Salty Accompaniment

A couple of condiment samples I have at home from an unknown number of condiment variations in the country.

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Batitis (shellfish meat in brine) sold in Tanduay bottle known as lapad

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Fish fermented in large clay jars as you can see from the logo of this popular Lingayen brand

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Salty sawsawan duo for an appetizing meal. Batitis on the left, bagoong on the right

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2 responses to “Salty Accompaniment

  1. LFFL September 29, 2013 at 1:48 pm

    That’s interesting. I’ve never seen those before.

  2. makadto September 29, 2013 at 4:39 pm

    Quite a lot of localized variations out there. Batitis came from Negros Occidental province where oysters in brine is also common.

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