SECRET COCONUT FOOD – Philippines Beach Land Life In Davao – LOCAL FILIPINO SNACK

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This could be one of the most local snacks you can find here in the Philippines! As the coconut ages, a spongey white substance known as “Buwa” grows inside of it. Eventually this turns into a sprout which grows into a coconut tree if planted. Here in the Philippines, this is a very local, and very popular snack! My friends told me they would even fight over it when kids!

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Brian Camby says:

Dol gigutom ko sa inyo food.

James Sacramento says:

That lobsters so sad it's a breeder and they did not release it out.

THE SANDBOX SHOW akasands says:

Those kopas (spelling?) looked scary…..

Rose Tsuboi says:

Kulas ,gamay nga buwa lami tam_is ug crunscy…dako nga buwa tab_ang dili sweet…hehe

mary marie estalani says:

Lodi kulas…balik Ka namn SA Isla poo…😘😘

Seth Aque says:

That is a sprouted coconut.

Patience Abraham says:

Oh! Yeah try it you like it. I did and yet I live in Hawaii ( when I was younger then ) Easy to peel the skin off the coconut
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Blue Marshall says:

Coconut tumbong. 😆 yes the smallet ones are tastier.

joaquin villacera says:

It's Pitik or hanlilitik in Northern Mindanao. You can cook it like a regular lobster. But the best way to cook it is have it opened with a knife running from the neck thru the thorax then remove the meat and set aside the its head and shell. Cook the meat ala Hot Chili Shrimp then in goes the shell and the head. Garnish with scallion/green onion s

Connie Manginsay says:

Balud means waves

arleen rosalito says:

The smaller one buwa it's like sugary taste..

Bjay Bee says:

Manoy kulas pwede japon na nimo tawagon ug "botbot" ng buwa sa lubi another tawag na niya. 😄

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Jesrenaem Nosreme says:

That sea-creature is the cockrockes of the sea. Yes, look like alien. I used to watch Star Trek episodes, and they used that thing in the show as alien items. Like the bittermelon or ampalaya.

Fred Vinca says:

Boa is the '"cotyledon" of the coconut.

Fred Vinca says:

If there is a sprout, then there will be boa….

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