EAT TO YOUR HEART'S CONTENT : SWIRLS FROZEN KEFIR AT SM MOA


What I like about SM MOA is the extremely numerous variety of choices when it comes to munching, whether you're dining in any of their restaurants, getting a quick fix at their kiosks or savoring sinful desserts or going on a healthy food trip. I stumbled at Swirls Frozen Kefir when I was craving for something healthy other than yogurt.


Swirls Frozen Kefir prides that they are healthier and tastier than yogurt. Well, healthier? I am not a nutrition expert, but it definitely tastes better than yogurt. It's similiar to Yakult (which I absolutely loved as a kid) but with a consistency of frozen yogurt. Plus like most popular frozen yogurt outlets that have been sprouting over the few years, Swirls Frozen Kefir can also be combined with your choice of toppings, and they do have a guide to help you mix and match flavors.



Swirls Frozen Kefir recommends five flavor combinations, Kiwi and Muesli, Strawberry and Honey Almonds, Blueberry and Almonds, Mango and Crushed Graham, Dragon Fruit and Granola.


A cup of Swirls Frozen Kefir with almond shavings and walnuts

Initially tasting Swirls Frozen Kefir, I went for the safe side, frozen kefir plus almond shavings - just enough to get the real taste of this alien product for me. It was light, seemingly Yakult-like in taste and not sour which I really loved. I did not even get a twitched in my tummy - the way when I eat yogurt, particularly the truly sour kind.


Numerous toppings at Swirls Frozen Kafir

They also have other toppings you can choose from - walnut, banana nut clusters, as well as mini choco drops and triple chocolate crunch.


Check out SWIRLS FROZEN KEFIR's other deliriously delicious offerings and savor their goodness in every bite. As I always say, Live Well, Laugh Often, Eat To Your Heart's Content!

Hope you continue to check out Eat To Your Heart's Content for deliriously delicious dining discoveries.

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SWIRLS was featured in my article "Cold Comforts" published by Republic of 7107 Island Travel Magazine, Issue 1 Volume 3 at the Island Food and Cuisine Section.





Pie Rivera is a food columnist of Republic of 7107 Island Travel Magazine. For subscriptions to the magazine, you may email them at subscription@7107magazine.ph. You can also check their website at www.7107magazine.ph.


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7 comments:

  1. hello foodies, just a few minutes ago, a reader just corrected some gramatical errors in this article. thank you, at least i know people are reading and thinking at the same time. keep them coming as you please, and i will do my best to write better :) have a good day everyone! :)

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  2. below is the reader's comment/message
    9:10am
    hi!i hope you don't mind, but i just checked your page and found some grammatical errors. i'm very particular about grammar kasi.the last one"what i like about SM MOA,..."there shouldn't be a comma after MOA"whether your dining in any of their restaurants,""i stumbled at Swirls..."should be i stumbled UPON swirls yes, there are more this is not nit-picking, i just couldn't help but notice.thanks. it's just that there so many food blogs out there...alright. thanks for the time

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  3. hi, i find your blog real great as i'm a food lover. btw, is the one posted above an exact copy-paste of the reader's message? if so, let me nit-pick his/her writing too, "it's just that there so many food blogs out there".... hehehe so much for being.. you know..

    anyways, continue with what you love doing. will drop you a line at your email addy sometime ;))

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  4. hi there! thank you for your kind words, it's good to know and communicate with more and more food lovers out there :)
    i know that upon publishing every article, there will be people who will enjoy reading and checking out the restaurants themselves and there are those that would be vocally critical about it (even if i do not know them personally hehehe). i've seen how some readers react to other blogs and they can be very harsh :(
    i welcome anyone's comments but messages like yours definitely make blogging a lot fun and fulfilling.
    feel free to email me anytime! happy eating! and thanks again :)

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  5. btw, yup, those were the exact words - message from my fb through private message

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  6. It was a chat message, so I didn't have that much time to edit my messages, unlike your published blog entry! The fact I exchanged chat messages with you meant that the criticism was done in good faith, so why did you have to post it here? I could point out several hundred more errors in your blog but that would just be a complete waste of time. - Joy Cruz

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  7. JOY CRUZ - thanks for dropping by AGAIN!!!

    C'mon guys! THIS PAGE WAS CREATED TO SHARE MY JOYS OF EATING AND EATING AND MORE EATING!!! (NOT BICKERING!) - MOST BLOGS, newspaper articles, magazine features - ALL HAVE ERRORS! Even billboards, for heavens sake! For those without errors, can cast the FIRST STONE!!! hahaha!

    I am sure all blogwriters, newspaper writers, feature writers, etc. try their best to produce well-written articles for readers to enjoy :)

    So let's just enjoy our journey to a world of good food as we continue to discover deliriously delicious creations around the archipelago :)

    11,000+ pageviews! whew! THANK YOU! THANK YOU! THANK YOU ALL! :)

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