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john legado
john legado
6 years ago

i just got 1 chance to taste kinilaw with tabontabon, ang luckily i currently have plenty of seedlings to be planted in my farm. thsnks to my friend from cagayan de oro for sending seeds.

manuel simo
manuel simo
6 years ago
Reply to  john legado

john legado: can you email me about how to get seeds thanks.

john legado
john legado
6 years ago
Reply to  manuel simo

I will try to connect with my friend in cagayan de oro, since all seedlings I have had been planted already

Jarvy
Jarvy
4 years ago
Reply to  john legado

Plz ask if u need to remove d outer hard shell b4 planting it.

Mike del Mundo
Mike del Mundo
1 year ago
Reply to  Jarvy

Hello.
I have been using tabon tabon couoled with kaffir lime fruit or suha and it is really a great fusion of flavors. The fruit itswlf is the seed and the ideal way to store it if not foe immediate use ia to bury it ahallow in aoil to keep the seed moist. If you habe no use for it, it will become a seedling.
I have not tried using the seedling root for the kilaw.

FYI.