Filipinos’ Favorite Afternoon Snack

Banana particularly the saba is among the top choices of the Pinoys’ favorite afternoon snack. The saba type can be done through deep frying which is commonly called banana cue, or simply boiling it.

But if you’re too lazy to fry, which also requires constant attention, you just opt to boiling it, and leave it for several minutes it’s done.

boild banana

Vitamins you get from bananas.
1. Vitamin C – can prevent colds and slows aging of skin.
2. Copper – promotes red blood cell development.
3. Vitamin B6 – prevent certain types of cancer.
4. Manganese – prevents heart attack and lowers osteoporosis.

Anong masasabi mo? 🙂

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