the daily food 2013-12-01

dried fish and government (NFA) rice

in the article the daily breakfast was written that guests – without money – must eat this

“they have no choice”

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dried fish and government rice

dried fish
the regional name of the fish is Tamban

preparing
the dried fish are fried in oil


the experience about this fish:

  • the taste is like a mixture from worst, bad meat and rubber
  • the smelling is like a dead, wet dog
  • the color is grey
  • sometimes the bodies of the fish are completely destroyed

government (NFA) rice
You can find any things in the rice:

  • stones
  • plastics
  • insects
  • parts of the plastic sack
  • hair
  • fingernails
  • other undefinable things
  • …but never coins 😦

the rice is often an over cooked gray mass

the rice smells like a chemistry factory

how much is the rice?

1kg NFA rice is about  24 – 28 Php.
1kg eatable rice is about  40 – 48 Php
example “best trading” brand

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Author: nokbew

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