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“The house pickles are good to munch; kalamansi, juice of a citrus fruit that grows in the Philippines,is good to sip $2.50.”
“The desserts are equally sublime and ignite a whole range of taste sensations such as Gariguette strawberry with Szechuan pepper and cream cheese ice-cream, and an exotic fruit "ravioli" with kaffir lime and a kalamansi sorbet.”
“It's drizzled with just enough rich meat broth and served with sweet and hot chili jam and half a lime-like kalamansi, for squeezing.”
“The locals usually use kalamansi juice in different varieties of foods like raw fish, half cooked meat, vegetables, some cold dishes and as drinks.”
“For one, kalamansi juice is actually a natural and effective kidney enhancer and even eliminates foul urine odor.”
“Health is wealth and so we need to consider kalamansi juice in our growing list of alternative sources of health concoctions.”
“The juice of kalamansi is also good as a natural mouthwash.”
“Aside from food, kalamansi juice is effective in treating illness or sickness in different ways.”
“Ten or more pieces of kalamansi fruit in a glass of water at any given time are definitely effective to keep your kidney healthy.”
“Red snapper was crusted in coconut and further enhanced by persimmon chutney and green curry, and the two dessert courses featured a soup pressed from pomelo (the Asian forebear of the grapefruit, aka shaddock, named after the sea captain who brought its seed to the West Indies from the Malay Peninsula in the 17th century) and a soufflé of kalamansi, the delicate citrus of the Philippines.”
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