Kangkong Plant for Food

Yup. The crawling Kangkong plant or Water Spinach or Swamp Cabbage is a very nutritional food and wildly grows everywhere in the tropics near bodies of water.

Kang Kong is a highly nutritious plant with high levels of protein, calcium, iron, potassium, & vitamins A B & C. A valuable addition to the diet.

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It looks like this when cooked with spices and coconut milk. Delicious!

You can also just boil or steam the Kangkong, leaf and stem.

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‘Preppers,’ maagang maghanda para sa anumang emergency

Water, food, shelter and security will not always be there. Be ready and alert for anything. Stock up on water by using 1.5 liter empty soda plastic containers and put them under the sink or anywhere in your home. Buy any extra canned goods. You can always use them even in non-emergency situations. Just replenish them soon after. – pinoyadventurerider

FULL EPISODE: “Pinoy Prepper,” a documentary by Sandra Aguinaldo | I-Witness

Some people may say you are a bit crazy or just plain paranoid when you are prepping for a big disaster, but for me, it does not hurt to be ready and alert for anything. Because if you are a prepper, you will always have a plan and not just “FREAK OUT”. – pinoyadventurerider