A Pescetarian

 

I love eating fish. If people who loves eating veggies are called vegetarians, then call me a “pescetarian”.

Yes, I prefer eating fish in all its culinary forms than eating pork or beef. Do you know that fish is considered a brain food?

Fish also reduces the risk of heart ailments, stroke, obesity, arthritis, high blood pressure and cancer.

Pork, chicken and beef are usually prepared with chemicals or preservatives that may prove harmful to our health. Moreso, for canned sausages, liver spreads, corned beef and hotdogs.

Bicol Dish: Ginataang Yellow Fin

Bicol Dish: Ginataang Yellow Fin

Fish is likewise an iron builder thus lowering the risk of developing anemia. Mind you, most vegetarians may succumb to anemic deficiencies.

So, don’t you wish you were a “pescetarian” like me?

Fish in Sour Soup

 

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By the Sea

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Living by the sea can be very rewarding. Here in Sorsogon City, I learned a lot from the sea. You will never go hungry here if you know how.

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There are variety of seashells that provide nourishment. From the biggest abalone down to the smallest sea shell. You need a thorn taken from a nearby mangrove shrub to pick out the delicious meat from its shell.

Isdang Bato

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Or, you can go fishing anytime for a good catch or two just enough for your tummy. If you are patient enough to haul in a ton of fish then that’s big money by the end of the day.

You will never go hungry if you love and take care of our sea.

 

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