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Backpacking, independent travel, and flashpacking are cheaper than the "cheapest package tours" and promotional offers around but you can also use travel information for family vacations, even romantic honeymoon destinations.
More than the usual tourist spots and "places to see," this blog advocates heritage conservation, environmental protection, and history awareness for Filipinos, foreigners, and ex-pats wishing to explore Paradise Philippines and Exotic Asia!
Puto, recipe whose main ingredient is rice (what else) and sugar and cooked by steaming, has many variants including the simple puto calasiao (pangasinan), puto polo (of valenzuela), puto binan (laguna) and the puto of marikina (origin related to polo).
Puto Manapla though is quite similar to the sayongsong of Surigao where the aroma and flavor of banana leaves is evident.
Puto Manapla of Negros Occidental:
question: why is puto and dinuguan always paired together?