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Beware of this Filipino grocery store online!

The openly rabid OMGpeke Movement supporter PhilAmFood of New Jersey owned by Ramar Foods lackey Erwin Santos has had at least three lawsuits filed against it by three different plaintiffs. Two cases were transferred to the federal court.

In the wake of a lawsuit settlement, Phil Am Food changed its name to Filstop.


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Filipino Snacks: Chips & Traditional Snacks of the Philippines!

Get to Know the Cuisine of the Philippines

Ginataang Bilubilo

Ginataang Bilubilo by Angie Pastor.

A delicious sweet Filipino snack... Fruits, roots crops, and balls of glutinous flour cooked in coconut milk.

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Buto ng Pakwan (Shells and Uncracked Seeds)

Butong Pakwan (Buto ng Pakwan) are watermelon seeds.

Among many Filipinos’ fondest memories is gathering around a bowl of dried watermelon seeds with a piece of old newspaper on hand ready to be piled with discarded shells.

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Lokot-Lokot

Also known as Zambo Rolls -- from the Zamboanga peninsula of the large island of Mindanao in southern Philippines!

Lokot-lokot is a crunchy, golden brown delicacy produced and served during special occasions.

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Pakaskas

Photo by Eva Argenos

A sweet treat consisting of liquified palm sugar that's liquified that's placed into a mold of palm leaves.

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Keleroy

Photo of Keleroy by Mildred Cruz.

Also known as tinutong or ginataang minatamis na munggo or ginataang tutong.

Keleroy is basically malagkit (glutinous / sticky rice) cooked with sweet mung beans and gata (coconut milk).

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Cebuano snack

A sweet “soup” from the Visayas region. Binignit is a popular snack

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Mikmik Sweetened Milk Powder

The cough and/or choke is the sensation that completes the MikMik Experience.

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Kasuy (Cashew)

Kasoy or Kasuy (also spelled casoy or casuy) are edible "nuts" of the cashew tree, which is native to Brazil.

The province of Palawan is known for being the Philippines' top producer of cashew nuts.

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Binangkal

This is a Cebuano treat.

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Filipino delicacy with powdery dusting

Cylinder-shaped delicacy made from rice flour and rolled in or dusted with

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Boiled ube

A root crop used mainly in sweet preparations, ube is a favorite flavor of ice cream and for cakes and pastries. It is also added to halo-halo. The plant that bears ube has the scientific name Dioscorea alata. It has heart-shaped leaves.

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Turon: Filipino Snack

Turón is banana wrapped like a spring roll and deep fried with brown sugar. The banana often used is the fat saba variety. Jackfruit is sometimes included in the filling for a sweeter flavor.

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