We already know that the best way to get to know the culture of the people when you’re on foreign land is to get a taste of their street food. Simply put, when you choose to eat street food instead of dishes from a fancy restaurant, you get a taste of authentic local cuisine. On top of that, you get to support small businesses.
Filipino Street Food: A Taste of Authenticity
If you’re a non-Filipino living in the Philippines or if you’re planning to visit the Philippines soon, these Filipino street delicacies are definitely a must-try. Aside from being cheap, these will give you a taste of authentic Filipino snacks.
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Ah yes, the popular balut. What better way to start off this list than with balut—the underdeveloped fertilzed duck egg. All over the world, well-known personalities have at least one video of trying this delicacy. Not everyone might get it, but it is definitely worth a try.
And if it’s your first time, do not worry. We’ve got you covered. Here’s how to eat balut: Sprinkle some salt into it, drink the hot soup, and eat the remaining parts of the egg with vinegar.