I’m such a craver for seafood. Before, I used to have allergies to crustaceans specifically crabs and shrimps. After I was admitted to the hospital, after suffering from severe allergic reactions due to crabs, I was advised to acclimate myself from those food since I love to have a plateful of it. That time I experienced severe loss bowel movement which even resulted to dehydration and an overall redness and itchiness of my skin. I was immediately rushed to the emergency room and was given appropriate medications.
But now, I am happily enjoying every single drop of sauce a piece of shrimp temptingly produces. Yes, I do not have any allergic attacks after more than five years of shaping my immune system to those food.
In fact, just very recently, I actually has had shared this already in my other blog, that we spent the Holy Thursday at the beach and the family prepared grilled fresh shrimps and fish for our lunch. It was a sumptuous meal, as usual and always, when a plateful of shrimps or any seafood is served. Isn’t it?
The image above is still mine, but I first posted it in my other blog where I published about our Holy Thursday spent by the beach with those really appetizing served seafood.
Moreover, talking more about seafood, I have encountered no hard time looking for fresh seafood here in Davao City because one can easily find it. Unlike when I was still in Metro Manila, the freshest of freshest seafood there costs me almost 500.00 Php per kilo (that is more than $11 USD) but here, it is only around 200-220 Php per kilo ($3-4 USD). Believe it or not, I even sported for fresh seafood online that is just cheap and affordable when I was there in the metro. Good enough the family moved in here so to at least, we can savor every fresh and affordable food and goodies compared to living in the metro.