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Philippines' Stone Noodles
These Stone Noodles, also known as "Pancit Bato", is only found in Bicol Region in the Philippines specifically in a town named Bato, Camarines Sur where it got its name and where these special noodles came from. In Filipino language, "bato" is translated as "stone" and "pancit" is "noodles".
Pancit Bato is one of the most delicious Bicolano dishes. Of all 29 kinds of pancit in the Philippines, Pancit Bato is a special one. It's rich in carbohydrates, protein, vitamins and minerals as these flat noodles can be mixed with chicken, pork, or shrimp and green leafy vegetables as well. Its mouth-watering taste makes it best eaten with Filipino's favorite morning bread, a hot "pandesal".
If you ever come to the Philippines especially in Bicol Region, don't forget to have a taste of these Stone Noodles.
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