Tag Archives: dried fish

Bulad

Bulad (dried salted fish) of superior quality is plentifulĀ in Zamboanga City public market. Fried bulad with warm rice as accompaniment is best eaten mano mano (hand as utensil). Moreover, think of bulad as fish bacon.

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Lapu lapu

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Dried squid and isda sa bato (that green one)

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Danggit

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Muslim Women Vendors

Muslim women sellers in Tamu Kianggeh, Bandar Seri Begawan.

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Lady selling palm fronds for packaging food such as ketupat

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Lady selling vegetables such as cassava leaves which is the primary ingredient of pucuk ubi, their version of ginataang gulay and it was very savory

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Lady selling an assortment of edibles such as kuih cincin and non-edibles such as barut, a cloth bandage to treat abdominal ailments by wrapping around the abdominal area smeared with herbal medicine

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Lady selling dried fish fry and dried shrimp fry

Old Market at Siem Reap

Market stuff that took my notice such as grains, eating tables, dried or smoked fish, sausages and fermented stuff.
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Abo Dried Fish

I grew up eating fried fresh abo in Bacolod but in Camarines Sur salted dried abo is quite common.

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Abo tuyo at 140 pesos a kilo

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One of the many tuyo tables in Sipocot palengke

Dried Fish Arrangement

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