I never thought I could blog about food; I mean I can do food blogging.
I only started with one blog, that was almost 5 years ago, my personal blog. It was yet a free-hosted blog, free domain but later on, I realized I wanted to have my blog a brand. I wanted to have a signature that is just for my blog alone. So I decided to buy my own domain, a very unique one which I believe that whoever encounters such domain could only point no one but only me.
But last year, I started adding new blogs with different topics. One of them is this food blog of mine, Oh Gosh Gulay. This is a self-hosted WordPress food blog. At first, I have hard time learning WordPress but with the availability of tutorials online like the how to blog tips and tricks from AlreadyHosting.com, WordPress blogging made me easy then.
Yes! For a year now of blogging with using the WordPress platform, though I cannot say that I am already an expert on this, but at least, my knowledge in blogging using WordPress is already advanced.
Now, I am only left with one problem. I still do not know how to make my photos of foods presentable to look at. Take a look at my image above, that is a sugar-coated deep-fried banana I ate yesterday. What do you think of that?
Saging or Banana is a herbaceous plant which produces fruit. It belongs to the genus Musa and having different edible species like Musa acuminata and Musa balbisiana. It grows from 10 to 26 feet.
Saging or Banana is good source of potassium. In fact this fruit has been very loved and mostly picked by sports-minded people. Its potassium content also helps reduce risks of having cardiovascular problems. Bananas also has helped lower gastric ulcer diseases through its milk secretions which helps suppress acid secretions in the stomach.
Banana also has high contents of pectin. Pectin is a soluble fiber, also called a hydrocolloid, that helps proper digestion and movement of the gastrointestinal tract or digestive system.
Saging or Banana is also a very good source of vitamin B6 and a good source of vitamin C, dietary fibers and manganese.