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Hello and welcome to the blog, Astig Vegan! My name is RG Enriquez. I'..

There’s no magic trick here. No big, ta-dah moment. No vegan substitutions you need to seek. Turon is a Filipino dish that is ..read more

Courtesy of my good friend, Jaq A. at Vegans of Manila, here’s a list of vegan restaurants in the entire Philippines. It’s super handy ..read more

Doing your grocery shopping at a public market or palengke may seem like a no-brainer. Just head there, get the stuff you want and pay, ..read more

I’ve heard of the word, “katuray” before, but it’s usually to denote something derogatory or insulting. Last Sunday, I chanced ..read more

Dinuguan is a blood stew that may seem unappetizing but reveals to be surprisingly tasty and flavorful. It was one of the dishes that I ..read more

When my family and I visited Ilocos, I bought a small clay pot or palayok at an earthenware stall. Weary of my past failures of cooking in ..read more

From the past three months living in the Philippines, I have observed that people here are opening up to new concepts. Before, Filipino ..read more

During my stay in the Philippines, I’ve talked to some Filipinos who have expressed interest in vegan cooking. The only thing stopping ..read more

Meat stews in Filipino food come in many forms. My favorite is Mechado. It’s a meat-and-potato stew with an incredibly creamy sauce and ..read more
A different kind of palengke Since I was a kid, I have always been familiar with palengke or public markets. They are rented stalls where ..read more

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