4 Simple Tips on How to Savor a Local Food Scene

Hands up to those people who are food enthusiast! Well, we all do! There are even times that we dine in the restaurants in greenbelt Makati just to satisfy our cravings. Eating the food that we really like is one of the things we usually do when we are into giving into our cravings. Who doesn’t, right?

200_sOther people even consider eating as one of their favorite thing to do in terms of their daily activities. Who is also into that? I bet, a lot of you here have the same interest when it comes to eating habits. We may have different eating habits, but we usually have the same interest when it comes to the food that we want to eat.

However, there are also people who usually get tired of eating restaurant foods. Of course, even if it is about eating, we also look for a good food that can satisfy and fulfil our hunger. Some of them hit street vendors, while other people would prefer trying a new taste with local foods of the different places. Well, if you are one of those people, here are some tips for you to savor local foods.

1. Eat in local’s home

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If you are a traveller and you want to taste the food of the locals, you can definitely stay in a local’s home and try their food. Some people would say, there is no better thing to have if it is a homemade food. Well, definitely it is. Since the foods that are served are cooked with the ingredients that no one else uses, except for the locals.

Also, when you try to eat in a local’s house, you will understand how the taste came up and why they add such ingredients in that particular food. Of course, don’t forget to feel the ambiance of the place, it is also one way to enjoy the food that you are eating.

2. Visit a grocery store

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If you want to eat local foods, you can also try visiting a local’s grocery store. There are some foods or ingredients that locals usually buy and also for you to discover. You can also buy that kind of food for you taste. It doesn’t matter what kind of local food it is, for as long as it is edible, then you will be fine.

Well, if you don’t have any idea on what to buy, you can ask some locals for recommendations that they want to let you try on something.

3. Arrange a farm stay

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Have you ever tried waking up with a cool fresh air, without worrying about the busy people around the streets and the heavy traffic? If you are a kind of person who really want to explore the different kinds of local foods, then you might want to try going to a farm with your families and/or friends. You do not just experience a relaxing life but also, you can enjoy the food of the locals.

If you try to visit a farm, usually, locals will introduce a local food that is new to you. Well, if you are ready to know what kind of taste their foods are, then you can go on. Of course, locals will also serve the best delicacies that they have, so you don’t have to worry about an upset stomach.

4. Bring your trip home to your kitchen

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More or less, if you are in a travel, there will be a new taste of food that you are going to like. Of course, you can definitely ask some locals on what are the ingredients that are needed to come up with the right taste of the particular food.

Also, if you know what the ingredients are, then you can make your own for you to eat. Well, if you just want to eat that kind of food, then perhaps you can bring some of the local delicacies for you to eat and for the other family members as well.

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