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    Tortilla Press

    I brought one with me from the states....I only make corn tortillas, haven't even tried flour tortillas, guess I need to do that, I think the problem with the press is that it would flatten the flour tortilla too thin, but maybe you can play around with it. Yes, the press is very handy!!

     
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    That is a very interesting video! Thank you for sharing.
    But technically, what is the difference between a tortilla and a pancake? Looks the same to me. I will try to make some pancakes but with corn flour and try to cook it the tortilla way and see if I get the same result.

    (yes, have tasted real corn tortillas in Texas last april and may this year...)

    Wish me luck, amigos y amigas! :D:D
     
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    Josephen, Buena suerte :wink::wink: Amiga!


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    yeah every single day its on my mind, any of u guys know how i can stay longer in dumaguete like 2 years+ i only can stay 1 year before i overstay. what kind of visa>?
     
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    tortilla press

    Yeah, thanks for the video. I was thinking my press, and this one is the same one I have, would make too small of tortillas to actually use for the things I like to do with flour tortillas. These are really just a flatbread (to use as a bread) more than tortillas for burritos, unless you made very small ones.
    I still need to try my hand at flour tortillas, though!! Thanks again for the video!!
     
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    Married?

    :confused: Just a Question? Are you married? If so and to a Filipino, you can apply for a 13a Non Quota Visa and stay forever (Unless you are Naughty) If you are not married and have no intention to, then I guess Larry (Shadow) can Advise you.


    Check out this site, it will have all the information you will find useful;
    The Bureau of Immigration, Philippines Official Website - MAIN

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    im not married..yet..i am filipino so what else can i qualify for?
     
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