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Don’t Panic, It’s Organic! : An Alternative Dining Experience at Good Earth Farms and Foods

“It’s good to know that I can indulge in something I love to eat without feeling any guilt,” one of my friends said before finally bringing the fork of pasta into her mouth after few seconds of staring at it in the air.

Across the table, her face distorted in delight as she started to chew. Her lips were shiny. I pointed to the residues of tiny green leaves at the corner of her mouth, but she restrained herself from smiling so as not to reveal her teeth, which I was certain were dotted with green flakes.

On her plate was a unique pasta made healthful by organic malunggay (moringa) leaves, parmesan cheese, and other spices blended in generous amount of extra virgin olive oil.

Don't Panic, It's Organic: An Alternative Dining Experience at Good Earth Farms and Foods

MALUNGGAY PASTA

Malunggay is one of the vegetables that you can find, along with other organically grown herbs and medicinal plants, in the garden where this small cafe’ is situated.

Since 2009, Good Earth Farms and Foods has been serving health-conscious and adventurous foodies with quality foods that are not only palatable to the taste, but also nutritious.

If subscribing to a good diet forms part of your New Year’s resolution to maintain a healthy body and build a strong resistance, then Good Earth Farms and Foods will definitely be a worthwhile destination.

Aside from Malunggay Pasta, here are other appetizing foods available on the menu.

Don't Panic, It's Organic: An Alternative Dining Experience at Good Earth Farms and Foods

THREE CHEESE VEGETARIAN PIZZA. Homemade pizza crust with tomatoes, onions, spinach, basil, and cheese.

Don't Panic, It's Organic: An Alternative Dining Experience at Good Earth Farms and Foods

TOMATO AND TUYO PASTA. A twist of our Pinoy breakfast made into pasta garnished with parmesan cheese.

Don't Panic, It's Organic: An Alternative Dining Experience at Good Earth Farms and Foods

TILAPIA SPRING ROLL. Tilapia fillet marinated in tanglad juice; fried and wrapped with balu-balu or buro.

These healthy cuisines were made even more special with a glass of cold and refreshing yogurt-based Pineapple Lemon Grass and Malunggay smoothie. This unforgettable combination gives you an initial taste of malunggay and an after-taste of lemon. The distinct flavors blended deliciously! Other must-try smoothies include Pineapple Basil and Tanglad (Lemon Grass) Lemonade.

Don't Panic, It's Organic: An Alternative Dining Experience at Good Earth Farms and Foods

Pineapple Lemon Grass and Malunggay Smoothie

Coffee was not part of their menu, but you can try their caffeine-free tea instead.

We were the only diners during that afternoon. All of us were so impressed and satisfied with the quality and quantity of the foods that we left all our plates clean. The time at which the orders were served was also commendable, not to mention that the prices were budget-friendly.

So what are you waiting for?

The next time you visit Tarlac City, try Good Earth Farms and Foods’ “organic plus healthy cuisines for that distinctly different taste and alternative dining experience.”

Good Earth Farms and Foods

Address: 38 Carangian, Romulo Highway, Tarlac City (Across Chinese Cemetery)
Contact Numbers: 0915-405-3998 or 0977-398-6682
Hours of Operation: 10:00 AM to 8:00 PM (Monday to Saturday)
Email Address: ge.farmsandfoods@gmail.com

Do you know of other dining destinations that specialize in organic foods? Please let us know in the comments below.

1 Comment on Don’t Panic, It’s Organic! : An Alternative Dining Experience at Good Earth Farms and Foods

  1. UPDATE: The restaurant has been closed since 2017. For inquiries, please visit their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/goodearthfarmsandfoods/

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