Tahô is a Philippine snack food made of fresh soft/silken tofu, arnibal (brown sugar and vanilla syrup), and pearl sago (similar to pearl tapioca). ~Wikipedia
Eating taho, with tapioca and sweet syrup, every morning is a healthy way to start the day. A decade ago, taho is usually sold by a roaming taho vendor early in the morning. A few years back, taho was made available all throughout the day by the same Mamang magtataho. Thanks to the bright mind of some people, cold taho is now available in select stores.
I grew up eating warm taho but I like the cold version more. Ever since we discovered cold taho in a vegetarian restaurant/store, sold cheaper there than in my son’s school, we buy a week’s supply whenever we pass by the place. It doesn’t have tapioca but the healthy, yummy goodness is still the same.
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