WALANG PINIPILING PAGIBIG ANG PINIPIG. A group of farmer wives from San Leonardo, Nueva Ecija got together last night and made FRESH PINIPIG. For those of you who don’t know what you are looking at, this is Pinipig. It’s immature glutinous rice that has been pounded into soft flakes. If you’ve had the Magnolia Pinipig Crunch at some point in your life, this is the stuff that goes “crunch”. For those of you who grew up with this stuff but cannot find it anywhere anymore, this is the stuff of childhood memories. In all likelihood, you would know two ways to enjoy this: BINUSA AND PUFFED. Binusa is simply dry toasting in a pan, no oil. When it’s done, find the nearest halo-halo and scoop it in there liberally. Puffed is adding oil and frying it like Kropek. You’ll need a salad that needs to be done justice, a Buko pandan or melted chocolate. I am sure that being the culinary geniuses that you are, you can find even more innovative ways to use this. Freshly made, straight from the source, no preservatives, clean and fresh-tasting. This will be a most delicious taste of childhood for those members lucky enough to bag some Pinipig. 23 kilos available.
SNAP BUY: FRESH PINIPIG. We are looking for a few Rural Rising members to buy Fresh Pinipig from San Leonardo, Nueva Ecija, and pay only P499 for 1 full kilo.
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