Tea is an aromatic beverage commonly prepared by pouring hot or boiling water over cured leaves of the tea plant, Camellia sinensis. After water, tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world. It has a cooling, slightly bitter, and astringent flavour that many people enjoy.
English: Pork blood stew / Deutsch: Blutwurst / Español: Estofado de sangre de cerdo / Português: Ensopado de sangue de porco / Français: Ragoût de sang de porc / Italiano: Stufato di sangue di maiale /
Tinumis refers to the Nueva Ecija's version of Diniguan (Blood Stew) . The only difference is that in Nueva Ecija they use tamarind young leaves as a souring agent instead of the usual vinegar (Suka) used in other places in the Philippines when cooking the Dinuguan (Blood Stew)
Toge is a Filipino word for Mung Bean Sprouts. Toge is usually or often used in the Philippines as an ingredient for Lumpia (Fried Spring Rolls). They cane also be sauteed with ground meat or shrimps which is called Ginisang Toge (Sauteed Mung Bean Sprouts) in the Philippines
Toge which also spelled Togue is a Filipino term meaning "mung bean sprouts"
Talong is a Filipino word for Eggplant. Talong is one of the kinds/varieties of vegetables (Gulay) in the Philippines. There are several kinds available in the Country which Ive already seen, not only the violet ones, but rarely found in the wet markets, the green and rounded and the long and green.
In an African shop in Germany, I saw a yellow variety, but what is always available, specially in Turkish and Moroccan Food Shops and in most local groceries/ shops are the big and oval or oblong.