For more than 6 months, I wasn’t able to eat and taste the dinuguan.

Dinuguan (blood stew) is a Filipino dish that is composed of pig’s inner parts like stomach, intestines, liver, ears, and snout – mixed with its main ingredient – the pig’s blood. It is usually cooked with vinegar, fish sauce or soy sauce, garlic, and chili to make it spicy.

It so happened that when I went to my mother’s hometown – San Remigio, Cebu, my uncle-in-law’s family celebrated the death anniversary of his sister, Susan Green.


     
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