More filipino food for you ladies and gentlemem.

This here is a favorite combination of “pinoys” everywhere. They’re green mangoes and what we call “bagoong”. It’s basically fishpaste. But of course, being filipinos, we make a wide variety of it. We have spicy ones, sweet ones, etc. And i think we make ones from tiny shrimps, too. The green mangoes are just sour unripe mangoes. The saltiness of the “bagoong” neutralizes the sour taste. It is sometimes used to substitute salt.

It has a fishy smell to it and most people don’t like it, especially those who aren’t used to it.

More filipino food for you ladies and gentlemem.

This here is a favorite combination of “pinoys” everywhere. They’re green mangoes and what we call “bagoong”. It’s basically fishpaste. But of course, being filipinos, we make a wide variety of it. We have spicy ones, sweet ones, etc. And i think we make ones from tiny shrimps, too. The green mangoes are just sour unripe mangoes. The saltiness of the “bagoong” neutralizes the sour taste. It is sometimes used to substitute salt.

It has a fishy smell to it and most people don’t like it, especially those who aren’t used to it.

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