UNLI-FOOD

Good things need not al­ways come to an end

FHM (Philippines) - - Contents - Edited by AL­LAN HER­NAN­DEZ al­lan.her­nan­dez@sum­mit­media.com.ph words: mar­i­anne salazar Pho­tog­ra­phy: Jonathan Baldonado

When unli-rice isn't enough, it's time for unli-ulam

Who isn’t a sucker for a good deal? Es­pe­cially when we need to stretch our mea­ger sweldo to cover the ever-ris­ing costs of liv­ing. That’s why Edsa be­comes a to­tal hell­hole when ma­jor malls have three-day pay­day sales. That’s also why we protested loudly when a cer­tain se­na­tor pro­posed an unli-rice ban in restau­rants. Ma’am,

ano pong gi­nawa ng kanin sa inyo? Okay, we un­der­stand we’re look­ing at mit­i­gat­ing wastage here, but still, it’s joy be­ing taken away. So if unli-rice does dis­ap­pear, it sure doesn’t hurt to be pre­pared. So, we scoured the city for spots where you can get your fill of unli-food—all as sin­ful (or pos­si­bly more sin­ful) as rice.

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