ITUMBONG MO KAY TOFU. We’re ordering some TUMBONG NG NIYOG from the farmers of San Isidro, Luisiana, Laguna. As you know, that’s the village where our bayongs are made and where the now-famous Lolo Luis Verano lives. He and the other farmers shall be providing us this very rare treat, we hope you are able to get some! We hope this brings back childhood memories where you cannot get enough of this because even during those times, these are hard to come by. If your children have never tried these, here’s your chance to introduce them to “NATURE’S CANDY”. Eat some and plant the rest, why not? Coconut is the Tree of Life and this is why. Here is your chance to plant a coconut, lots of coconuts for future generations. In my generation, what my Lola does with these is she tears them into small pieces by hand and tosses them in a bowl with ubod strips and diced tofu. It’s a salad or a stuffing for fresh lumpia. I cannot think of anything more delicious and fresh right now, missing her right now.
This is the TUMBONG NG NIYOG. Rare. Happy that we are able to get this at all. If you are able to get some, please consider planting half of them in your garden for future generations. This Buy gives added income to many coconut tree owners in San Isidro, Luisiana and other barangays.
Here we go. We are looking for a few Rural Rising members to buy 8 pieces of TUMBONG NG NIYOG, pay only P499.
***8 pieces per lot, FM get 10 pcs
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