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Thursday, July 5, 2012

Seafoods

One thing that I splurge when I visit Philippines is to eat fresh sea foods, not just fish but also sea weeds! In my home city we have plenty of sea weeds that are fresh you don't have to be afraid of a red tide, lol! Here are the examples...

                                   We call this as LUKOT. What about in your province what you call this?

                                                               This one we call as GUSO.

                                                               Linking to FOOD FRIDAY



6 comments:

Luna Miranda said...

i wonder if guso is the same as lato that i've eaten in Cebu. the seaweeds i have seen in Negros when i was a kid looked like buhok ng mais, we call it gulaman.:p

i have not seen lukot before.

imriz said...

i guess being landlocked (our province, nueva ecija) made me too naive about seafoods. my bad:)

joy said...

I don't know kung ano tawag dyan. lumaki kasi ako halos Manila at la naman don fresh na seaweeds. Anyway, we were Palawan I believe three years ago and nag ordered ang daughter ko ng fresh seaweeds salat and my, napakasarap. I want to eat again if I will have the chance. yOu are lucky na marami dyan sa lugar nyo sa philippines.

Oggi said...

I love seaweed, the lato I had in Cebu. I've never had them since. When I go to Manila I will surely eat all the seaweed I can.:)

maiylah said...

the names are familiar (i think that that's what we call them over at the province, too)...the one that we usually buy are lato and just drizzle them with a bit of calamansi. :)
would love to try the other seaweeds when i can! :)

thanks so much for sharing and linking over at Food Friday, Manang Kim
so sorry for the late visit...

iska said...

I haven't tried that before but I'm game! Back home, I only know of ar-arusip seaweed - Ilocano :-)

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