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This is the final video in this Philippines food travel video series!
We took a trip to Gawad Kalinga Enchanted Farm, which is an entire village where some of the most underprivileged families in the Philippines are given a chance to use their unique creativity to foster businesses and improve their lives.
Along with my friend Anton from Our Awesome Planet (http://www.ourawesomeplanet.com/), we drove about 1.5 outside of Manila, to the farm. It’s a beautiful place, with friendly people, and many projects around the farm.
They have a restaurant, using all local ingredients, most of which are from the farm, a university training students to be their own agricultural entrepreneurs, and dozens of other businesses on the farm. There are even a few beverages made from local ingredients which are being marketed and sold on the commercial market in the Philippines.
After walking around the village for a few minutes, we headed over to an Aunty’s house who is known throughout the village for her cooking. They cooked a number of dishes, including her famous carrot rice, chicken curry, and fried bangus milkfish. All the Filipino food was delicious, but I especially enjoyed the carrot rice and the vegetables which were all so incredibly fresh and simmered down with coconut milk.
Not only was it an amazing home-cooked Filipino food meal, but spending some time and meeting people at Gawad Kalinga Enchanted Farm, was the highlight.
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