How will you eat rice without a viand?

Philippines
July 16, 2009 10:44pm CST
There is always a time where, i am having my breakfast/lunch/dinner and i forgot to cook/buy a viand..i have a rice but no viand is available, what i did is, i pick sugar as an alternative or a coffee, and pour it on my rice then boom, i am able to finish my meal with it..share you thoughts regarding this matter..thanks
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@kmaram (2535)
• Philippines
17 Jul 09
Hi there, well as far as i remember i also experienced that thing before. I just made some coffee its delicious when you out in your rice already. I also tried having soysauce with lots of tomatoes on it, its good hehhe. Well filipinos are really good especially during this time. Anyway, keep on mylotting and goodluck to you herem enjoy.
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• Philippines
17 Jul 09
soysauce is also a good alternative..hehe
@khayshenz (1387)
• United States
17 Jul 09
What's viand? Some kind of spice or herb that's local to the Philippines or something? I know that Learn2Earn is from the Philippines but I'm not sure, where' you're from Stricken. I'd like to know more about this Viand - could be the next best thing! Then y'all can import it to western countries, and BAHM! Money will pour in. Once you're rich - you can help out your country! ;-)
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• Philippines
17 Jul 09
i am also from the philippines..viand is the pair of rice..most of the people who eat rice as their food, has viand..an example of a viand is, steak, fried chicken, and the like..
• Philippines
17 Jul 09
Hi stricken,wow, rice and coffee? i haven't tried that one before. When i'm about to eat my rice with no viand, i put savor in it or try to cook a simple instant soup that can be cooked with hot water. Ü
• Philippines
17 Jul 09
try having coffee as your viand, its delicious..hehe
@2timothy (794)
• Philippines
17 Jul 09
For Koreans, they just open a bottle of Kimchi and all is well. For Chinese, salted peanuts or pickles would be enough for a bowl of rice porridge. When I was very young, an uncle would just chop small hot peppers soaked in soy sauce and a fourth of a pepper would have been enough for a non-spice eater like me to finish a bowl of rice.