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Philippine Cuisine: Sago’t Gulaman

Summer is near and the humid temperature enters slowly like a creeping samurai on the loose. In a tropical county like the Philippines, the climate makes everyone sweat. That is why Philippines is well-liked by foreign visitors during the summertime.

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Philippine Cuisine: Durian Candy

Be mesmerized by its sweetness — a taste you could never imagine and an invention to dominate your taste buds. A candy for all the ages… durian candy. Philippine Cuisine has now seen the greatness of durian candy. Its sweetness

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Philippine Cuisine Evolution

As we all know, Philippines was once conquered by different nations with each regime greatly affecting the tradition, culture and exposure of the whole nation. The occurrence of different civilizations in the country has also led to evolution – it’s

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Philippine Cuisine: Lumpiang Shanghai

Lumpia has now become a very popular food in the Philippines. It was originally called lunpia, which was derived from Hokkien. Lunpia was also an alternative name for popiah — a Chinese pastry brought to the Philippines. There are many

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Philippine Cuisine: Healthy Dishes with Mangosteen

The tropical fruit ‘mangosteen’ used to be unheard of in the past. Today however, this native fruit of Southeast Asia, which has great nutritional value, has become popular worldwide.  With its reddish purple color, mangosteen is touted for its antioxidants,

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Philippine Cuisine: Delightful Biko

Biko is popularly known as a Filipino rice cake made from sticky rice (locally known as malagkit), brown sugar and coconut milk. Just like other cakes, Biko is referred to as a kakanin – originated from the word ‘kanin’ that

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Philippine Cuisine: Isaw Love

No one can exactly pinpoint how and where in the Philippines the street food phenomenon started but it’s a fact that this occurrence has invaded the entire country like a plague. In fact, Manila was named by CNN as one

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Philippine Cuisine: Pancit Canton

Most Asian delicacies are either served with rice or noodles which is said to bring longer life for the person who eats it. These long strands of pasta sticks boiled until it’s soft is one of the main ingredients for

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Mindanao’s Pride: Pomelo Salad

Have you ever seen a pomelo? Have you tasted this nutritious fruit, which is the largest member of the citrus family?  Some say it tastes a lot like grapefruit, but with less bitterness. Said to be a grapefruit ancestor, a

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Sinigang na Buntot ng Tuna (Sour Tuna Tail Stew)

One of the widely available fish in the market, the Tuna is the most loved and eaten variety all around the world. Aside from the common yellow fin variety, it also has different varieties to choose from. With each variant,

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Adobong Balut (Fertilized Duck Egg Adobo)

Every country has their own unique and exotic delicacy enjoyed by their local populace. Sadly, most foreign visitors are disgusted and unimpressed by local delicacies. Once tasted, they will surely loath and regret trying it. Indeed, what may be gross

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