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Because of the abundance of santol (cotton fruit) in the province, the locals made a dish out of it and called it sinantol or ginataang santol. It is made from shredded santol, coconut milk, and with either fish or pork and of course, the Bicolanos’ favourite ingredient, sili.
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A popular dish in the province, tinumok is a dish made of shrimp and chopped coconut meat, wrapped in taro leaves and then stewed in coconut milk. Best paired with hot cup of rice, tinumok is a must-try delicacy when in Bicolandia.
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A popular cuisine in Bicol Region is the savory kinunot. It is cooked with either flaked fish (kinunot na isda), stingray (kinunot na pagi) or shark (kinunot na pating), with moringa leaves, chili peppers and coconut milk. It is usually sold in restaurants and eateries near the fishing ports.
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The whole Bicolandia is synonymous with pili tree that bears pili nuts, a kind of nut with rich, buttery taste. Pili nuts were made into assorted dishes and desserts in the province; one of the most liked pili desserts is the pili roll from CamNorte. It is a soft, rolled cake with filling of milk and chopped pili nuts.
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