Weekend market: support locals.

What are you up to every weekend? Hmmmp, let me guess? Hearing mass with family, hanging out with friends, or date with your partner. 😊😍

Well, I usually do for weekend is to hear a mass with friends or visit my cousin’s house.

But for this weekend, I decided to visit the weekend market at the Eliptical road after attending mass to buy some fruits. And here you GO , Β lots of fruits that are so colorful to my eyes and vegetables so greens and many more…

The “Weekend Market” at Eliptical Road

Fruits are not just colorful to our eyes just to catch the attention to buy and eat but it will help us to revive our body from the lacking nutrients, as we know umaasa na tayo sa mga processed food which is very unhealthy, right?Β And there’s a saying “it will keep us to doctor’s away”. πŸ˜„

3 for 100
Pineaple (sweets)
50 per tumpok

Vegetables, too.

Vegetables is really important to our daily meals, diet and lifestyle. For the fact that it has lots of nutrients that our body requires to prevent some serious illness.

Sari-saring gulay
Shitake mushroom
Saraaap nito…
Camote, masarap sa meryenda
Kalabasa, masarap gataan o sa pinakbet…
Pipino para sa salad at inumin…

And of course, look for vendors who offer’s cheaper fruits and veggies, maKe them your SUKI na, buildΒ leverage to them by means of pangungumusta, let them feel na we love their products and we support them 100% and please don’t make bola pa kasi so difficult to be a farmer.

Then you should go around first the place before you buy, check which is cheaper and fresh products, always buy good and fresh,( quality kumbaga), and that’s the most important when you are buying. (Ikot-ikot muna at humingi ng discount) But please again ask discount but not too much, ask for a reasonable only. 😊

I heared madaming may suki kay lola.

Bili na po kay lola…
Si ate may mga murang veggies…

But my apologies because I have to go back home na that time, the sad thing I wasn’t able to make kwento’sΒ and ask the vendor’s where did veggies & fruits came from ?. And a lot more pa sana of photos. Anyway, a lesson learned, next time I have to take time to go around. And by way, it’s unplanned visit, bigla ko lang naisip. 😊

So, for you to have fresh agri products, please visit Eliptical Road, Quezon city and supports our local.


Β ——Salamat po——


13 Comments Add yours

  1. meczek says:

    I love markets !
    Wish I could live in a place where such a market is just around the corner πŸ™‚
    Cheers and happy blogging !


    1. kayhdj says:

      Yeah, very practical and good choices of food to eat 😊


  2. Alex says:

    Yummy post! I rally enjoyed it πŸ™‚ Beautiful pictures too :))


    1. kayhdj says:

      Thank you for appreaciating my blog and photos. πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ŠπŸ˜‰


    2. kayhdj says:

      Thank you for appreciating 😊


  3. seekandread says:

    I love weekend markets, we do our grocery shopping every weekend on farms market.


    1. wow, that’s nice to know. The greens, reds and the colorful stuff makes us glow and inspire to do more, instead


  4. Sharon Lee says:

    The fruits are looks yummy and fresh to consume! I’ve enjoy eating fruits and visit market everytime!


    1. same here, sending hugs


  5. Alvin says:

    Gotta love those bananas! Love the photos of all of the fruits. πŸ™‚


    1. thanks for liking those πŸ˜‰


  6. Looks like really fresh fruits, good pictures!

    Liked by 1 person

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