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Kalamay from San Miguel, Bulacan

This is the first time that i've seen and eaten kalamay in sauce. Also, I haven't been fond of kalamay or any kakanin with "latik" since I don't like the smell and taste of it. But this one's different. The latik is chewy and doesn't taste "malansa" nor does it smell like burnt coconut. As for the kalamay, I'm guessing it passed several times in a cheesecloth or maybe a sifter(?) because its consistency is very, very smooth.

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