Monday, 25 July 2022

Do You Like Boba Bubble in Your Drink? - Part 1 – Food 20

In this small town, Baton Rouge, LA, at least 16 bubble tea shops that I can choose to get a cup of beverages with chewy texture pearls of tapioca starch.



Image 1- Black pearl tapioca bubbles in the Matcha tea.

In spans of three years, this kind of pearls be a favorite “jewel” in here, especially among teenagers and young adults who are still energetic and/or love something new.

Actually, the pearls are lack of nutrients and the taste is bland; so to make a little flavor there is some sweet or fat are added that contribute to high calories in the bubbles. 



Image 2- Flower, just for illustration



Image 3- The bubbles or boba sit on the bottom.

No wonder, when someone on dieting or weigh watching said boba is just “Yikes”.

The pearls or bobas are made from tapioca starch. Tapioca is also known as cassava or yuca. The starch is from the flesh of root with white or white-yellowish color.

Moreover, Tapioca is staple foods for many in the tropical countries. Higher calories, but lower in term of:

- protein, minerals and vitamins

# To be continued to Part 2

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18 comments:

  1. Hace tiempo que no consumo tapioca, pero me encantaba añadirla a algunos platos. Abrazos.

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  2. Olá amiga.
    Mais umas excelentes dicas aqui nos trazes
    Parabéns.

    Votos de uma excelente semana.
    Beijinhos.

    Mário Margaride

    http://poesiaaquiesta.blogspot.com

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      Do You Like Boba Bubble in Your Drink? - Part 1 – Food 20
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      Image 1- Black pearl tapioca bubbles in the Matcha tea.

      In spans of three years, this kind of pearls be a favorite “jewel” in here, especially among teenagers and young adults who are still energetic and/or love something new.

      Actually, the pearls are lack of nutrients and the taste is bland; so to make a little flavor there is some sweet or fat are added that contribute to high calories in the bubbles.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Do You Like Boba Bubble in Your Drink? - Part 1 – Food 20
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      Image 3- The bubbles or boba sit on the bottom.

      No wonder, when someone on dieting or weigh watching said boba is just “Yikes”.

      The pearls or bobas are made from tapioca starch. Tapioca is also known as cassava or yuca. The starch is from the flesh of root with white or white-yellowish color.

      Moreover, Tapioca is staple foods for many in the tropical countries. Higher calories, but lower in term of:
      - protein, minerals and vitamins

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:
      - Do You Know Ghost Orchids? - Part 1 – Nature 14
      - Organic Vs Natural Foods – Part 4 – Food 9
      - Do You Know Ghost Orchids? - Part 2 – Nature 14
      - Can Texting Make You Shopping More and Fat? - Part 1 - Healthy Life 17

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Do You Like Boba Bubble in Your Drink? - Part 1 – Food 20
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      In this small town, Baton Rouge, LA, at least 16 bubble tea shops that I can choose to get a cup of beverages with chewy texture pearls of tapioca starch.

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  5. No tengo ni pajolera idea de ese alimento ... Pero ya sé algo más . Un besote .

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Do You Like Boba Bubble in Your Drink? - Part 1 – Food 20
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      Image 1- Black pearl tapioca bubbles in the Matcha tea.

      In spans of three years, this kind of pearls be a favorite “jewel” in here, especially among teenagers and young adults who are still energetic and/or love something new.

      Actually, the pearls are lack of nutrients and the taste is bland; so to make a little flavor there is some sweet or fat are added that contribute to high calories in the bubbles.

      Delete
  6. I don't know if I would drink such tea.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Do You Like Boba Bubble in Your Drink? - Part 1 – Food 20
      -
      Image 3- The bubbles or boba sit on the bottom.

      No wonder, when someone on dieting or weigh watching said boba is just “Yikes”.

      The pearls or bobas are made from tapioca starch. Tapioca is also known as cassava or yuca. The starch is from the flesh of root with white or white-yellowish color.

      Moreover, Tapioca is staple foods for many in the tropical countries. Higher calories, but lower in term of:
      - protein, minerals and vitamins

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:
      - Do You Know Ghost Orchids? - Part 1 – Nature 14
      - Organic Vs Natural Foods – Part 4 – Food 9
      - Do You Know Ghost Orchids? - Part 2 – Nature 14
      - Can Texting Make You Shopping More and Fat? - Part 1 - Healthy Life 17

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  7. No bebo té, ni café, ni bebidas calientes... ni sopas, ni nada por el estilo.

    Saludos.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Do You Like Boba Bubble in Your Drink? - Part 1 – Food 20
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      In this small town, Baton Rouge, LA, at least 16 bubble tea shops that I can choose to get a cup of beverages with chewy texture pearls of tapioca starch.

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Do You Like Boba Bubble in Your Drink? - Part 1 – Food 20
      -
      Image 1- Black pearl tapioca bubbles in the Matcha tea.

      In spans of three years, this kind of pearls be a favorite “jewel” in here, especially among teenagers and young adults who are still energetic and/or love something new.

      Actually, the pearls are lack of nutrients and the taste is bland; so to make a little flavor there is some sweet or fat are added that contribute to high calories in the bubbles.

      Delete
  9. I've been opting for what's natural for a long time...

    Thank you for your good holiday wishes, Today, I invite you to collaborate in my celebration of Friendship. My hug.
    ~~~

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      Do You Like Boba Bubble in Your Drink? - Part 1 – Food 20
      -
      Image 3- The bubbles or boba sit on the bottom.

      No wonder, when someone on dieting or weigh watching said boba is just “Yikes”.

      The pearls or bobas are made from tapioca starch. Tapioca is also known as cassava or yuca. The starch is from the flesh of root with white or white-yellowish color.

      Moreover, Tapioca is staple foods for many in the tropical countries. Higher calories, but lower in term of:
      - protein, minerals and vitamins

      # To be continued to Part 2

      ## Previous postings:
      - Do You Know Ghost Orchids? - Part 1 – Nature 14
      - Organic Vs Natural Foods – Part 4 – Food 9
      - Do You Know Ghost Orchids? - Part 2 – Nature 14
      - Can Texting Make You Shopping More and Fat? - Part 1 - Healthy Life 17

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