Leni Robredo Appears On Mimiyuuuh’s Vlog, Shares “Essential Lugaw” Recipe

Vice President Leni Robredo recently appeared on Mimiyuuuh’s latest vlog.

LENI ROBREDO — The incumbent Vice President took a break from preparing for her presidential run in the 2022 elections as she recently appeared on vlogger Mimiyuuuh’s latest vlog.

In the said vlog, Robredo shared tips on how to cook “essential lugaw” and some life skills for Gen Z to power through the pandemic as well.

Leni Robredo and Mimiyuuuh
Photo: Mimiyuuuh / YouTube

According to Robredo, she and her three daughters were fans of Mimiyuuuh, who was proud of her humble roots and provided for her family despite being an endorser for big brands and amassing 4.2 million YouTube subscribers.

Told by the vlogger that she’s feeling the onset of a quarter-life crisis turning 25 this November, the Vice President said that such feelings were “normal”.

Hindi manggagaling sa labas yung solusyon, manggagaling sa sarili nila,” Robredo told Mimiyuuuh.

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Mimiyuuuh also threw Boy Abunda’s viral Binibining Pilipinas question “When is it okay to not be okay?“, to which the Vice President responded that life’s like a “rollercoaster” — “May good days, may bad days. Laging assurance, pag may bad days, hindi habambuhay ganun.

Robredo was also asked for her advice on how to find a partner amidst the pandemic. She told Mimiyuuuh “Don’t seek it“.

When asked how did she controlled the use of credit card, Robredo said not to use credit card to shop.

The Vice President was also asked about dealing with fake news. According to her, she used to ignore propaganda online until she realized that lies left uncontested were seen as truths.

Hindi mo siya papatulan pero at least, magbigay ka ng opposition para malaman na hindi totoo,” Robredo said.

What was Leni Robredo’s secret to her “essential lugaw”?

  • Sauté the onions before adding the garlic in order to avoid it getting burnt.
  • Brown the chicken pieces in the sauté pan for more depth in flavor.
  • Use both sticky and regular rice for a thick porridge.
  • Adjust to your taste with calamansi and patis (fish sauce).

You can watch the full video above or through this link.

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