Irene Tria | FoodFindsAsia
Breakfast is the most important meal. It provides the energy and nutrients you will need to for the rest of the day. However, it is often overlooked. People nowadays go through their day without having a proper meal to start it off.
At Green Pastures, they focus on going back to basics and making things from scratch, like serving real buttermilk pancakes made fresh in the store. They didn’t even use Maple syrup instead they have their own butterscotch using local organic honey.
The sourdoughs are fermented for 5 days and are served with jams, marmalade, and peanut butter that are all house-made.
Green Pastures is the farm-to-table, back-to-basics, organic restaurant of Cyma’s Chef Robby Goco. Most of the ingredients are locally-sourced, no MSG or canned ingredients and all items are homemade.
Aside from traditional breakfast classics, they also created their own version of the favorite breakfast sandwiches from fast food joints but using better and homemade ingredients. Their sandwiches are served with sausage patties that they made from scratch and eggs that they call “custard eggs” because it’s cooked for 30 minutes. But what’s the catch? They don’t offer sandwiches with ketchup, instead they use their homemade pepper jam.
Green Pastures also offers Filipino breakfast items but with a flare on it. Their Cauli-bowls are all Filipino favorites with a choice of either Local Akawushi Tapa, Tinapa from Calbayog City or Longganisa from organic pigs grown in the farms of Cagayan. Instead of rice, they offer cauliflower so you can still get the same comfort without having to worry about the amount of carbs you’re consuming.
They also tried to adapt their customer’s lifestyle so for those looking for a meal high in fiber, they offer the cantaloupe with overnight oats and the multi grain arroz caldo. These powerbowls are designed as a pre-workout meal to give you that energy boost.
Green Pastures, your healthier, heartier, and happier ways to start off your day.
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