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August 9, 2015

Healthier Tuna Sandwich

My daughter and her group had a project in Developmental Reading that required them to shoot a video about instructions. Julia messaged me just 2 hours prior to their project. Tuna sandwich is the easiest to prepare when  I'm not in the mood to cook so this is what taught them to do.

Aside from it's easy to prepare, it is a Healthier Tuna Sandwich because of malunggay and carrots. 

John and I had fun helping the kids do their project. Happy viewing!


14 comments:

  1. Good job kids!!!! I bet that tuna is really yummy!

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  2. Hmm, malunggay and carrots, nice idea!

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  3. Perfect timing, we're eating tuna sandwiches now! I like adding lettuce to mine. :)

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  4. wow tuna my fave! thanks for the new ideas!

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  5. I love tuna and your recipe just made it healthier. I have not tried mine with malungay. Will do that next time a make one.

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  6. Wow, adding malunggay to it makes it super healthy nga! Now, why hadn't I thought of that before? Hehe Thanks for sharing! :)

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  8. Haha natawa ako sa ayaw ma slice.. I think dapat cguro after the lettuce, add ulit ng kunting tuna spread para dumikit yung bread. Tingin ko lang. hehe Good job, guys, for this healthy snack! :)

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  9. good job kids :) ma-try nga with carrots and malunggay :)

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  10. I remember my mom used to make tuna sandwich for our baon. I love your healthy twist to it :)

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  11. It's good to know that the schools nowadays are keeping up with the advancing of technology and the internet in educating their students.

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  12. Good job! I think it's sweet that you decided to also share your daughter's work. ^^

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  13. i love tuna and it sure will be much healthier with carrots and malunggay around!

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